Sergey Gulyi2


Sergey Gulyi, Ph.D.

Head, North-Eastern Permafrost Station


Tel.: 4132-655915



Projects2 Publications2

Educational Background

  • M.S., Far-Eastern Polytechnic Institute, Vladivostok, 1981
  • Ph.D. (Engineering), Permafrost Institute, Yakutsk, 2001. Dissertation: Application of Heat Pumps in Permafrost Geotechnology


Research Interests

  • ground temperature monitoring
  • stability of buildings and structures on permafrost
  • effect of snow cover on the ground thermal regime
  • heat pump application in permafrost areas



  • Associate Member, Scientific Advisory Council, Magadanenergo Co.
  • Member, Scientific Council, North-East Interdisciplinary Science Research Institute
  • Member, Scientific Council, Melnikov Permafrost Institute


Field Work

  • 1998-present – embankment and foundation temperature monitoring, Arkagalinskaya Hydropower Station dam on the Myaundzha River, Magadan Province
  • 2008-present – air, surface, snow and ground temperature monitoring in Magadan and its vicinities
  • 2010 – condition assessment of the Ice Sports Complex foundation, Magadan
  • 2009, 2010 – condition survey of power transmission line supports in the Magadan Province
  • 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 – condition survey of hydro-engineering facilities in the Magadan Province
  • 2004 – condition assessment of the foundation, Russian National Bank Office building in Town of Susuman
  • 2003-2004 – condition survey and performance monitoring of the dam on Zharky Creek, Town of Orotukan


Teaching Involvement

North-Eastern State University, Magadan

  • 2005 – lecturer, Engineering Geology course
  • 2005-2012 – consultant on Foundation Engineering program
  • 2009-2012 – member of thesis examination committees in the Department of Industrial and Civil Engineering
  • 2010-2011 – Ph.D. research advisor (I. Rozhelevsky)