Vladimir P. Reshetnikov
Contact address: Astronomical Institute   
St.Petersburg State University 
Universitetskii pr. 28 
Petrodvorets, 198504 St.Petersburg 
Tel.: 7-812-4284168
Fax: 7-812-4287129

Present employment:
09/1999-present time: Professor at the Mathematics and Mechanics Faculty of St.Petersburg State University, Russia
08/1982-present time: Senior Researcher at the Astronomical Institute of St.Petersburg State University
Education: 11/1998: Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, St.Petersburg State University, Russia   
06/1990: Ph.D (Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences), St.Petersburg State University, Russia 
1985 - 1990: Postgraduate studies, St.Petersburg State University, Russia  
09/1977 - 06/1982: M.S. in Astronomy (Honours), Mathematics and Mechanics Faculty of St.Petersburg State University, Russia
06/1977: High School diploma (Gold Medal), Liepaja, Latvia
Extended visits:
01/2011-07/2011: Observatoire de Paris, France
01/2009: Tuorla Observatory, University of Turku, Finland
10/2006-11/2006: Astronomisches Institut, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany
08/2005-12/2005: Observatoire de Paris, France 
05/2004-07/2004: Observatoire de Paris, France 
08/2002: LNA, Brasil  
09/2001-11/2001: Astronomisches Institut, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany
06/2000: University of Granada, Spain
06/1996-11/1996: Observatoire de Paris, France
11/1992-11/1993: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Observatoire de Paris, France
09/1991-10/1992: Visiting Astronomer, Special Astrophysical Observatory of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Fields of interest: Extragalactic astronomy   
Origin and evolution of galaxies 
Structure and dynamics of galaxies  
Interacting and polar-ring galaxies, AGNs
Image processing

Membership: IAU, EAS and Euro-Asian Astronomical Society

PhD thesis works defended under my supervision:
Ekaterina A. Evstigneeva (2000)
``Influence of interactions on the global characteristics of galaxies'',
St.Petersburg State University, Russia;

Sergei A. Klimanov (2003)
``Detailed studies of M51 type galaxies'',
St.Petersburg State University, Russia