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Galina O Ryabova

 

Рябова Г.О.

 

Leading Research Worker,
Principal Research Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics of Tomsk State University

Professor of the Physics Faculty, Tomsk State University.

After graduating from Tomsk State University in 1977 and till the present I have been working in the department of celestial mechanics and astrometry in the Research Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics of Tomsk State University.

In 1990 I received the first scientific degree - candidate of science (approximately corresponds to Ph.D.) and in 2002 the second scientific degree (D. of Sci.).

Research Interests: Mathematical modeling of meteoroid streams' formation and evolution.


Interconnections in asteroid-comet-meteoroid complex.
Dynamical evolution of small solar system bodies.
Radar observations of meteors.

Current Research:

    A new improved model of the Geminid meteoroid stream.
    Preliminary models of the Quadrantid and Daytime Arietid meteoroid streams.

Courses of Lectures:

    Geophysics and planetary physics (54h)
    Technology of programming (54h)
    Typography and presentation (36h)

In 2013 my textbook "Lectures in Technology of Programming" (in Russian) was published.

Experience

Investigator (head of group) in a number of grants of Russian Fund for Basic Research, in Federal programs, and in programs of the Education and Science Ministry of the Russian Federation.

Co-convener and co-organizer (with D. Asher) of session SB4 "Meteoroid streams: structure, observations, modelling, origin", European Planetary Science Congress 2009 (EPSC2009), 13-18 September 2009, Potsdam, Germany.

Member of International Astronomical Union (from 2003).

Member of Organizing Committee of IAU Division F Commission 22 “Meteors, Meteorites & Interplanetary Dust “(2012–2015).

Member of Organizing Committee of IAU Division F Commission F1 “Meteors, Meteorites & Interplanetary Dust “(from 2015).

Chair of IAU Division F Commission 22 WG Professional-Amateur Cooperation in Meteors (2009-2012), member of the WG (2012–2015).

Member of International Meteor Organization (1991), member of the IMO Council (from 2016).

Referee for the following international journals: Solar System Research; Earth, Moon and Planets; Planetary and Space Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Contributions of Astronomical Observatory Skalnaté Pleso.

Publications

63 papers in Russian and international journals. Publications in English see here.

  1. Ryabova G.O. Mathematical modelling of the Geminid meteoroid stream // Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc. 2007. Vol. 375. N4. P. 1171-1180.
  2. Ryabova G.O. Meteoroid streams: mathematical modelling and observations // Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, Proceedings of the 229th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. August 7-12, 2005, Edited by Daniela, L.; Sylvio Ferraz, M.; Angel, F. Julio. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. P.229-247.
  3. Ryabova G.O., Martinez Picar A. Meteoroid streams: mathematical modeling and observations // Proc. Of the Radio Meteor School 2005 / C.Verbeeck and J.-M.Wislez, eds. Belgium: Intern.Meteor Org., 2005. P. 67-76.
  4. Ryabova G.O. On the dynamical consequences of the Poynting-Robertson drag caused by solar wind "Dynamics of Populations of Planetary Systems". Proc. IAU Coll. 197/ Z.Knezevic and A.Milani eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. P.411-414.
  5. Williams I.P., Ryabova G.O, Baturin A.P., Chernitsov A.M. Are asteroid 2003 EH1 and comet C/1490 Y1 dynamically related? // EMP. 2004. Vol.95. N1-4. P. 11-18.
  6. Williams I.P., Ryabova G.O., Baturin A.P., Chernitsov A.M. Asteroid 2003 EH1 - a possible parent for the Quadrantid meteoroid stream // Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 2004. Vol.355. P. 1171-1181.
  7. Ryabova G.O. Asteroid 1620 Geographos: III. Inelastic Relaxation in the Vicinity of the Poles // Solar Syst. Res. 2004. Vol.38. N3. P.212-218.
  8. Ryabova G.O. The comet Halley meteoroid stream: just one more model // Mon. Not. R. astr. Soc. 2003. Vol. 341. N3. P.739-746.
  9. Ryabova G.O. Asteroid 1620 Geographos: II. Associated meteor streams // Solar System Research. 2002. Vol.36. N3. P.254-268.
  10. Ryabova G.O. Asteroid 1620 Geographos: I. Rotation // Solar System Research. 2002. Vol.36. N2. P.168-174.
  11. Ryabova G.O. The Geminid meteor stream activity profile // Solar System Research. 2001. Vol.35. N2. P.151-157.
  12. Ryabova G.O. Mathematical model of the Geminid meteor stream formation // Proceed. of the Meteoroids 2001 Conf. (ESA SP-495). 2001. P.77-82.
  13. Ryabova G.O. Asteroid (1620) Geographos as a possible parent body for a meteor stream // Proceed. of the Meteoroids 2001 Conf. (ESA SP-495). 2001. P.63-70.
  14. Ryabova G.O. Age of the Geminid meteor stream (review) // Solar System Research. 1999. Vol.33. N3. P.224-238.
  15. Ryabova G.O. The effect of collisions with sporadic meteoroids on the Geminid stream structure // Solar System Research. 1997. Vol.31. N5. P.450-457.
  16. Ryabova G.O. Modeling the ejection of large dust particles from the nucleus of comet Halley // Solar System Research. 1997. Vol.31. N4. P.314-326.
  17. Ryabova G.O. Influence of the Yarkovskii-Radzievskii effect on the structure of the Geminid meteor stream // Solar System Research. 1990. Vol.24. N3. P.169-173.
  18. Ryabova G.O. Effect of secular perturbations and the Poynting-Robertson effect on structure of the Geminid meteor stream // Solar System Research. 1989. Vol.23. N3. P.158-165.

Teaching

Now I read the following courses:

  1. Technology of programming (54h)
  2. Geophysics and planetary physics (54h)
  3. Typography and presentation (36h)

In 2013 my textbook "Lectures in Technology of Programming" (in Russian) was published.

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Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics of Tomsk State University,
Department Astronomy and space geodesy

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