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Source: Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Stanislav and Sergey Evtyukov

St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering is proud of its scientific dynasties. Loyalty to the profession, high responsibility and determination – these are the wonderful qualities that the members of the Evtyukov family possess.

Sergey Arkadyevich Evtyukov, professor of the department of ground transport and technological machines, director of the Institute of Road Safety of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering, graduated with honors from LISI in 1975. He went from assistant to first vice-rector, from student to professor.

From 1997 to 2023 he was the head of the department of ground transport and technological machines, from 2007 to 2011 and from 2013 to 2018 – dean of the Faculty of Automobile and Highway Engineering. Since 2013, he has headed a scientific school in the field of road safety in St. Petersburg.

Sergei Arkadyevich made a great personal contribution to the achievements of the department, preparing more than fifteen graduate students and doctoral students. He always gives lectures at a high scientific and methodological level, collaborates widely with leading research and production organizations, and conducts consultations and examinations. He made more than 500 scientific reports at international scientific and practical symposia and conferences.

Sergei Arkadyevich’s wife, Svetlana Gennadievna Evtyukova (Shorshneva), graduated from LISI in 1989.

The daughter of Sergei Arkadyevich, Ksenia Sergeevna Evtyukova, studied at our university in 2004–2009. with a degree in Organizational Management. In 2012 she defended her PhD thesis. In 2017, together with her husband, she graduated from the master’s program at the Faculty of Automobile and Road Transport.

Sergei Arkadyevich’s son, Stanislav Sergeevich Evtyukov, has been heading the department of transport systems at the Faculty of Automobile and Highways since 2021 and is a leading expert at the Institute of Road Safety of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering. He pays great attention to improving the level of engineering and fundamental natural science training of students and graduate students, and introducing new scientific achievements into the educational process.

Stanislav Sergeevich’s entire career is connected with SPbGASU: student, graduate student, assistant, senior lecturer, associate professor, head of the department of transport systems. He has trained more than 500 specialists who work in St. Petersburg, in other regions of Russia and abroad; some of them already occupy high management positions in government organizations and commercial companies.

In 2020, Stanislav Sergeevich defended his doctoral dissertation, becoming one of the youngest doctors of technical sciences in the country and the first to defend his doctorate under the program for stimulating the training of scientific personnel and the development of scientific activity at St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering.

Stanislav Sergeevich manages to successfully combine teaching activities with scientific and practical work. He is a member of the working group of the Commission for Ensuring Road Safety under the Governor of St. Petersburg, works as Deputy General Director for Science and Technology of the small investment enterprise SPbGASU-Dorservice.

In addition, Stanislav Sergeevich Evtyukov is the chief forensic video-autotechnical expert of the Institute of Road Safety of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering in the field of reconstruction of road accidents. Over 13 years of work, he conducted more than 3,000 examinations throughout Russia. For many years he was a leading specialist at the Forensic Science Center under the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation.

Stanislav Sergeevich cooperates with leading universities and research organizations in the field of transport services, transport planning and road safety. His methodological developments and recommendations have found application both in universities of St. Petersburg and in Russian and foreign technical universities, and scientific developments have been introduced in construction, highway and transport organizations.

Gennady Nikolaevich Shorshnev (photo from the archives of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering)

Stanislav Sergeevich’s grandfather and Svetlana Gennadievna’s father, Gennady Nikolaevich Shorshnev, was the rector of LISI from 1985 to 1990.

Gennady Nikolaevich graduated from LISI in 1959 and worked at the university since 1961. He took part in the activities of State Commissions for examining the technical condition of buildings and structures in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region. He became the founder of a scientific direction in the field of research into structures and calculations of special reinforced concrete structures with a high content of design reinforcement of small diameters in sections. Since 1970, at the Department of Reinforced Concrete and Stone Structures of LISI, together with the Leningrad Research Institute of Experimental Design, under his leadership, the study of reinforced concrete high-pressure vessels for nuclear reactors began. As a result, heavy reinforced cement was developed – a new type of reinforced concrete for pressure vessels. Many domestic scientists attended Shorshnev’s scientific school.

Gennady Nikolaevich Shorshnev was one of the leaders of the scientific school of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering “Construction”, which was among the winners of the competition of scientific, pedagogical and scientific schools of St. Petersburg in 2006.

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