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Ovanes Petrosian

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Ph.D., Associate Professor of Department of Mathematical Modelling of Energetic Systems

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E-mail: petrosian.ovanes@yandex.ru

Academic degree and appointments

EDUCATION

2017  – PhD dissertation in applied mathematics, Saint-Petersburg State University (Dissertation theme: "Looking Forward Approach in Cooperative Differential Games")

2014 – 2017  – PhD student of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Control Processes, Saint-Petersburg State University (Supervisor: V.V. Zakharov)

2014 Honours degree as specialist in Mathematics, Saint-Petersburg State University (graduate work: "Non-antagonized command network game")

2009 – 2014 Student of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Control Processes, Saint-Petersburg State University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2018 – present Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Control Processes, Associate Professor

2015 – 2017 Siemens, Research and Development Department, Engineer-researcher (part time)

2015 – 2018 Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Control Processes, Assistant Professor

2014 – 2015 "Medical Information and Analytical Center"at the Committee on Healthcare of St. Petersburg, Data Analyst (part time)

2013 – 2014 Liquidity Department, Directorate of Treasury of the Bank "St. Petersburg Data Analyst (part time)

 

Teaching responsibilities

  1. Mathematical statistics (practice)

  2. Game theory and operations research (practice)

  3. Discrete and probabilistic models (lectures, seminars, practice)

  4. Logistics and inventory management (seminars)

  5. Development of online course "Mathematical game theory" in languages: 

 

Areas of research

Pure Research: Applied Research:
  • Control Problems and Differential Games with Continuous Updating
  • Inverse Control Problems with Continuous Updating
  • Cooperative Game Theory
  • Time Consistency
  • Applications of Game Theory
  • Machine Learning
  • Reinforcement Learning
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Graph Theory
  • Clustering Algorithms
  • RnD Projects
  • Project Management
  • Scrum

Scientific attainments

2018 - Head of development group for the online course "Mathematical Game Theory"based on the Coursera.org and Xuetangx.com platforms in the following languages: Russian, English, Chinese (first russian online course to be broadcasted in China).

2018 - Head of Russian Science Foundation grant No18-71-00081, "Development of methodological tools of the mathematical theory of sustainable agreements for the creation of digital intelligent contract formation systems, as a step towards artificial intelligence in this area per year budget: 1.500.000 rubles.

2017 -  Head of StartUp group for development of mobile App "LifeCatch"(cross- platform solution for automation of photo processing, photo visualization and album creation). Role in the project: Head of the group of 5 developers and designers,developer of mathematical algorithm. (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mycompany.travellante)

2017 - Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet), American Mathematical Society (AMS)

2016 - The Russian Presidential Scholarship for PhD students 2016/2017 (10 winners per year in Russia)

2015 - Member of the International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG)

2015 - The Russian Government Scholarship for PhD students 2015/2016

2013 - Member of the New Economic Association (NEA), Russia

2011 - 2014 Increased State Academic Scholarship, Russia

Conferences

  • Control Processes and Stability, Saint-Petersburg (2012)
  • Control Processes and Stability, Saint-Petersburg (2013)
  • Game Theory and Management, Saint-Petersburg (2013)
  • Second Russian Economic Congress, Suzdal (2013)
  • Game Theory and Management, Saint-Petersburg (2014)
  • SING11-GTM2015 European Meeting on Game Theory (2015)
  • Workshop on Game Theory and Social Choice, Budapest (2015)
  • Stability and Control Processes, Saint-Petersburg (2015)
  • Control Processes and Stability, Saint-Petersburg (2015)
  • Game Theory and Management, Saint-Petersburg (2016)
  • International Conference "Stability and Oscillations of Nonlinear Control Systems"(Pyatnitskiys Conference), Moskow (2016)
  • Constructive Nonsmooth Analysis and Related Topics (dedicated to the memory of V.F. Demyanov), Saint-Petersburg (2017)
  • 18th International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications, Grenoble (2018)
  • European Meeting on Game Theory, Bayreuth (2018)
  • International Meeting on Game Theory (ISDG-GTM2019), Saint-Petersburg (2019)
  • European Meeting on Game Theory (SING15),Turku (2019)
  • Mathematical Optimization Theory and Operations Research (MOTOR 2019), Ekaterinburg (2019)

Publications

  1. Methods of linear regression in the economic model of small demand (in Russian), Controlled process and Stability, p. 552-558. (2012)
  2. Methods of multiple regression in the problem with incomplete data (in Russian), Control processes and stability, p. 637-643. (2013)
  3. Formation of new structure of coalitions in voting games (in Russian), Game theory and Application, v. 5, N. 1, p. 61-73. (2013)
  4. Entering of the Newcomer in the Perturbed Voting Game, Contributions to Game Theory and Management. v. 6, p. 377-387. (2013)
  5. Multistage Game Model with Time-claiming Alternatives, Contributions to Game Theory and Management, v.8, p.252-267. (2014)
  6. Traffic Signal Control in Congested Road Network. Recent Advances in Mathematics, p.126-129 (2015)
  7. Formation of New Coalitional Structures in Voting Games, Automation and Remote control, v.5, N.1, p.61-73 (2015)
  8. On the game with perfect information with Time-claiming alternatives (in Russian), Game theory and Applications, p. 49-68. (2015)
  9. Non-zero sum game command game (in Russian), Control processes and stability, p. 683-689. (2015)
  10. V. Kornilov, O. Petrosian Realization of the ant algorithm for the traveling salesman problem in real time // Conference of Control processes and stability. 3. 665-669 (2016)
  11. Petrosian O. Looking Forward Approach in Cooperative Differential Games // International Game Theory Review. Vol. 18. No. 2. P. 1-14. (2016)
  12. Petrosian O., Gromova E. Control of information horizon for cooperative differential game of pollution control // 2016 International Conference Stability and Oscillations of Nonlinear Control Systems (Pyatnitskiy's Conference). (2016)
  13. Petrosian O., Gromova E., Pogozhev S. Strongly dynamically stable subset of the core in cooperative differential games with prescribed duration / / Mathematical game theory and its applications. Vol. 8. № 4. pp. 79-106. (in Russian) (2016)
  14. Petrosian O. Solution with information discrimination in cooperative differential games with infinite duration / / Vestnik of St. Petersburg University. Series 10. Applied mathematics. Informatics. Control process. № 4. pp. 18-30. (in Russian)  (2016)
  15. Petrosian O., Barabanov А. Е. Looking Forward Approach in Cooperative Differential Games with Uncertain Stochastic Dynamics // Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications. Vol. 172. No. 1. P. 328-347. doi (2017)
  16. Petrosian O., Nastych M., Volf D. Differential Game of Oil Market with Moving Informational Horizon and Non–Transferable Utility, in: 2017 Constructive Nonsmooth Analysis and Related Topics (Dedicated to the Memory of V.F. Demyanov), CNSA 2017 - Proceedings. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. Ch. 78. P. 251-254. doi (2017)
  17. Petrosian O. On a game with perfect information and time-claiming alternatives // Automation and Remote Control. Vol. 78. No. 9. P. 1693-1708. (2017)
  18. Petrosian O., Yeung D. Infinite Horizon Dynamic Games: A New Approach via Information Updating. International Game Theory Review. 2017. Vol. 19. N. 4. p. 1–23. (2017)
  19. Petrosian O., Gromova E., Pogozhev S. Strong Time-Consistent Subset of the Core in Cooperative Differential Games with Finite Time Horizon, Automation and Remote Control. 2018. Vol. 79. N. 10. p. 1912–1928. (2018)
  20. Petrosian O., Nastych M., Volf D. Non-cooperative Differential Game Model of Oil Market with Looking Forward Approach. Frontiers of Dynamic Games. 2018. p. 189–202 (2018)
  21. Petrosian O., Gromova E. Cooperative Differential Games with Dynamic Updating. IFAC-PapersOnLine. 2018. Vol. 51. Issue 32. p. 413–417 (2018)
  22. Petrosian O., Tur A. Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations for Non-cooperative Differential Games with Continuous Updating. In: Bykadorov I., Strusevich V., Tchemisova T. (eds) Mathematical Optimization Theory and Operations Research. MOTOR 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1090. Springer, Cham (2019)
  23. Kuchkarov I., Petrosian O. On a Class of Linear Quadratic Non-cooperative Differential Games with Continuous Updating. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2019. Vol. 11548. p. 635–650. (2019)
  24. Petrosian O., Inga J., Kuchkarov I., Flad M., Hohmann S. Optimal Control and Inverse Optimal Control with Continuous Updating and Applications in Engeneering (to be published).(2020)

Grants

Head
Years Name
2018

Development of methodological tools for the mathematical theory of dynamically stable agreements for digital intellegent systems for formation of cooperation agreement as a step towards artificial intelligence in this field -18-71-00081

2013

Participation in the second Russian economic Congress (REC-2013), Suzdal, Vladimir oblasts, Russia, from 18 to 22 February 2013

Executor
Years Name
 
2017 
 

Improvement of the route network of public passenger transport in Omsk - 9.9.215.2017

 
2014
 

New constructive approaches in nonsmooth analysis and nondifferentiable optimization and their applications - 9.38.205.2014

 
2011
 

Development of the theory and constructive methods of nonsmooth analysis and their application to solving problems of mathematical modeling - 9.38.76.2011

Scholarships
Years Name
2016

Scholarship of the President of the Russian Federation to full-time postgraduate students by specialties or areas of training corresponding to priority areas modernization and technological development of the Russian economy, in organizations,  carrying out educational activities on the available state accreditation  educational programs of higher education, for 2016/2017 year (10 winners-graduate students in Russia in 2016).

2015

Scholarship of the government of the Russian Federation to full-time postgraduate students by specialties or areas of training corresponding to priority areas  modernization and technological development of the Russian economy, in organizations,  carrying out educational activities on the available state  ccreditation  educational programs of higher education, for 2015/2016 year.

Managerial and methodological work

  1. 2018 - Member of the organizing Committee of the conference "INTERNET SCIENCE - 2018" (INSCI’2018), October 24 to 26, 2018, St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia: http://internetscienceconference.eu/organization.html
  2. 2018 - Directs the development of an online course "Mathematical game theory" based on platforms Coursera.org and Xuetangx.com in the following languages:

    For undergraduate and graduate training in the following areas (in the format of USP):
    - 01.00.00 MATHEMATICS AND MECHANICS
    - 02.00.00 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
    - 09.00.00 INFORMATICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
    - 06.00.00 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    - 37.00.00 PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    - 38.00.00 ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
    - 41.00.00 POLITICAL SCIENCE AND REGIONAL STUDIES

  3. 2018 - Member of the working group of the solid-state direction " Telemedicine»
  4. 2017 - Member of the working group on interaction with employers
  5. 2017 - Member of the Council of young scientists of the faculty of Applied mathematics - management processes of St. Petersburg state University
  6. 2017 – the Creator of this system survey and feedback from the graduates of applied mathematics and control processes St. Petersburg state University for employment, internship, educational programs:  http://www.apmath.spbu.ru/ru/alumni/

Thesis topics

  1. Deep distributed reinforcement learning for modeling multi-agent systems based on alternative approaches to determining learning outcomes (Zou JinYing, PhD thesis, in process)
  2. A class of linear-quadratic differential games with continuous information update and engineering applications (Ildus Kuchkarov, PhD thesis, in process)
  3. Looking Forward Approach for Dynamic Marketing Game Model (EXCELLENT) (Shi Lihong, master`s thesis, 2018)
  4. About the continous updating in cooperative differential game (EXCELLENT) (Wang Zeyang, master`s thesis, 2019)
  5. Modified Deep Distributed Recurrent Q- network for Modeling Behavior of Agents in Applied Multi-agent Systems (EXCELLENT) (Zou JinYing, master`s thesis,  2019)
  6. Application of counterfactual gradient algorithm of group learning for modeling of conflict-controlled multi-agent systems (EXCELLENT) (Anatoliy Osipov, master`s thesis, 2019)
  7. Improved Multi-Agent Deep Deterministic Policy Gradient Method for Class of Applied Multi-Agent Systems Modeling Problems (EXCELLENT) (Stepan Valkov, master`s thesis, 2019)