Ivan Kuzmin, Head of Russia’s Division of High Performance Mathematical Libraries, will replace CEO of Research and Development
Intel in Russia by Marina Alekseev. Since October 2019, Ivan has been her deputy.
Marina Alekseeva began her work at Intel’s Nizhny Novgorod unit in 2000. In 2007, she became Director of Global Services, responsible for the final stage of software development
providing Intel and launching it. In 2015, Marina Alekseeva became CEO of Intel Research and Development in Russia. In recent years, she has succeeded in expanding her mission
scale of the Intel Research and Development Center in Nizhny Novgorod, transforming the unit into one of the world’s leading R&D centers. Marina Alekseeva became the first vice-president
Intel in Russia. Marina Alekseeva’s decision to leave her post stems from her desire to devote more time to family and personal projects related to preparing a new generation of leaders. she will leave
company in March 2020.
Ivan Kuzmin joined Intel in 2004. Until 2011, he managed software projects and teams in Russia and abroad, such as automation of various
services and optimization of business processes within the company. From 2011 to 2013, he worked in the US at Intel Headquarters, where he was responsible for building a distributed international team,
ensures the continuity of the software development process in the company, as well as the implementation of best practices for its creation. For his management success he was awarded the Internal Intel IT Manager Award
Excellence Award. After returning to Russia, Ivan headed the department of high-performance mathematical libraries. Under his leadership, new libraries were created in Intel’s Russian division
for data analysis (Intel Data Analytics Acceleration Library) and autonomous vehicles (Intel Autonomous Driving Library). From October 2019, Ivan held the position of Deputy General
Intel’s R&D director in Russia, responsible for, among other things, building an employer brand and developing employees.
Ivan graduated from the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics at Nizhny Novgorod State University. NO. Lobachevsky is the author of articles on artificial intelligence and
unmanned vehicles. He holds a PhD in Political Science – has defended his thesis “Global Informatization and its Political and Technological Support”.