|| Svetlana Dubinkina
|| 27 February 1982, Bratsk, Russia
|| Russian Federation
|| 2, Croix du Sud, B-1348, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
|| +32 10 47 9258
- Ph.D., 28 May 2010. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Faculty of Science. Title: Statistical mechanics and numerical modelling of geophysical fluid dynamics. Advisors: Prof.dr.ir. J.E. Frank, Prof.dr. J.G. Verwer.
- M.Sc., 30 June 2005. Novosibirsk State University, Russia. Faculty of Hydrodynamics. Title: Models of deformation of the film by thermocapillary forces. Advisor: Prof.dr. V.V. Pukhnachev. Grade: excellent (5 of 5).
- B.Sc., 25 June 2003. Novosibirsk State University, Russia. Faculty of Hydrodynamics. Title: Investigation of the boundary layers in problem of the motion of fluid between rotating disks. Advisor: Prof.dr. V.V. Pukhnachev. Grade: excellent (4.9 of 5).
|2010-to date||Université catholique de Louvain, Earth and Life Institute, Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium|
||Research Assistant (full-time job).|
|Published articles (5); participated in conferences (about 8).|
|Projects: The variability in climate models on decadal to centennial time scale. Data assimilation: particle filtering, Ensemble Kalman Filter.|
|2005-2010||Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.|
|Research Assistant (full-time job).|
|Published articles (3) and reports (3); participated in conferences (about 20).|
|Projects: The statistical mechanics of discretizations. Geometric numerical methods for geophysical fluid dynamics. Symplectic integration of atmospheric dynamics.|
||Lavrentiev Institute of Hydrodynamics, Novosibirsk, Russia.|
|Research Assistant (part-time job).|
|Published articles (1); participated in conferences (3).|
|Projects: Motion of fluids with free interface under weightlessness.|
Teaching Assistant for LPHY1114 Physique générale et éléments de mathématique 1 (Prof.dr. Delbar) at the Université catholique de Louvain.
Awards and Grants:
- Complimentary EGU Membership (2013).
- Rubicon program (2009) from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). 2 year funding for individual research. Grant title ”Practical numerical simulations of the climate”.
- The Young Scientist Travel Award (2009) from the European Geosciences Union, selected as a partially supported participant of the EGU General Assembly 2009, Vienna, Austria.
- The ASP Summer Colloquium ”Numerical Techniques for Global Atmospheric Models” (2008), selected as a partially supported participant, NCAR, Boulder, USA.
- International Scientific Student Conference (2005), second place for the best scientific achievements, Novosibirsk, Russia.
- Bachelor's (2003) end Master's (2005) diplomas with highest distinction.
Languages: Russian (native), English (fluent), French (advanced), Dutch (intermediate).
Computer: Extensive knowledge of numerical algorithms. Programming in C, Fortran, Matlab. Experience of working under both Microsoft Windows and Linux environment. Experienced user of LaTeX, Word, Power Point and Excel.