Igor Petrusky

    Igor@magicmrv.com www.magicmrv.com
Objective: Interested in offers of positions which are academically challenging and with compensation exceeding $100K per year.

-Author of 2 papers presented at ANS Student conferences

-Coauthor of ANS design competition finalist paper in 2004

-Conducted analysis of detected pulse shape in IBR-2 reactor, solved for additional unknown source fraction and computed its decay constant.

-Coauthor of JINR bulletin explaining asymmetry in pulse shape of

 IBR-2 nuclear reactor installed at JINR in Dubna, Russia

-Secretary of ANS student chapter at University of Tennessee

-Author of 3D Monte Carlo neutron transport code (NTC)


Masters of Science in Physics, June 2006

Moscow State University, Vorobyovi gori 1, Moscow Russia

GPA 3.72/4.0

Courses taken include:


Neutron optics

Quantum scattering theory


Quantum solid state physics

Laboratory practice




Bachelors of Science in Nuclear Engineering, May 2004

University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN, 37916

Courses taken include:


Nuclear reactor theory

Nuclear physics


Electrical engineering

Reactor design project


Maintenance reliability

Radiation shielding


February 2008 – Current

Instrumentation Engineer for Sikorsky Aircraft.

Design, oversight of installation and maintaining of functional data acquisition system on one or more test aircraft.

March 2005 – September 2005

Attached to the nuclear reactor safety and criticality safety division under Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, Joined Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna, Russia.

February 2004 – May 2004

Was invited to join follow-up contract titled “Review of Generation IV Reactors”.

April 2003 – September 2003

Assisted Dr. L.F. Miller and M. Fontana working on the TVA’s contract titled “Review of Generation IV Reactors”. Collected and compiled into PowerPoint presentations technical and financial information about reactors: GT-MHR, PBMR, IRIS.