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Leonid Andreevich Kalinichenko

Referee for: C.0, F.3.2, H.1, H.2.1
Institution: Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Institute for Problems of Informatics
Russian Academy of Sciences
Vavilov Street, 30/6
V-334 Moscow
Home Page: http://synthesis.ipi.ac.ru/synthesis/staff/lak/

Curriculum Vitae:

Leonid A. Kalinichenko received Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine, in 1968 and the degree of Doctor of Sciences from the Moscow State University in 1985.

He was a staff scientist at the Institute of Cybernetics of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (Kiev) until 1969. Since 1969 until 1985 he chaired the department of information systems at the Institute of Control Computers in Moscow. Since 1985 he is a chair of the department for the systems for knowledge integration at the Institute for Problems of Informatics of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Since 1977 he teaches at the Moscow State University (Computer science department). He became professor in 1990.

Currently, Leonid A. Kalinichenko leads the SYNTHESIS research project covering various aspects of semantically interoperable information systemsspecification and development.

L.A. Kalinichenko is a member of the ACM, the Chair of the Moscow ACM Sigmod Chapter, a Member of the Editorial Board of an International Journal "Distributed and Parallel Databases", Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Leonid A. Kalinichenko is the author of the book "Methods and tools for heterogeneous database integration" (Moscow, 1983), and a co-author of the four books : "SLANG - programming system for discrete event system simulation" (Kiev, 1969), "Computers with advanced interpretation systems" (Kiev, 1970), "Computer Networks (Moscow, 1977), "Database and Knowledge base Machines" (Moscow, 1990).

Main Research Interests:

  • interoperable heterogeneous information resource management
  • semantic interoperability
  • object models
  • information systems analysis and design
  • interoperation middleware architectures