I am a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Texas at Dallas. I joined UT Dallas on September 1st 2013, before this
I was a group leader at the
Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (5-year contract started Sep 2012), a Humboldt Research Fellow at the
University of Cologne (2-year contract started Jan 2012),
a Marie Curie Fellow (2-year contract started Oct 2008) and Teaching Fellow (2 year contract) at
Imperial College London , a Junior Researcher at
Voronezh State University (from Jun 2006).
2-month Visiting Fellowship from
GNAMPA (Gruppo Nazionale per l'Analisi Matematica, per la Probabilita e
le loro Applicazioni) for pursuing research at the University of Siena, Italy, Nov-Dec 2006 (€3000)
Fall, Spring 2013/2014
Undergraduate course Calculus MATH 2413, UT Dallas
2011/2012, 2010/2011: undergraduate course
"Mathematics for the students of the Department of
Chemistry" (Imperial College London).
15-lecture Ergodic theory course (4th and 5th years, Imperial College)
jointly with M. Rasmussen
substitute for Prof Crowdy, 9 lectures on Distributions and Fourier series (final year Mechanical Engineering undergraduates,
Fall 2009/2010: substitute for Prof Lamb, 4 lectures on Markov partitions from Dynamical Systems
course, (Mathematics undegraduates and graduates, Imperial College)
intensive from 5- to 10-lecture courses on various aspects of Modelling in Physics
and Mathematics (High School Teachers, Voronezh State Institute for Teachers'
Retraining). Several Rector's Teaching Awards.