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SPIN-RSCI: 5280-5187
ORCID: 0000-0003-3118-1644
ResearcherID: K-5940-2015
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F. T. Aleskerov
A. Belenky
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Gennadii Fedin

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

3rd New Economic School Workshop “Imperfect Markets: Collusion, Networks, and Crowdfunding” (2017)

School "Decision making in network context" (2017)

Radboud Summer School, "Dynamic Business Models" (2017)

Summer School “Fair Division: Between Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science” (2017)

ITEA School on transportation economics (2017)

2nd New Economic School Workshop “Networks & Social Interactions” (2016)

1st New Economic School Workshop “Mechanism design: new products, new markets, new models” (2015)


  • 2017
    International Transportation Economics Association Annual Conference and School on Transportation Economics Barcelona 2017 (Барселона). Presentation: An example of the application of a robust approach to choosing an optimal regional freight transportation infrastructure
  • 2016
    28th European Conference on Operational Research EURO2016 (Poznan). Presentation: Mixed programming problems of optimally allocating and scheduling the openings of transport hubs and access roads to them in a geographic region

Postgraduate Studies

4th year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Developing mathematical models, methods and computer programs for the analysis of cargo transport systems functioning
Academic Supervisor: Belenky, Alexander

Courses (2015/2016)

Prep Year Graduates Ready to Make a Start

On July 12, HSE officially congratulated the graduates of the 2018 Preparatory Year programme. The 10-month intensive course, which was introduced at HSE in 2015, is designed for international students with little or no knowledge of Russian who wish to undertake Russian-taught full-degree programmes. The curriculum focuses on basic language skills (reading, listening, speaking, and writing) and students are able to study in their chosen academic field (humanities, economics, or engineering). This year, young graduates from 40 different countries attended the ceremony, where they were congratulated by their teachers, friends and families.