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Anatoly Alexandrov (engineer)

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Name  Anatoly Alexandrov
Fields  Applied Physics
Anatoly Alexandrovich Alexandrov
Born  Anatoly Alexandrovich Alexandrov April 7, 1951 (age 64) Iziaslav, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (1951-04-07)
Nationality  Soviet (until 1991) / Russian (since 1991)
Institutions  Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Doctoral advisor  Doctor of Technical Sciences (2006)
Alma mater  Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Institution  Bauman Moscow State Technical University

Anatoly Alexandrovich Alexandrov (Russian: Анато́лий Алекса́ндрович Алекса́ндров; born April 7, 1951, Izyaslav, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian scientist. Doctor of Technical Sciences. From April 7, 2010 the rector of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.



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Anatoly Alexandrov graduated from Bauman Moscow State Technical University (MSTU) in 1975. Several years after graduation he worked at MSTU as an engineer. In 1982 was promoted to Design Engineer, then Head of Logistics, then to the position of Deputy Director of Development and Studies, and later the Chief Engineer of the MSTU Experimental Plant.

Shortly after starting the postgraduate studies (in 1984), he switched to the Komsomol career and did not complete his Candidate of Sciences thesis.

In 1991 he was appointed as the Director of MSTU Experimental Plant. Since 2010 he became a member of the Skolkovo Foundation Council.

In 2004 he was awarded Candidate of Sciences degree, and two years later - a Doktor nauk degree.

In 2010 Anatoly Alexandrov was elected a Rector of MSTU.

Accusations of academic fraud

The analysis of Doctor Nauk thesis of Anatoly Alexandrov performed by Dissernet has demonstrated the presence of plagiarism and other forms of academic fraud.


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