Alexander Teplyaev
University of Connecticut
email:
teplyaevuconn.edu
http://www.math.uconn.edu/~teplyaev
Education:
Ph.D. (Mathematics, with Robert Strichartz), Cornell University, 1998;
M.S. (Mathematical Physics, with Barry Simon), California Institute of Technology, 1993;
Researchertrainee, Steklov Institute (LOMI), Academy of Sciences, Russia, 19901992;
Diploma with Honors in Mathematics and Education (with Ildar Ibragimov), SaintPetersburg State University, Russia, 1990;
SaintPetersburg schools 524 and 239.
Employment:
2012present, Professor, University of Connecticut;
20062012, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut;
20032006, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut;
20002002, NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow;
19982000, Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University (Canada).
Teaching:
UConn,
Bielefeld,
San Diego,
McMaster,
Cornell.
Selected visiting positions:
University of Bielefeld, Germany;
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy;
Newton Institute, University of Cambridge, UK;
University of California (Riverside and San Diego).
Selected Honors:
Humboldt Foundation Fellowship, 2008;
AMS Centennial Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2000
(declined because it
could not be held concurrently with the NSF Fellowship I had already accepted);
NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2000;
Alfred P. Sloan Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 1996;
Honor Prize for Young Researcher, Steklov Mathematical Institute, 1991;
Diploma with Honors, SaintPetersburg State University, 1990;
prizes in SaintPetersburg and national mathematics and physics olympiads, 198085.
NSF research support:

Random, Stochastic, and Selfsimilar Equations
20162019 1613025 $150,000.00 PI

Sixth Cornell Conference on
Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
20172018 1700187 $30,000.00 coPI

Fifth Cornell Conference on Analysis,
Probability and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
20142015 1361934 $49,500.00 coPI

REU Site: Mathematics REU at UConn
20132017 1262929 $324,000.00 coPI

Random, Stochastic, and Selfsimilar Equations
20112015 1106982 $355,173.00 PI

Random, Stochastic, and Selfsimilar Equations
20082011 0806103 $235,693.00 PI

Random, Stochastic, and Selfsimilar Equations
20052008 0505622 $80,000.00 PI

Analysis on fractals
20002002 0071575 $90,000.00 PI
Selected service:
 Math UConn REU Site coPI 20132017
 Math UConn REU Director 20082012
 Other research with students
 Mathematics Graduate Admissions Director 20082011
 Editor, JOURNAL OF FRACTAL GEOMETRY,
European Mathematical Society
 Conferences coorganized:

The 7th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
June 2020

The 6th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
June 1317, 2017

AMS 2016 special session
Analysis, Probability and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
March 1920, 2016, Stony Brook NY
program and pdf files

The 5th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
June 1115, 2014

The 4th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
September 1013, 2011
program

Waves and quantum fields on fractals
Technion  Israel Institute of Technology, June 2630, 2011

AMS 2010 special session
Analysis, Probability and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
October 23, 2010, Syracuse NY

Analysis on Graphs and its Applications Followup Meeting
Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK
July 2630, 2010

Workshop on
Fine properties of stochastic processes
November 2009, University of Bielefeld (Germany)

AMS 2008 Middletown special session
Analysis on Metric Measure Spaces and on Fractals
October 1112, 2008

The 3rd Cornell Conference on Analysis and Probability on Fractals
June 1115, 2008

Analysis on Graphs and Fractals
Cardiff University: 29 May  2 June, 2007

Analysis on Graphs and its Applications
Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK
2007 six month programme

Gregynog2007

AMS 2006 UConn special session
Analysis and Probability on Fractals

The 2nd Cornell Conference on Analysis and Probability on Fractals
May 31  June 4, 2005

The 1st Cornell Conference on Analysis and Probability on Fractals
June 16  20, 2002
Ph.D. students and postdocs: