
George V. Filippenko

Surname: 
Filippenko 
Given name: 
George 
Patronymic name: 
Viktorovich 
Contact info: 
Tel: + 7 (812) 3214766
Email: G.Filippenko at gmail.com
Address: V.O., Bolshoy pr., 61, St. Petersburg, 199178, Russia, IPME RAS
Home page: RU EN 
Position in IPME RAS: 
Senior researcher of Laboratory for Mathematical Modelling of Wave Phenomena

Date of birth: 
11.01.1965 
Professional activity: 
1982–1988 — Student of Leningrad (St. Petersburg) State University, Faculty of Physics, Department of Mathematical Physics. Diploma with honours degree
1988–1991 — Postgraduate study in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Shipbuilding Institute, Department Strength of Materials
1991–2015 Ç. — Senior researcher in Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering (Laboratory of Composite System Mechanics, Laboratory of Applied Investigations)
2000 — PhD
since 2015 — Senior researcher of Laboratory for Mathematical Modelling of Wave Phenomena 
Scientific interests: 
Boundarycontact problems of mathematical physics, Wave processes in elastic periodic systems, Wave processes in the waveguides, Wave processes in the systems shell – liquid.

Visiting research fellowships 
Aalburg University
(Denmark) 2013, 2014 (associate professor) 
PhD opposement: 
Official opponent of PhD in Denmark (Aalborg, 2014). Official opponent of PhD in Russia (St. Petersburg, 2015, 2016)

Teaching: 
Associate Professor at Department of Higher Mathematics and Mathematical Physics of Physical Faculty of St. Petersburg State University 
Courses: 
Analytical geometry, linear algebra, mathematical analysis, theory of functions of complex variables, analytical theory of differential equations, distribution theory, mathematical physics 
Seminars: 
Scientific secretary of Seminar on Computational and Theoretical Acoustics, named after D.P.Kouzov

Profiles in scientific databases and networks: 
Scopus
Russian Science Citation Index

Selected publications: 
Kouzov D.P., Filippenko G.V. On the vibration of a membrane partially protruding above the surface of a liquid. J. Computational Acoustics. (JCA) 1–11 (2001). Kouzov D.P., Filippenko G.V. Vibrations of an elastic plate partially immersed in a liquid. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 2010, 74(5), pp. 617–626. Filippenko G.V. Statement of the boundarycontact problems for the shells in acoustics. Proceedings of the International Conference “Days on Diffraction 2010”, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 8 – 10, 2010, pp. 57–62. Filippenko G.V. The energy analysis of shell – fluid interaction. Proceedings of the International Conference “Days on Diffraction'2011”, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 30 – June 3, 2011, pp. 63–66. DOI: 10.1109/DD.2011.6094366
. Filippenko G.V. The forced oscillations of the cylindrical shell partially submerged into a layer of liquid. Proceedings of the International Conference “Days on Diffraction'2012”, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 28 – June 1, 2012, pp. 70–75. DOI: 10.1109/DD.2012.6402754
. Filippenko G.V. Energy aspects of axisymmetric wave propagation in an infinite cylindrical shell fully submerged in liquid. Vychisl. meh. splos. sred — Computational Continuum Mechanics, 2013, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 187–197. Pdf file
is available; DOI: 10.7242/19996691/2013.6.2.22
. Filippenko G.V. Energy aspects of waves propagation in the infinite cylindrical shell fully submerged into the liquid. Vychisl. meh. splos. sred — Computational Continuum Mechanics, 2014, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 295–305. Pdf file
is available; DOI: 10.7242/19996691/2014.7.3.29
. Filippenko G.V. The banding waves in the beam with periodically located point masses. Vychisl. meh. splos. sred — Computational Continuum Mechanics, 2015, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 153–163. Pdf file
is available; DOI: 10.7242/19996691/2015.8.2.13
. Filippenko G.V. Axisymmetric vibrations of the semiinfinite cylindrical shell partially submerged into the liquid, Proc. of the International Conference “Days on Diffraction 2015”, St. Petersburg, Russia, pp. 92–95. DOI: 10.1109/DD.2015.7354839
. Filippenko G.V. Energy aspects of axisymmetric wave propagation in an infinite cylindrical shell filled with the liquid, Proceedings of the “XLIV Summer School Conference Advanced Problems in Mechanics APM 2016
”, St. Petersburg, pp. 119–125. Filippenko, G.V., 2016, The energy flux analysis of the “shell” type waves in the infinite cylindrical shell filled with acoustical fluid, Proc. of the International Conference “Days on Diffraction 2016”, St. Petersburg, Russia, pp. 144–148, DOI: 10.1109/DD.2016.7756831
.
