From 1991, V.I. Resin is the first deputy of the prime minister of the Moscow government and the manager of the Complex of architecture, building, development, and reconstruction of the city.
V.I. Resin is known as a prominent building engineer, a skilled scientist, and a public man, who has made a great contribution to the development and implementation of the General Layout of Moscow and the Moscow province. Possessing a unique scientific and practical experience, he became one of the creators of the engineering infrastructure of the city, unprecedented in importance, which determines the prospects of development of Moscow. The basis for these results is the complex systems approach developed by V.I. Resin to the city as the basic element of the territorial arrangement.
A distinguishing feature of V.I. Resin is the continuous striving for extending his knowledge, increasing the scientific potential, and mastering new approaches to the control of development of the city. They are reflected in more than 80 publications, among which there are 15 monographs.
In 1996, he maintained the thesis for the degree of Doctor on the economic subject "System regulation of the functional-spatial development of the city", and in the same year he organized and headed the department of economics and control of urban building in the Plekhanov Russian Economic Academy.
V.I. Resin is the laureate of State prizes of the USSR and Russia, the honored
builder of the Russian Federation, and the academician of the Russian Academy
of Architecture and Building Sciences, the Russian Engineering Academy, and
the International Academy of Informatization.
Yuri S. Popkov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, born in 1937. He graduated from the Moscow Energy Institute, worked in the Institute of Control Problems. From 1976, he works in the Institute of Systems Analysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In the time of his activities, he worked his way up from engineer to assistant director of the scientific work. In 1964, he maintained the thesis for a Candidate's degree and in 1970, the thesis for the degree of Doctor.
His sphere of scientific interests centers on problems of the mathematical investigation of complex dynamic systems that have a dual nature -a stochastic and a deterministic one. He developed the methods of investigation of the so- called systems effects arising in multiple element systems. These results provided the basis for the development of methods of functional-spatial modeling of urban, transport, and regional systems. Many of these methods have found application in the practical activity for the formation and implementation of the Master Plan of Moscow development.
Yu. S. Popkov is the author of more than 120 scientific papers and 9 monographs.
In 1999 he was given the rank of the Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation. Yu. S. Popkov is a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the International Academy of Information Processes and Technologies.