Chalmers University of Technology — 2015–Present
Master’s program Computer Science: Algorithms, Languages, and Logic. Language technology and functional programming study track.

Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University — 2005–2011
Graduated with a specialist degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.

Work experience

Digital Grammars, Göteborg – 2017–Present
I am developing a general library for multilingual natural language generation with Grammatical Framework.

Philosophy Department of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad – 2011–2015
Collaborated in some research projects in the intersection of ontology, logic, and theory of argumentation.

Kaliningrad branch of National Centre for Contemporary Arts – 2015
Volunteered in a digital art project and created an augmented reality component of the installation Tatlin’s Tower by Dmitry Bulatov and Alexey Chebykin.

Independent front-end web developer — 2013–2015
Participated in a variety of projects: an online voting system for collective of a real estate owners, front-end framework for, several small education portals (e.g.,,

Nextouch, Kaliningrad — 2012–2013
.NET outsource developer. Development of applications for multi-touch tables for restaurants and exhibitions.

Neolant-Tenaks (engineering and IT solutions for energy industry), Kaliningrad – 2011–2012
.NET outsource developer. Visualization of the radioactive-contamination-spread simulation of the area around a nuclear power plant.

Computation Centre of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad – 2010–2011
Maintained a mainframe as an assistant to a system administrator when studying in the last year of the specialist program in IKBFU.


A scholarship of Vladimir Potanin Fellowship Program in 2006, 2007, and 2008.


  • Angelov, K., Lobanov, G. (2016). Predicting Translation Equivalents in Linked WordNets. In Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Hybrid Approaches to Translation (HyTra6). Osaka, Japan: The COLING 2016 Organizing Committee, pp. 26–32.
  • Lobanov, G. (2013). Basic Formal Ontology for system model of argumentation., vol. 11.
  • Lobanov, G., Khizanishvili, D. (2012). Summary view of ontologies: computer science, artificial intelligence, and theory of argumentation., vol. 8.

Google Scholar


  • Haskell, Grammatical Framework
  • .Net, C#, WPF
  • PHP, JavaScript, Node.js, HTML/CSS, Sass


Russian, English, German


Literature, philosophy, writing, politics