Alexander is a 3rd year PhD candidate, specializing in distributed decision making and estimation with faults. The broader perspective covers self-organizing effects of complex systems with stochastic intrusions in randomized and asynchronous networks.
Alexander Gogolev obtained his BSc and MSc in Computer Science from Petrozavodsk State University in 2004 and 2006 respectively. Since 2011 Alexander is a PhD student in EMJD ICE PhD program with the focus on Robustness of Self-Organizing Systems at University of Klagenfurt and University of Genova, Italy. His previous scientific experience involves research in on Wireless Sensor Networks and automated Dusty Plasma experiments at REC PLASMA in 2006-2009, and Host Identity Protocol for Embedded Linux at Helsinki Institute for Information Technology in 2010.
Alexander Gogolev and Christian Bettstetter, " Robustness of self-organizing consensus algorithms: Initial results from a simulation-based study ", Self-Organizing Systems, volume 7166 of LNCS, pages 104-108. Springer, 2012
Alexander Gogolev and Lucio Marcenaro, "Density classification in asynchronous random networks with faulty nodes", In Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Processing, 2014
Alexander Gogolev and Lucio Marcenaro, "Efficient binary consensus in randomized and noisy networks" In Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing, 2014.
email: alexander.gogolev @ginevra.dibe.unige.it
DITEN - Department of Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunications Engineering and Naval Architecture
University of Genova, Italy