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Seminar
Algebraic Topology,
Geometry and Physics
RMATH Luxembourg

HGFT 2015
Higher Geometry
and Field Theory
December 2015,
Luxembourg

DISCO 2012
Integrability in
Dynamical Systems
and Control
November 2012, Rouen

"Pourquoi les mathématiques?"
Moscow, Russia, 2012
http://www.mathexpo.ru
GTSMP 2010
Gauge Theories, Supersymmetry, and
Mathematical Physics.
April 2010, Lyon

Qualification:

Qualified for the functions of Associate Professor:
  • French NUC section 25 - Mathematics,
    qualification # 13225236900;
  • French NUC section 26 - Applied mathematics and applications of mathematics,
    qualification # 13226236900.
  • French NUC section 29 - Elementary Constituents,
    qualification # 15229236900
  • Teaching activities:

    As a postdoc in the University of Luxembourg

    2015-2017
    Bachelor end of the year "memoires" - two 3rd year students
    Lectures on Linear Algebra - Bachelor 1st year, physicists and engineers (30 hours)
    Some lectures on Differential Geometry - Bachelor 3rd year
    Some lectures on Algebraic Topology - Master 1st year

    As a vacataire (teaching assistant) at the INSA de Rouen:

    2014-2015 lectures and exercises on "Algebra I semester" - 1st year, International Bilingual Section (64h)
    2013-2014 lectures and exercises on "Numerical analysis" - 3d year of the Mathematics department (9h + 21h)

    As an ATER (teaching and research fellow) at the INSA de Rouen:

    2012-2013 lectures and exercises on "Linear optimisation/programming" - 4th year of the Mathematics department (18h + 36h)
      exercises of "Algebra I semester" for STPI (42h)
      exercises of "Algebra I semester" at the international bilingual section - in English (42h)
      Complementary courses of Algebra and Analysis(18h)
      Practical projects - 4th year of the Mathematics department(36h)

    As an ATER (teaching and research fellow) at the ICJ Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (half-time = 96h):

    2011-2012 exercises of "Basic mathematical techniques I semester" for
      physicists/chemists, 2 groups, 36 hours each.
      And collaboration with the "Handicap mission"

    As a moniteur (teaching assistant) at the ICJ Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (64h/year):

    2010-2011 exams of "Algebra IV semester" for mathematicians
      18 hours.
    2009-2010 exercises of "Basic mathematical techniques I semester" for
      physicists/chemists, 2 groups, 36 hours each.
    2008-2009 exercises of "Analysis IV semester" for physicists
      36 hours.
    2008-2009 exercises with integrated lectures of "Analysis I semester" for mathematicians
      45 hours.
    Some of the materials are available on the French version of this page.

    As a teacher at Lyceum 1586:
    2003-2008 in parallel to my university studies in Moscow
    I was teaching Information Technology (several grades from the seventh to the
    graduating one ~ full time: 220-700h):
    -- lectures, exercises and practical classes of IT,
    -- lectures, exercises and practical of programming (C/C++, Pascal),
    -- lectures on higher mathematics adapted to last grades of the lyceum,
    -- specialized courses on programming applied to computer modelling in science.



    Partially updated 31.10.16.