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Egor Bogatov

Egor Bogatov

Egor Bogatov is an associate professor of mathematics at Stary Oskol Technological Institute, a branch of the National Research University MISIS. He began using Mathematica in 1997, as a graduate student in the Department of Mathematical Analysis at Voronezh State University. For several years he taught a course called Basics of Mathematica for students majoring in applied mathematics at Stary Oskol Technological Institute. Later he taught a course called Mathematical Modeling, where students implemented projects in Mathematica. Since 2012 he has collaborated with Softline Group as a freelance trainer and Mathematica specialist. He has prepared two 32-hour training programs for conducting Mathematica seminars. In June 2013 he also held a seminar for specialists in financial analysis.

In early 2012, Bogatov drafted a proposal for the modernization of the education system in the Russian Federation. His proposal is based on the example of the Russian Belgorod region with integration of a multimedia intellectual knowledge base of computer algorithms and Wolfram|Alpha. He has shared his experience with Mathematica in education with specialists from technical universities at Russian conferences.

Organization:

Stary Oskol Technological Institute, MISIS, Russian Federation

Degrees:

Masters Degree in Mathematics, Voronezh State University
Doctoral candidate in Physico-Mathematical Sciences, Voronezh State University

Languages:

Russian, English

Interests:

Mathematical modeling, differential equations, financial mathematics, financial applications, Wolfram|Alpha for students, sports, literature