Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (state university), Master of Science (1998).
|1996 — 2006||
"Physicon" (now Competentum)
|designer, programmer, senior programmer|
Development of interactive courseware on physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, economics etc.
Development and support of universal components library for courseware (interface elements, tools for making plots, for editing and rendering of math equations).
As a senior programmer I took part in design of complex systems (for example, an equation editor, built in an educational portal), performed technical check of Flash-programmers' works, trained new employees, adopted new development tools as they appeared (new versions of Flash from 4 to 8, ActionScript 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0, Flex).
|2002 — 2008||
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, General physics department
|teaching assistant||To give exercise and laboratory classes on general physics, to take pre-exams and to assist on exams.|
|November 2007 — April 2008||
Analytical Systems Ltd
|programmer||To develop a demand analysis system for retail trade companies (C#, .NET)|
|May 2010 — October 2010||
Georg-August-Universität, Fakultät für Physik, IV.Physikalisches Institut
|assistant||To develope interactive courseware on quantum mechanics (Flex, Qt).|
I'm an author of the book "Flash MX for professinal programmers" (in russian, information on the publisher's site)
Experience on support of Flash-applications on various systems (Windows and MacOS of various versions).
Many years' experience of individual work as well as work in a team.
Experience to work with a technology wich is completely new for me.
Here http://anna-alekseeva.com/portfolio_en/ one can see some of my works made for "Physicon" (several interactive simulations, a tool for data treatment, an equation editor) and "just for fun" (3D and 4D polyhedra models).
Most of the simulations use elements from the FlaCon library, wich was developed and maintained by me.
Here http://anna-alekseeva.com/simulations/OneDimSchroedinger.html is a simulation which shows the solutions of the one-dimensional Schrödinger equation, made for the Physics Department of the University of Göttingen.
Responsibility, patience, creativity
I'm a mother of a two-year-old boy.
I'm fond of origami and other handwork, poetry and songs.