KAUST is a wonderful place for scientific work. Here, an unusual atmosphere of comfort, friendliness and respect surrounds a scientist. Work at the university allows collaborating with the most famous experts, to learn the most modern scientific approaches. This allows a scientist to maximize his/her potential. Working here, I am gaining valuable experience in scientific work and found new prospects for the development of my scientific approaches.

Location

Building 1, Al-Khawarizmi, 4th floor, 4122

Oleg Gorshkov is a Visiting Researcher working in collaboration with Professor Ombao at the Biostatistics Group of the Statistic Program of KAUST.

Education and Early Career

Oleg obtained his PhD degree in Engineering Sciences (2016) from Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia.

Research Interest

Oleg's research interests lie in fields such as fractal analysis and chaos theory; focusing on the following main topics:

  • analysis of bio-medical time series signals (R-R intervals, stabilograms, encephalograms, step width and stride length time series );
  • bio-medical images (thermograms).

Editorial Position

Reviewer, IEEE Signal Processing Letters

Reviewer, IET Systems Biology

Selected Publications

Gorshkov, O. and Ombao, H. (2019). Evaluation of monofractal and multifractal properties of inter-beat (RR) intervals in cardiac signals for differentiation between the normal and pathology classes. IET Signal Processing.
Gorshkov, O. (2012). Stabilogram diffusion analysis algorithm to estimate the Hurst exponent of high-dimensional fractals. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment.
Dumansky, Y. V., Lyakh, Y. E., Gorshkov, O. G., Gurianov, V. G. and Prihodchenko, V. V. (2012). Fractal dimensionality analysis of normal and cancerous mammary gland thermograms. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals.