My Curriculum Vitae
Family name: Lazutin
First two names: Leonid Leonidovich
Date of birth: October 12, 1938
father: Lazutin Leonid Grigor'evich (1906-1991),
mother:Lazutina (Ananich) Vera Fedorovna (1913-1988)
Nationality: Russian Civil status: Married
Education: Moscow Institute of Physics-and Techniques (MFTI), 1955 – 1961
Diplomas and Titles
- Engineer – Physic, MFTI Diploma, 1961
- candidate of physics and mathematics, 1967
- Senior Scientist, 1971
- Doctor of physics and mathematics, 1978
- Professor of geophysics, 1985
- Scientific Award: 1992 , Linneaus Medal in Silver, Royal Academy of Sciences of Sweden.
| Professional Experience Record
- Polar Geophysical Institute, of Kola Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences (PGI)
- 1961 – 1967 Engineer, Scientific Researcher
- 1967 - 1992 Head of Cosmic Ray Laboratory
- 1992 – 1994 Head of the Division
- 1994 – 1999 Head of the Sector
- Present position: Leading Scientist, Department of Space Physics, Scobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University
Publications: 167 reports and papers, see list of publications
| International Cooperation Experience
- 1974 – 1982, PI of SAMBO International Experiment ( Simultaneous Auroral
Multi – Balloons Observations). More than 70 balloons have
been launched from Kiruna to Ural Mountains during five
campaigns in cooperation with scientific groups from France,
Sweden, Austria and Japan.
- 1989 and 1991, PI of joint balloon campaigns in Brazil magnetic anomaly with
University of Campinas and CNPQ.
- 1993, 8 months Visiting professor in University of Campinas, Brazil
- 1994, 12 months Visiting professor in University of Graz, Austria
- 1996, 1998 4 months of joint research in Space Physics Division, Department of Physics of University of Bergen, Norway by Scholarship
Program of the Research Council of Norway.
Main scientific interest: solar-terrestrial physics, including magnetospheric storms and substorms, radiation belts, energetic particle acceleration and precipitation, scientific ballooning, polar aurora. Additional interest: galactic and solar cosmic rays, polar ionosphere and ozone measurements.
last update: November 30, 2002