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Professor Simon Berkovich played a leading role in a number of research and development projects on the design of advanced hardware and software systems. Those projects include construction of superconductive associative memory, development of large information systems, investigation of computer communications configurations, and enhancement of information retrieval procedures. Berkovich has several hundred professional publications in various areas of physics, electronics, computer science, and biological cybernetics. He is an author of six books and holds 30 patents. He got an award for best invention of 1983 from Bendix Advanced Technology Center and won the 2014 GW Technology Transfer Innovation Competition. Among his inventions is a method for dynamic file construction imitating the developmental tree of multicellular organisms that later become known as B-tree and extendible hashing. In 2002, he was elected a member of the European Academy of Sciences "for an outstanding contribution to computer science and the development of fundamental computational algorithms". Professor Berkovich received an M.S. in Applied Physics from Moscow Physical-Technical Institute and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Institute of Precision Mechanics and Computer Technology of the USSR Academy of Sciences.
information systems; data structures; associative memories and processors; computer organization; mathematical modeling, Physics, electronics, computer science, and biological cybernetics