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.

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Moscow State University,
Vorobjevy Gory,
Moscow, 119992, Russia
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        last update: November 30, 2002