Sergey received his doctorate degree in 2000 from Moscow State University in glaciology and geocryology. Before that, he worked as an engineer, programmer and scientist in Kazakhstan and Russia. He has been involved in mapping and modeling of permafrost, mainly in mountain areas of central Asia. Sergey first came to the Geophysical Institute as a visiting research scholar in 2003. Currently, he is a research associate professor at UAF and has been since 2008. His current research interests are in spatial numerical permafrost modeling, climate-permafrost interactions and the influence of permafrost on landform and landscape development. In his free time Sergey loves hiking, camping and fishing.
Snow Ice Permafrost
Research Associate Professor