
Konstantin PANKRASHKIN
Born on January 1, 1978, in Torbeevo (Mordovia), USSR, now Russia
French and Russian nationality
Working languages: English, French, German, Russian
Homepage
CV détaillé en français (14/03/2019):
pdf
Short CV
Since 2008: Lecturer (maître de conférences), then Senior Lecturer (maître de conférences hors classe) in mathematics at the
University ParisSud
20032008: Temporary and visiting positions at the HumboldtUniversity, the University ParisNord
and the University ParisSud
19992002: Doctoral studies at the Institute for problems in mechanics in Moscow, Russia,
and the HumboldtUniversity of Berlin, Germany
19941999: Study of applied mathematics at the Ogarev Mordovian State University, Saransk, Russia
Degrees
 Habilitation degree in mathematics (Habilitation à diriger des recherches) obtained in 2010 at the University ParisSud
Thesis: On the analysis of some mathematical models coming from quantum mechanics, referees: Bernard Helffer,
Vladimir Georgescu, Pavel Exner
 Doctorate in mathematics (Doctor rerum naturalium) obtained in 2002 at the HumboldtUniversity of Berlin
Thesis: Semiclassical methods for the twodimensional Schrödinger operators with a strong magnetic field,
advisors: Jochen Brüning and
Sergey Dobrokhotov
 Master's degree in applied mathematics (Diploma of higher education) obtained in 1999 at the Ogarev Mordovian State University
Thesis: Formlocal point perturbations,
advisor: Vladimir Geyler
Research activities
 Topics: spectral theory, operator theory, asymptotic analysis, mathematical physics
 Publications: see here
Events organized
 MFO MW 1941c  Selfadjoint extensions in new settings, Oberwolfach, 612 October 2019,
 Aspect'19  Asymptotic analysis and spectral theory, Orsay, 30 September  4 October 2019,
 Semiclassical and geometric asymptotics in mathematical physics, Toulon, 2425 April 2018,
 Aspect'17  Asymptotic analysis and spectral theory, Trier, 2529 September 2017,
 Aspect'15  Asymptotic analysis and spectral theory, Orsay, 57 October 2015,
 MFO MW 1449b  Eigenvalue problems in surface superconductivity, Oberwolfach, 30 November  6 December 2014,
 Aspect'12  Asymptotic analysis and spectral theory on noncompact structures, Mainz, 1012 September 2012,
 MFO MW 1201b  Boundary value problems and spectral geometry, Oberwolfach, 17 January 2012,
 Operator theory and boundary value problems, Orsay, 2527 May 2011,
 Mathematical physics and spectral theory (in memory of Vladimir A. Geyler, 19432007), Berlin, 2426 April 2008,
 Mathematical models of nanostructures: spectral problems and scattering properties, Berlin, 2527 April 2005 (local organizer),
 Spectral problems for Schrödingertype operators, Berlin, 1114 November 2003 (local organizer).
Participation in projects, funding obtained
 PI in the FrenchCzech project "New challenges for the operator extension theory in the modern physics" (PHC Barrande, 20182019),
 Member of the FrenchRussian project "Multidimensional semiclassical problems in condensed matter physics and quantum dynamics" (PRC CNRS, 20172019),
 PI in of the FrenchAustrian project "Spectral analysis of boundary value problems" (PHC Amadeus, 20172018),
 Member of the GDR Quantum dynamics (since 2009),
 Member of the GDR Analysis of PDEs (since 2008),
 Member of the ANR project NOSEVOL: Nonselfadjoint operators, semiclassical analysis and evolution equations (20122015),
 PI in the FrenchRussian project "Asymptotic and spectral analysis of periodic operators" (CNRS, 2013),
 Member of the ANR project EMTMD "Mathematical study of electronic transport in disordered media" (20082011),
 Individual Marie Curie Fellowship for the project "Quantum graphs with random and quasiperiodic interactions" (2008),
 DFG research fellowship for the project "Spectral analysis of periodic quantum graphs and their deformations" (20062007),
 Member of the GermanNew Zealand project "Mathematical theory of quantum networks" (WTZ BMBF, 20062007),
 Member of the collaborative reseach center SFB 647 "Space, Time, Matter: Analytic and Geometric Structures" (20052008),
 Member of the collaborative reseach center SFB 288 "Differential geometry and quantum physics" (20002003),
 Member of the GermanRussian project "Mathematical models of nanostructures: spectral problems and scattering properties" (DFG, 20042007),
 Member of the INTAS project (GermanyItalyUkraineRussia) "Spectral problems for Schrödingertype operators" (20022005),
 Member of the GermanRussian project "Periodic systems in magnetic fields" (DFG, 19992002).
Miscellaneous
Back to the homepage
