Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Division of Mathematical and Natural Sciences
I work in the area of Real Analysis, more precisely, degenerate elliptic PDEs. I study properties of solutions to such equations and associated metric measure spaces. It turns out that metric spaces associated to some infinitely degenerate operators are not geometrically doubling, and there is not much theory available for such spaces yet. I received my Masters degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and a PhD from the University of Calgary in Canada. I received an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship, which I took at McMaster University, and then I had a one year postdoc at the University of Pennsylvania before joining Reed in 2016.
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