Konstantin PANKRASHKIN
Born on January 1, 1978, in Torbeevo (Mordovia), USSR, now Russia
French and Russian nationality
Working languages: English, French, German, Russian
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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 Paris-Sud
2003-2008: Temporary and visiting positions at the Humboldt-University, the University Paris-Nord and the University Paris-Sud
1999-2002: Doctoral studies at the Institute for problems in mechanics in Moscow, Russia, and the Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany
1994-1999: 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 Paris-Sud
    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 Humboldt-University of Berlin
    Thesis: Semiclassical methods for the two-dimensional 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: Form-local point perturbations, advisor: Vladimir Geyler

Research activities

  • Topics: spectral theory, operator theory, asymptotic analysis, mathematical physics
  • Publications: see here

Events organized

Participation in projects, funding obtained

  • PI in the French-Czech project "New challenges for the operator extension theory in the modern physics" (PHC Barrande, 2018-2019),
  • Member of the French-Russian project "Multi-dimensional semi-classical problems in condensed matter physics and quantum dynamics" (PRC CNRS, 2017-2019),
  • PI in of the French-Austrian project "Spectral analysis of boundary value problems" (PHC Amadeus, 2017-2018),
  • Member of the GDR Quantum dynamics (since 2009),
  • Member of the GDR Analysis of PDEs (since 2008),
  • Member of the ANR project NOSEVOL: Non-self-adjoint operators, semiclassical analysis and evolution equations (2012-2015),
  • PI in the French-Russian project "Asymptotic and spectral analysis of periodic operators" (CNRS, 2013),
  • Member of the ANR project EMTMD "Mathematical study of electronic transport in disordered media" (2008-2011),
  • 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" (2006-2007),
  • Member of the German-New Zealand project "Mathematical theory of quantum networks" (WTZ BMBF, 2006-2007),
  • Member of the collaborative reseach center SFB 647 "Space, Time, Matter: Analytic and Geometric Structures" (2005-2008),
  • Member of the collaborative reseach center SFB 288 "Differential geometry and quantum physics" (2000-2003),
  • Member of the German-Russian project "Mathematical models of nanostructures: spectral problems and scattering properties" (DFG, 2004-2007),
  • Member of the INTAS project (Germany-Italy-Ukraine-Russia) "Spectral problems for Schrödinger-type operators" (2002-2005),
  • Member of the German-Russian project "Periodic systems in magnetic fields" (DFG, 1999-2002).

Miscellaneous


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