• Ph.D., Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Institute of Mathematical Modeling (now Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics), Russian Academy of Sciences
  • M.S.,Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology


Prior to joining NC State University in 2000, D. Anistratov was an R&D staff member at Keldysh Institute for Applied Mathematics, USSR Academy of Sciences and Institute for Mathematical Modeling of Russian Academy of Sciences, Visiting Assistant Professor at Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University. D. Anistratov has been a consultant and guest scientist to the computational transport group (CCS-2) at Los Alamos National Laboratory.


D. Anistratov works in the field of computational physics, numerical analysis, particle transport theory. His research includes development of numerical methods for solving the Boltzmann equation, computational methods for problems of neutron transport and thermal radiative transfer, iteration methods, multiscale methods for multiphysics problems, discretization schemes for partial differential equations, asymptotic analysis, methods for reduction of dimensionality, homogenization methods for reactor-physics applications etc.