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Fedor Ratnikov

  • Fedor Ratnikov has been at HSE since 2016.

Responsibilities

To be defined

Education and Degrees

  • 1994

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)

  • 1986

    Degree
    Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

NA

Awards and Accomplishments

NA

Postgraduate Studies

NA

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Courses (2018/2019)

Courses (2017/2018)

Courses (2016/2017)

Deep Learning (Master’s programme; Faculty of Computer Science; 2 year, 1, 2 module)Rus

Publications47

Employment history

Professional Experience:

2016-Current Senior Researcher, High School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

 

2014-2015 Senior Research Associate, Nebraska Un

iversity at Lincoln, USA.

Integrate work of 20+ people developing simulation

and reconstruction

software for CMS detector upgrade in 2023

Fedor.Ratnikov@cern.ch

2

Development and support of the software for the Cal

orimeter Upgrade

project and event mixing

2008-2014 Scientist, Institute of Experimental Nucl

ear Physics (IEKP) in

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.

Discovered the Higgs boson using CMS detector at LH

C (~1:10

13

signal to

background ratio)

Searched for new physics using CMS detector at LHC

(~1:10

14

signal to

background ratio)

Supervised statistical analysis and interpretation

of results in the

collaboration

Created a friendly physics analysis environment and

efficient use of

national computing resources by German CMS communi

ty

2005-2008 Research Associate, University of Marylan

d, USA.

Lead CMS jet reconstruction software development an

d validation efforts.

Completed full software development cycle for handl

ing calibrations for

CMS Hadron calorimeter.

1999-2005 Research Associate, Rutgers, the State Un

iversity of New Jersey, USA.

Developed and operated the CDF Data Handling system

managing

Petabytes of data.

Established complete software cycle of developing f

lexible interface to

different data handling and storage systems for the

Physics Analysis

Framework.

1994-1999 Guest Scientist, Deutsches Elektronen-Syn

chrotron (DESY), Germany.

Developed trigger physics simulation and real-time

emulation packages.

Optimized trigger system design and overall detecto

r physics performance

for the HERA-B detector at DESY

Coordinated software development of the group of fi

ve people

1989-1994 Scientist, Institute of Theoretical and E

xperimental Physics, Russia .

Developed algorithm for internal self calibration o

f the muon detector of the

GEM experiment

Created system for real-time readout of the CAMAC c

rates

1986-1989 Student in Institute of Theoretical and E

xperimental Physics, Russia.

Created physics and detector simulation of 3-meter

magnetic spectrometer

installation.


Professional Experience:

2016-Current Senior Researcher, High School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

 

2014-2015 Senior Research Associate, Nebraska Un

iversity at Lincoln, USA.

Integrate work of 20+ people developing simulation

and reconstruction

software for CMS detector upgrade in 2023

Fedor.Ratnikov@cern.ch

2

Development and support of the software for the Cal

orimeter Upgrade

project and event mixing

2008-2014 Scientist, Institute of Experimental Nucl

ear Physics (IEKP) in

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.

Discovered the Higgs boson using CMS detector at LH

C (~1:10

13

signal to

background ratio)

Searched for new physics using CMS detector at LHC

(~1:10

14

signal to

background ratio)

Supervised statistical analysis and interpretation

of results in the

collaboration

Created a friendly physics analysis environment and

efficient use of

national computing resources by German CMS communi

ty

2005-2008 Research Associate, University of Marylan

d, USA.

Lead CMS jet reconstruction software development an

d validation efforts.

Completed full software development cycle for handl

ing calibrations for

CMS Hadron calorimeter.

1999-2005 Research Associate, Rutgers, the State Un

iversity of New Jersey, USA.

Developed and operated the CDF Data Handling system

managing

Petabytes of data.

Established complete software cycle of developing f

lexible interface to

different data handling and storage systems for the

Physics Analysis

Framework.

1994-1999 Guest Scientist, Deutsches Elektronen-Syn

chrotron (DESY), Germany.

Developed trigger physics simulation and real-time

emulation packages.

Optimized trigger system design and overall detecto

r physics performance

for the HERA-B detector at DESY

Coordinated software development of the group of fi

ve people

1989-1994 Scientist, Institute of Theoretical and E

xperimental Physics, Russia .

Developed algorithm for internal self calibration o

f the muon detector of the

GEM experiment

Created system for real-time readout of the CAMAC c

rates

1986-1989 Student in Institute of Theoretical and E

xperimental Physics, Russia.

Created physics and detector simulation of 3-meter

magnetic spectrometer

installation.

Timetable for today

Full timetable

Leading Researcher at the HSE Faculty of Computer Science Coordinates New Experiment at CERN

Fedor Ratnikov, a leading researcher at the Laboratory of Methods for Big Data Analysis (LAMBDA), has been appointed project coordinator in the SHiP collaboration. He will be responsible for developing and designing the detector’s active magnetic radiation shielding.

HSE Becomes LHCb Associate Member at CERN

The Higher School of Economics has joined the LHCb collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider, which is operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The group from HSE will consist of researchers from the Laboratory of Methods for Big Data Analysis (LAMBDA). This will give HSE researchers full access to data from the collaboration and allow the university to participate in various projects.

Masterclasses Introduce High School Students to Particle Physics

National Research University Higher School of Economics hosted a masterclass in particle physics on March 27 and brought high school students to participate. These students took a day off from school to go to the University and dive into the actual data. Scientists of the HSE Laboratory of Methods for Big Data Analysis (LAMBDA) Denis Derkach and Fedor Ratnikov introduced them to the tiniest building blocks of the universe and to the accelerators and detectors which probe these mysterious particles.

CERN Workshop at the HSE Faculty of Computer Science

Thirty school students from Moscow and the Moscow Region recently had an opportunity to meet international researchers and analyze data obtained from the Large Hadron Collider at a workshop organized by HSE’s Faculty of Computer Science, Yandex and CERN.