About the Infranetics

Infranetics as a synthetic umbrella science uses a target approach and is positioned as a cross-pollinating discipline of a number of fundamental and applied sciences, the purpose of which is the optimal design and harmonious management of the second, artificial nature of the planet at all stages of its life cycle. The structure and content of infranetics makes it possible to: (1) purposefully identify blind spots and accumulate new knowledge in the field of MABICS-technologies and sciences; (2) develop fundamental and applied methods for assessing resilience and supraresilience for practical needs; (3) develop balanced management decisions under conditions of various types of uncertainties; (4) accurately enough (for practical needs) to predict the behavior of complex bio-socio-technological and economic-technical systems in ordinary and specific situations, including the black swan type; (5) systematically design the reliability and safety of critical and strategic infrastructure systems.

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About the Author

Timashev Svyatoslav Anatolievich

Ekaterinburg (SEC UB of the RAS, Ural Federal University)
Doctor of Technical Sciences (specialty 01.02.03), Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of Education of the RSFSR, co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 (for the development, as part of an international scientific team, of a method and means for capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide) , a member of a number of industry-specific domestic and prestigious foreign academies, a member of the editorial boards of eight international and domestic journals, a member of the Working Group on industrial safety under the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a certified expert of the Russian Academy of Sciences. A well-known specialist in the field of stochastic dynamics, stability, diagnostics, monitoring, residual life, maintenance, survivability, reliability and security of critical infrastructures and their components.

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