Dr. Slava G. Turyshev
Turyshev, Ph.D., MBA, D.Sc. is
Relativistic Astrophysics Research Group,
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
His research interests include:
- Science motivation, mission design, and data analysis of high precision gravitational experiments in space
- Relativistic cosmology and alternative theories of gravity; theory of gravity-wave astronomy, including wave generation, propagation and detection
- Theory of and modeling for high precision astronomical reference frames; lunar and interplanetary laser ranging; pulsar timing experiments
- Optimization and control algorithms for long-baseline optical interferometry; analytical and numerical techniques for the white-light fringe parameter estimation
Slava earned his M.S. in Quantum Field Theory and High Energy Physics (with honors) at Moscow State University, Russia in 1987. He earned his Ph.D. in Astrophysics & Theoretical Gravity Physics at Moscow State University, Russia in 1990. He earned his MBA at The Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA in 2003. He earned his Doctor Habilitatus in Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Gravitational Physics at Moscow State University, Russia in 2008.
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