Fedor G. Pikus

Mentor Graphics, Inc.,
8405 SWBoeckman Rd.,
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone: (503) 685-4857 (office)
Phone: (503) 620-3436 (home)
FAX: (503) 685-1302
E-mail: pikus@speakeasy.net


Physicist with broad background in different areas of physics, excellent computing skills, proven creativity record and sharp problem-solving skills, is looking for a job in semiconductor electronics industry.


Creativity, Problem solving, Semiconductor Devices, Nanostructures, Optics, Magnetic Phenomena, Complex Systems, Computing, Modeling.



66 publications and presentations. Complete CV and publication list are available on WWW or mailed upon request.


July 1996 - present time: Research scientist, Department of Physics, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York.
September 1994 - July 1996: Postdoctoral research associate, Department of Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California. Scientific adviser - Prof. W. Kohn
September 1991 - September 1994: Postdoctoral research associate, Department of Physics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Scientific adviser - Prof. A. Efros
March 1990 - September 1991: Staff scientist, A. F. Ioffe Institute, Leningrad, Russia.


Applications/Software Development Device modeling, Numerical analysis, Monte-Carlo algorithms, Highly optimized linear algebra software, Statistical analysis and data fitting.
Hardware & Operating Systems Many flavors of UNIX, IBM RS/6000 & AIX, DEC workstations & Ultrix, Cray supercomputers (vector & parallel), Intel Paragon, IBM mainframes running VMS, OS/370, TSO, Intel x86, DOS, Windows, and OS/2
Languages/Tools C, C++, Pascal, Object Pascal, PL/1, Fortran, IBM and Intel Assemblers, X Windows, many numerical and graphics libraries, TeX and LaTex, Microsoft Word, and more.
Parallel Programming Hardware - Cray T3D, Paragon, Meiko, workstation clusters
Software - MPI, PVM, NX
Numerical Analysis Monte-Carlo, Integral equations, Differential equations and PDEs, Numerical integration, Statistics, Data analysis, Optimization, Stochastic programming, Variational computations, Linear Algebra


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