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									                                     VICTOR A. SKORMIN

Personal
                    Name:            Victor Arcady Skormin
                    Title:           Professor of Electrical Engineering
                    Institution:     Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY 13902
                    Date of Birth:   September 9, 1946
                    Place of
                                     Alma-Ata, USSR
                    Birth:
                    Citizenship:     U.S.A.
                    Address:         352 Ford Hill Road, Berkshire, NY 13736
                                     (607) 657-8071 (home), (607) 777-4013 (off) -4856
                    Telephone:
                                     (secretary)
                    Fax:             (607) 657-8086 (home), (607) 777-4464 (off)
                    E-mail:          vskormin@binghamton.edu

Education

Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow, U.S.S.R., Ph.D. - Process Control (4/1975)
Polytechnic Institute, Alma-Ata, U.S.S.R. MS. in Electr. Eng., Diploma with Honors (6/1968)

Experience

09/86 to present   Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
                   PROFESSOR of Electrical Engineering (93)
                   ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of Electrical Engineering (86)
                   Responsible for the sequence of undergraduate and graduate courses in the
                   Controls area:
                   Introduction to Controls, Modern, Digital, and Nonlinear Control
                   Optimal and Adaptive Control, Process Control (Mathematical Modeling,
                   Control and System Optimization)
                   Participation in the Instructional TV programs, Ph.D. and M.S. thesis
                   advising
                   Research: Laser communication systems, advanced controls, information
                   security systems
08/85 to 09/1986   Milton Roy Company, Rochester, NY
                   (Analytical Products Division of BAUSCH & LOMB),
                   R&D CONSULTANT (85), SENIOR R&D ENGINEER (86).
                   Development of computer-based systems and software.
09/83 to 08/1985   Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
                   VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of Electrical Engineering, Graduate
                   and undergraduate teaching: Optimal Control, Statistical Estimation and
                   Control, Kalman Filtering, Numerical Modeling
                   Research: Methods and software for simulation, analysis and optimal design
                   of control systems
05/80 to 08/1983   EBASCO Services, Inc., 2 World Trade Center, New York, NY,
                   R & D ENGINEER of the Advanced Technology Division.
                   Development of methods, algorithms and software for computer-based
                   diagnostics of complex systems
09/76 to 07/1979   Polytechnic Institute, Alma-Ata, U.S.S.R.
                   Department of Operations Research and Control
                   ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Graduate and undergraduate teaching,
                   research and consulting in the fields of Theory of Control Systems,
                   Mathematical Statistics and Operations Research. Supervision of doctoral
                   students

Consulting (1992-present)


05/99 to present       Rome Laboratory, US Air Force, Rome, NY
07/92 to 09/1998       AbTech Corporation, Charlottesville, VA
07/92 to 06/1998       Rome Laboratory, US Air Force, Rome, NY
04/96 to 09/1996       Universal Instruments Corporation
03/92 to 12/1996       NYSEG, Binghamton, NY
06/92 to 04/1994       Martin-Marietta Aerospace Control, Binghamton, NY
                       Principal Systems Engineer (Part-time position)
05/93 to 05/1994       Corning Glass Works, Corning New York
01/92 to 08/1992       General Electric Co., Schenectady, NY

Research Funding (through SUNY Foundation) :


1987 - Raymond Corporation, Greene NY                                         - $35,000
1988 - Raymond Corporation, Greene NY                                         - $25,000
1989 - Aniteck Image Corporation, Binghamton, NY                              - $35,000
1990 - General Electric Co., Schenectady, NY                                  - $15,000
1993 - NYSEG Corporation, Binghamton, NY                                      - $15,000
1994 - NYSEG Corporation, Binghamton, NY                                      - $99,500
1998 - Rome Laboratory, Rome NY (equipment grant)                             - $1,000,000
1999 - National Science Foundation                                            - $424,000
2000 - Rome Laboratory, Rome NY                                               - $50,000
2000 - NASA Jet Propulsion Lab                                                - $50,000
2000 - National Science Foundation                                            - $75,000
2001 - Rome Laboratory, Rome NY                                               - $314,000
2002 - National Science Foundation                                            - $255,000
2002 - Air Force Office of Scientific Research                                - $424,000
2003 - National Science Foundation                                            - $72,440
2005 - Air Force Office of Scientific Research                                - $599,000
2005 - Air Force Office of Scientific Research (pending)                      - $198,000
2005 - NY State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research (pending) - $560,000

Professional Activities/Affiliations/Awards

       - Recipient of the IEEE Region 1 Award "For Leadership in Establishing University
       Industry Links...", 1991
- Graduate Committee Member of the SUNY-Central Faculty Senate, 1990-1991

- Recipient of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1990

- Recipient of the University Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, 1990

- IEEE Senior Member

- Editor for Space Systems of the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic
Systems (1997-98)

- Air Force, Senior Research Associate appointed by the National Research Council
(10/1999 - 10/2000)

- Organizer and co-chairman of the Second International Conference on Information
Technologies and Control, Almaty, Kazakstan, sponsored by the US Air Force (1999)

- Honorary Professor of the Kazak National Technical University, Almaty, Kazakstan,
awarded in 11/1999

- Co-Chair of the International Workshop "Mathematical Methods, Models and
Architectures for Computer Networks Security", May 21-23, 2001, St. Petersburg, Russia

- National Science Foundation, panel review member, May, 2002

- International Member of the Russian Academy of Navigation and Motion Control
Sciences, elected in June 2002

- Member of the Committee on Cyber Security/Information Assurance, State University
of New York, Albany, NY, 2002

- Co-Chair of the Program Committee of the Second International Workshop
"Mathematical Methods, Models and Architectures for Computer Networks Security",
September 21-23, 2003, St. Petersburg, Russia (sponsored by the US Air Force and
NAVY)

- Recipient of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research, 2004

- Recipient of the International Institute‟s for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and
Cybernetics (IIAS) 2004 Book of the Year Award for book on IMMUNOCOMPUTING,
Baden-Baden, Germany

- Co-Chair of the Program Committee of the International Workshop "Autonomous
Intelligent Systems: Agents and Data Mining", June 6-8, 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia
(sponsored by the US Air Force and NAVY)

- Co-Chair of the Program Committee of the Third International Workshop
"Mathematical Methods, Models and Architectures for Computer Networks Security",
September 24-27, 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia (sponsored by the US Air Force and
NAVY)
Patent:

"Measurement of Shot Peening Coverage by Correlation Analysis", US Patent #5581483,
January 1997.

Books:

          1. V. Gorodetski, J. Liu, V. Skormin (eds.), Autonomous Intelligent Systems: Agents and
          Data Mining: International Workshop AIS-ADM 2005, Lecture Notes in Artificial
          Intelligence, Vol. 3505, New York :Springer, 2005.

          2. V. Gorodetski, I. Kotenko, V. Skormin (eds.), Computer Network Security: Third
          International Workshop MMM-ACNS 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia, September 24-28,
          2005, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3658, New York: Springer, 2005.

          3. V. Gorodetski, L. Popyack, V. Skormin (eds.), Computer Network Security: Second
          International Workshop MMM-ACNS 2003, St. Petersburg , Russia , September 21-13,
          2003, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2776, New York : Springer, 2003.

          4. A. Tarakanov, V. Skormin, S. Sokolova, Immunocomputing: Principles and
          Applications, New York : Springer-Verlag, 2003.

          5. V. Gorodetski, V. Skormin, L. Popyack (eds.), Information Assurance in Computer
          Networks: International Workshop MMM-ACNS 2001, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 21-
          23, 2001, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2052, New York: Springer, 2001.

Publications (after 1995):

       1. V. Skormin, A. Volynkin, D. Summerville, J. Moronski, “Prevention of Information
Attacks by Run-Time Detection of Self-Replication in Computer Codes,” Conditionally accepted
for publication in Computer Security Journal, being revised as per editor‟s suggestions
       2. J. Sofka and V. Skormin, V. Nikulin, D. Nicholson, “Omni-Wrist 3 – A New
Generation of Laser Beam Steering Devices, Mathematical Modeling,” IEEE Transactions on
Aerospace and Electronic Systems, accepted for publication
       3. J. Sofka, V. Skormin, V. Nikulin, D. Nicholson, “Omni-Wrist 3 – A New Generation
of Gimbals System: Controller Design,” IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic
Systems, accepted for publication.
       4. V. Nikulin, J. Sofka, V. Skormin, “Advanced Lyapunov Control of a Novel Laser
Beam Tracking System,” Optical Engineering 44, no. 5 (May 2005): 56004.
       5. V. Nikulin, M. Bouzouba, V. Skormin, T. Busch, “Lyapunov-Based Decentralized
Adaptive Control for Laser Beam Tracking Systems,” IEEE Trans. On Aerospace and Electronic
Systems 39, no. 4 (Oct 2003): 1191-1200.
       6. V. Skormin, J. Moronski, D. McGee, D. Summerville, “Biological Approach to System
Information Security (BASIS): A Multi-Agent Approach to Information Security,” Lecture
Notes in Computer Science 2691 (2003): 435-444.
       7. V. Skormin, D. Summerville, J. Moronski, D. McGee, “Detecting Malicious Codes by
the Presence of their Gene of Self-Replication,” Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2776
(2003): 195-205.
       8. V. Nikulin, V. Skormin, T. Busch, “Genetic Algorithm Optimization for Bragg Cell
Design,” Optical Engineering 41 (Aug 2002): 1767.
       9. V. Skormin, V. Gorodetski, L. Popyack, “Data Mining Technology for Failure
Prognostics of Avionics,” IEEE Trans. On Aerospace and Electronic Systems 38, no. 2 (Apr
2002): 388-402.
       10. S. Lyshevski, V. Skormin, R. Colgren, “High-Torque Density Integrated Electro-
Mechanical Flight Actuators,” IEEE Trans. On Aerospace and Electronic Systems 38, no. 1(Jan
2002): 174-182.
       11. V. Nikulin, M. Bouzoubaa, V. Skormin, T. Busch, “Modeling of an Acousto-Optic
Laser Beam Steering System Intended for Satellite Communication,” Optical Engineering 40
(Nov 2001): 2208.
       12. V. Skormin, et al., “BASIS: A Biological Approach to System Information Security,”
Lecture Notes for Computer Science (2001) 2052: pp. 127-142.
       13. V.A. Skormin, M.A. Tascillo, and T.E. Busch, "Demonstration of Jitter Rejection
Technique for Free Space Laser Communication", IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and
Electronic Systems, April 1997
       14. V.A. Skormin, M.A. Tascillo, and T.E. Busch, "Mathematical Modeling and
Computer Simulation of a Pointing, Acquisition and Tracking System for Satellite
Communication", Optical Engineering, November 1993 (Also in the Milestone Series book
Selected Papers on Precision Stabilization and Tracking Systems for Acquisition, Pointing, and
Control Applications, SPIE Optical Engineering Press)
       15. V.A. Skormin, M.A. Tascillo, and T.E. Busch, "Adaptive Jitter Rejection Technique
for Airborne Laser Communication Systems", Optical Engineering, May 1995 (Also in the
Milestone Series book Selected Papers on Precision Stabilization and Tracking Systems for
Acquisition, Pointing, and Control Applications, SPIE Optical Engineering Press)

General Interest articles:

       1. "Save the Dinosaurs of War", IEEE AES Magazine, September 1997.
       2. "What is Special About Being an Engineering Professor", IEEE AES Magazine, June
1999, V.14, N6, p.10.
       3. "Speaking of Pain", IEEE AES Magazine, June 1999, V.14, N6, p.10.
       4. "Airplane", see www.ee.binghamton.edu/lasercom/vskormin - General interest corner
       5. “Some Challenges of Engineering Education”, will appear in IEEE AES Magazine

Conference Proceedings (1997 - present)

       1. V. Skormin, A. Volynkin, D. Summerville, J. Moronski, “Prevention of Information
Attacks by Run-Time Detection of Self-Replication in Computer Codes,” 3rd International
Workshop MMM-ANCS 2005, St. Petersburg , Russia , September 24-28, 2005.
       2. V. Skormin, A. Volynkin, D. Summerville, J. Moronski, “In Search of the „Gene of
Self-Replication‟ in
Malicious Codes,” Proc. 6th IEEE Information Assurance Workshop, Westpoint , New York ,
June 2005.
       3. J. Sofka, V. Skormin, V. Nikulin, D. Nicholson, M. Rosheim, “New Generation of
Gimbals Systems for Laser Positioning Applications,” SPIE Proc: Free Space Laser
Communication and Active Laser Illumination III, 5160 (Jan 2004): 182-91.
       4. V. Skormin, D. Summerville, O. Shiryayeva, J. Moronski, “Analysis of Active
Response in the Immune System with Computer Network Considerations,” 16th International
Conference on Systems Research, Informatics, and Cybernetics (InterSym2004), Baden-Baden,
Germany, July 2004, pp. 15-28.
       5. V. Nikulin, J. Sofka, V. Skormin, “Decentralized Control of an Omni-Wrist Laser
Beam Tracking System,” SPIE Proc: Free Space Laser Communication Technologies XVI, 5338
(Jun 2004): 194-203.
        6. V. Skormin, D. Summerville, J. Moronski, J. Sidoran, “Application of Genetic
Optimization and Statistical Analysis for Detecting Attacks on a Computer Network,” Proc. of
the Real-Time Intrusion Detection NATO Symposium, Lisbon , Portugal , May 27-29, 2002.
        7. V. Skormin, V. Nikulin, “Internet Accessbile Laboratory: A Way to Enhance
Technical Personnel Training,” NATO Community-Army-Technology-Environment Conference
Proceedings, Brno , Czech Republic , May 9-11, 2001.
        8. V. Gorodetski, I. Kotenko, V. Skormin, L. Popyack, “Ontology-Based Multi-Agent
Model of Information Security Systems,” Proc. 7th International Workshop RSFDGRC 1999,
Yamaguchi , Japan , November 9-11, 1999.
        9. V. Gorodetski, I. Kotenko, V. Skormin, L. Popyack, “Agent-Based Models of
Information Security Systems: Architecture and Framework for Behavior Coordination,” Proc.
1st International Workshop of Central and Eastern Europe on Multi-Agent Systems, St.
Petersburg , Russia , June 1-4, 1999: pp. 113-123.

References
       1. Dr. Donald J. Nicholson, AFRL at Rome NY, tel. 315-330-7437
       2. Dr. John A. Fillo, Associate Dean for Research, Watson School of Engineering,
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, tel. 607-777-4555
       3. Gerald S. Goodenough, General Manager, Milliken Power Plant, Lancing, NY, tel.
607-533-7913

								
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