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Peter Saveliev

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Peter Saveliev is a professor of mathematics [1] at Marshall University, Huntington WV. Dr. Saveliev has conducted research on algebraic topology and a number of other fields. Prior to Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he worked as an applied mathematician and software engineer at large R&D institute in Moscow, Russia. There he developed numerical algorithms of image matching for missile guidance systems. After that he worked at a start-up company on an automated fingerprint identification system.

Contact: saveliev at marshall dot edu

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