CURRICULUM VITAE & SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

SURNAME: Abrarov

FIRST NAME: Dmitry

SECOND NAME: Leonardovich

PLACE AND DATE OF BIRTH: Moscow region, Zhukovsky city, 19 September 1960

CITIZENSHIP: Russian Federation

EDUCATION: Mechanics 1982, post-graduate 1985, Department of Mechanics of the Mechanical-Mathematical Faculty, the Lomonosov Moscow State University

DEGREE: PhD, October 1987, the Lomonosov Moscow State University

POSITION: Scientific Researcher, Sector of the Theory of Stability and Mechanics of the Controlled Systems,
Department of Mechanics of the A.A.Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, RUSSIA

TEL: +7(499)135-35-90

FAX: +7(499)135-61-59

E-MAIL: abrarov(at)yandex.ru

FOREIGN LANGUAGES: English

SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS: Mathematical methods in Hamiltonian systems, intergability in Classical Mechanics & QFT



SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

11. L-functions in Hamiltonian Mechanics. Moscow: Computing Centre of RAS, 2009. 210 p.

10. Solving the Euler top equations with the help of their time-reversibility // Rigid Body Mechanics. Donetsk: Inst. Appl. Mathem. of NAS Ukraine, 2008. No.38. P.31-55. pdf, 394 KB

9. The explicit solvability and canonical model of the Euler-Poisson equations // Rigid Body Mechanics. Donetsk: Inst. Appl. Mathem. of NAS Ukraine, 2007. No 37. P.42-68. pdf, 255 KB

8. The explicit solvability of the general Euler-Poisson equations. Moscow: Computing Centre of RAS. 2007. 198 p.

7. Fermat's Theorem. Phenomenon of Whiles' proofs. // www.polit.ru/science/2006/12/28/abrarov.html pdf, 352 KB

6. The constructive solvability of the general Euler-Poisson equations. The application to three-body problem. Moscow: Computing Centre of RAS, 2005. 183 p.

5. Global Hamiltonian dynamics: integrability of the classical mechanics equations, equivariant Galois theory & Quantum Field Theory // Depon. VINITI, 2005. No.400-B-2005. 298 p.

4. On mechanism of the integrability of the Euler-Poisson equations //
In Coll. Papers "Research Problems of Stability and Stabilization of Motion". Moscow: Computing Center of RAS, 2003. P. 56-65.

3. The classification of the integrable cases in the rigid body dynamics & equivariant superquantization of the vertex type Hamiltonian systems //
In Coll. Papers "Research Problems of Stability and Stabilization of Motion". Moscow: Computing Center of RAS, 2001. P. 3-75.

2. On the symmetry of the integrable Hamiltonian systems with 3/2 degrees of freedom //
In Coll. Papers "Research Problems of Stability and Stabilization of Motion". Moscow: Computing Centre of RAS, 2000. P.3-28.

1. Topological obstacles for the existence of the conditional linear integrals // Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Matematika, Mekhanika. 1984. No 6. P.72-75.