TATIANA KHACHATUROVA (née Zalgaller)
Voice: +972 (8) 9390138
E-mail: tx.tarunz at g.m.a.i.l c.o.m
Address: Rehovoth, Levin-Epstein st., 44/31
Immigrated to Israel: 21/10/1999
A software engineering position using my skills in programming and management and my background in computer science and statistics, encouraging learning new technologies.
12 years of broad experience in database programming.
34 years of broad experience in software for data processing and in applied statistics.
Data analysis applications in the humanities and socio-economic research.
1983 Ph.D. computer science, St. Petersburg (Leningrad) State University, Department of Mathematics & Mechanics.
1971 M.S. degree with distinguished honors in mathematics (probability theory & mathematical statistics), St. Petersburg (Leningrad) State University, Russia.
2004 SAS: The Report Procedure; Color Graphics (MIA Computers)
2003 SAS Programming III: Advanced Technique (MIA Computers)
2003 SAS Macro Programming: Advanced Topics (MIA Computers)
2002 SAS Macro Language (MIA Computers)
2006now Applied Materials Israel Ltd (Rehovot)
Position: Software engineer.
20002005 Q. B. I. Enterprises Ltd (Ness-Ziona, Israel)
Position: Scientist in the Bioinformatic Unit; Database programmer and senior system analyst in IT Unit (since 2002).
19951999 Center for Strategic Analysis of Social Processes, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Position: Head of sector for mathematical modeling.
19901999 St. Petersburg (Leningrad) Institute for Economics and Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Position: Senior researcher.
19751990 Institute for Socio-Economic Problems, USSR Academy of Sciences.
Positions: Junior researcher, researcher, senior researcher.
19711975 Leningrad Branch of the Central Institute for Economics and Mathematics, USSR Academy of Sciences.
Positions: Junior researcher.
PL/SQL, T-SQL, MS Access, C/C++, VB/VBA, ASP.NET/VB.NET.
Java (Borland JBuilder), Perl, Borland Pascal, Delphi.
DBMS: Oracle, MS SQL Server, FoxPro.
Text Markup: TeX, HTML, MS Excel, and Crystal Reports.
Data Processing: SPSS, SAS, MATLAB
Windows 95/NT/2000, DOS, Unix.
20002005 Data flow analysis, design, and implementation of corporate research databases and workflow; integration between multi-platform applications; integration testing. Back-end: Oracle, MS SQL, mysql; Business logic and front-end: Web-based applications, VB desktop applications, MS/Access, Excel/VBA, Crystal Reports, Accelrys Accord HTS, ERP (Maale); Tools: ASP.Net, VB, C++, Java, SAS-ODBC connection. Development results are in use in biological/biochemical services (antibody production, LTS experiments, RTPCR, etc.) and ERP.
19881999 Design, development, implementation and integration of statistical data analysis applications with database functionalities: sociological survey support, stock exchange analysis, etc. (C/C++, Pascal/Delphi, FoxPro, SPSS).
1999 Development and implementation of program package for text auto-decoding. The package recognizes various encoding and charsets for Russian texts damaged by incompatible code transformations consequently applied on several intermediate servers (C, Unix).
19851999 Statistical data analysis for researches in sociology, medicine, biology and economics (FoxPro, SPSS, MATLAB). Results are published.
19711987 Design, development and implementation of program tools, system libraries and packages for statistical analysis and for user application development: system library for GUI development in visualization applications (C, DOS); statistical analysis package for BESM6 computer (descriptive statistics and analysis of distributions, analysis of correlations, regression analysis, component analysis, factor analysis, analysis of variance; this package was accepted as a standard one for Algol software in association of BESM6-users); statistical analysis on database in the FoxPro format; access to databases in DBF-format (C, DOS), etc.
50 scientific publications, list available upon request.
Russian (mother tongue)
German, French (technical reading)
Available upon request.
Productive, warm and easy interaction in a working group. Rapid learning and immediate application of new technologies.