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Sergei Kritsky RESUME


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Sergei Kritsky RESUME

  1. 1. Sergei Kritsky 42-67 Karl Marx Street Minsk 220030 Belarus phone: +375 (17) 327 85 69 e-mail: Freelance Translator, Editor and Proofreader English into Russian English into Belarusian German into Russian German into Belarusian Education • 1980, MS in Applied Mathematics, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus • 1989, Postgraduate Courses, Minsk Radioengineering Institute, Minsk, Belarus • 1989, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Minsk Radioengineering Institute, Belarus Professional Education and Training • 1992 Two-year English Language Course, Certified Translator, Minsk Linguistic University, Minsk, Belarus • 1995 Two-year German Language Course, Certified Translator, Minsk Linguistic University, Minsk, Belarus • 1995 Training Course on Internet and Information Services, State University of Hawaii, USA • 1996 Visiting Scholarship, New York University, NY, USA Employment • 1997 - present, part time, Project Consultant, United Nations Development Program in Belarus • 1989 - 2010, Associate Professor, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radio Electronics, Minsk, Belarus • 1985-1989, Junior Researcher, Minsk Radio Engineering Institute, Minsk, Belarus • 1980-1985, System Analyst, Minsk Computer Manufacturing Association, Belarus Experience Strong writing and editing skills. Translated to Russian/Belarusian and/or edited number of research papers, technical and project documentation, among them: • «Guide to Network Resource Tools», European Academic and Research Network, published in Russian in Minsk, Belarus, 1995, 90 p. • «Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet in Education», Minsk, 1995, 51 p. • Editor and reviewer of «English-Russian Dictionary of Internet», ACT Publishing, Moscow, 2000, 288 p. • Member of Editorial Board of «Informatika i Obrazovanie (Informatics and Education)» Journal, Minsk, Belarus.
  2. 2. • Since 1994 work as a freelance translator for UNDP, Architex, Inc. (USA), RIPE (, Weblations, S.I. (Barcelona, Spain), ATTICA Brussels (division of Veloss International SA), Belgium, Open Society Institute (USA), Technidok s.r.o. (Prague, Czech Republic), EC Program ACTS (Advanced Communications Technologies and Services), Trans-European Research and Educational Networking Association TERENA and others. Fields of Expertise: Software, Computers, Information Technology, Electronics, Engineering, Telecommunications, Mathematics, Education and Science. Software and web localization, testing and QA. Strong computer and Internet skills. More then 20 years of experience in Computer Science, Information Technology and Software Engineering. Conducted extensive research in these and relevant areas. Working experience in all level education and academic sphere. Made several presentations at international conferences, among them: • 1994, Prague, Czech Republic, INET'94/JENC5, Joint Conference of Internet Society Annual Meeting and 5th Joint European Networking Conference • 1995, Honolulu, USA, INET'95, Internet Society Annual Meeting • 1995, 1st International Conference «Internet in Education», Minsk, Belarus, Organizing Committee Member, Session Chair • 1998, 6th European Conference on Information Systems, Program Committee Member, Aix-en-Provence, France Software Windows Vista Business/Windows XP Professional (Windows 2000/9x), MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage), Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Adobe FrameMaker+SGML 6.0, Adobe Distiller 5.0, Adobe PageMaker 7.0, Adobe Illustrator 10, Adobe Acrobat 5.0,MS Developer Studio, Netscape 7.1, CorelDraw 11, QuarkXPress 5.0, MacroMedia FreeHand 10, AutoCAD 2004, DejaVu X Professional, Trados Studio 2011 SP2 + MultiTerm, SDLX Lite, Transit 3.0 Satellite PE, across v.5, CATALYST Translator/LITE Edition Publications in English 1. «UNIBEL - Academic and Research Network of Belarus», INET'95 Annual Meeting of the Internet Society, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 835-838, 1995 ( 2. "The Minsk Metropolitan Area Internet Backbone for Academic and Research Community", 7th Joint European Networking Conference, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 174-1 - 174-4, 1996 3. "Minsk Internet Project : Results and Perspectives", 8th Joint European Networking Conference, Edinburgh, UK, pp. 525-1 - 525-4, 1997 ( 4. «Internet Technologies Training Program», UN Bulletin, United Nations Office in Republic of Belarus, January - February, 1998 (http://www.informatik.uni- 5. «Internet for Education and Research Community of Belarus», NATO Advanced Networking Workshop on Network Policy (Selected Papers), Tartu, Estonia, pp. 153-156, 1998
  3. 3. Recommendations available upon request