Leonid graduated with honors from the Moscow Physics-Technical Institute (Russia), specializing in theoretical physics (plasma) and computer simulation. He began his career as an engineer at the Moscow Radio-Engineering Institute, received a PhD in Physics and Mathematics in 1988, and by 1990 became a senior research associate. Leonid joined one of the first software localization projects in 1991. In 1993, Leonid co-founded Logrus, one of the first professional content creation and transformation companies, and has served as the company’s CEO since then.
Leonid is the author of the 3D, hybrid approach to language quality evaluation (see the article, Reliably Measuring Something That Isn't Completely Objective: The Quality Triangle Approach to Translation Quality Assurance in Linguistics and Literature Studies) and multiple other publications.
Graduated with honors from the Moscow Physics-Technical Institute (Russia), specializing in laser physics and computer simulation. Started career as an engineer/scientific researcher at the Institute of General Physics of Academy of Sciences. Joined Logrus in 1994 as a freelance translator, completed a full path from editor, software localizer and engineer to project manager to Executive director. Extensive experience in managing huge multi-language localization projects, deep knowledge of localization tools and processes.
Denis has two college degrees. In 1995 he graduated with Honors as Linguist from Orekhovo-Zuevskij Pedagogical Institute; in 2002 Denis got a Master degree in Economics from Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys. His entire career has been with localization industry. Since 2005 in Logrus, Denis has been rising from Project Manager to Managing Director. Currently Denis is CEO in one of Logrus IT’s legal entities, as well as taking care of key Logrus IT business development projects.
Andrey graduated from Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics in 2003 with a degree in engineering. Andrey began his career at Logrus in 2005 as a Senior Project Manager in the Multilingual Department. He has implemented new services such as linguistic quality assurance and glossary maintenance from scratch and continues to oversee them. His engineering and PM background has helped him implement a new project management system that is still in use and has constantly improved – even during migration to new technologies. He has extensive experience managing projects involving 100+ languages and millions of words. Andrey supervises all software development projects and has acted as both Executive and Technical Director at the Logrus IT Group of companies since 2016.
Fedor graduated from the Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University in 2000. Started as a freelance translator in 1998, joined Logrus International Corporation in 2006 as the Department Head. Managed localization of the biggest, most complex and visible projects from world leading publishers into the Ukrainian language. Appointed the Executive Director of Logrus Ukraine in 2009. Localization professional with more than 15 years of experience, Fedor is a staunch evangelist of new localization technologies and solutions.
KyoungYeon is the President and CEO of Logrus IT Korea, a subsidiary of US-based Logrus IT, and is responsible for all aspects of the business. KyoungYeon has a proven executive management track record, with 20+ years of experience working in the localization industry. During her years in the industry KyoungYeon has acquired in-depth, hands-on familiarity with all aspects of localization, such as source extraction, preparation of translation kits, translation, localization engineering (compiles, bug-fixing, HTML QA, software functional QA), desktop publishing and delivery to client. Throughout her career, KyoungYeon has repeatedly proved her ability to lead in diverse and challenging situations. Apart from her job at Logrus IT, she currently teaches at Ewha Women’s Graduate School of Interpretation and Translation, bringing the wealth of expertise and experience in the localization industry and the ever-changing business environment to graduate students.
Rimma graduated from Baishev University Aktobe in 2000 with a degree in bookkeeping and auditing. From 2005 to 2014 she worked first as a bookkeeper, then as the director of the IT company Nikos Service. In 2011 she earned a graduate degree at the Academy of Economics and Law. She became the head of the Logrus Kazakhstan subdivision in 2014.