**Alexander Teplyaev
University of Connecticut**

email:

**teplyaev**uconn.edu

https://alexander-teplyaev.uconn.edu/

**Professional Preparation: ** 2000-2002, NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow (MSPRF); 1998-2000, Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University (Canada); Ph.D. (Mathematics, with Robert Strichartz), Cornell University, 1998; M.S. (Mathematical Physics, with Barry Simon), California Institute of Technology, 1993; Researcher–trainee, Steklov Institute (LOMI), Academy of Sciences, Russia, 1990-1992; Diploma with Honors in Mathematics and Education (Probability with Ildar Ibragimov), Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia, 1990; Saint-Petersburg schools 524 and 239.

**Employment: ** 2012–present, Professor, University of Connecticut; 2006-2012, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut; 2003-2006, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut.

**Teaching: ** UConn, Bielefeld, San Diego, McMaster, Cornell.

**Selected visiting positions: ** University of Bielefeld, Germany; CentraleSupélec Université Paris-Saclay; Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; Newton Institute, University of Cambridge, UK; University of California (Riverside and San Diego).

**Selected Honors: **Fulbright Specialist Program 2022, Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant 2021-2026, Research Excellence Program Award 2019; Provost’s Open Educational Resources Award 2017**; ** Humboldt Foundation Fellowship 2008-11; 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 2000-02; Alfred P. Sloan Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship 1996-97; Honor Prize for Young Researcher, Steklov Mathematical Institute 1991; Diploma with Honors, Saint-Petersburg State University 1990; prizes in Saint-Petersburg and national mathematics and physics olympiads 1980-85.

** NSF research support: **

- Cornell 7th Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals

2019–2022 2000148 $49,950.00 co-PI - Random, Stochastic, and Self-similar Equations

2016–2020 1613025 $150,000.00 PI - REU Site: Mathematics REU at UConn

2020–2023 1950543 $404,760.00 co-PI - REU Site: Differential Geometry, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Finance, and Mathematics Education

2017–2020 1659643 $315,001.00 co-PI - 6th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals

2017–2018 1700187 $30,000.00 co-PI - 5th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals

2014–2015 1361934 $49,500.00 co-PI - REU Site: Mathematics REU at UConn

2013–2017 1262929 $324,000.00 co-PI - Random, Stochastic, and Self-similar Equations

2011–2015 1106982 $355,173.00 PI - Random, Stochastic, and Self-similar Equations

2008–2011 0806103 $235,693.00 PI - Random, Stochastic, and Self-similar Equations

2005–2008 0505622 $80,000.00 PI - Analysis on fractals

2000–2002 0071575 $90,000.00 PI

**Selected service: **

- Math UConn REU Site co-PI 2013-2022
- Math UConn REU Director 2008-2012
- Other research with students
- Editor, JOURNAL OF FRACTAL GEOMETRY, European Mathematical Society
- Connecticut Open Educational Resource Coordinating Council member
- Mathematics Graduate Admissions Director 2008-2011
- Conferences co-organized:
- The 7th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
**June 2022** - AMS 2019 special session Differential Equations on Fractals January 2019, Baltimore MD
- The 6th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals June 13-17, 2017
- AMS 2016 special session Analysis, Probability and Mathematical Physics on Fractals March 19-20, 2016, Stony Brook NY program and pdf files
- The 5th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals June 11-15, 2014
- The 4th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals September 10–13, 2011 program
- Waves and quantum fields on fractals Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, June 26–30, 2011
- AMS 2010 special session Analysis, Probability and Mathematical Physics on Fractals October 2-3, 2010, Syracuse NY
- Analysis on Graphs and its Applications Follow-up Meeting Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK July 26–30, 2010
- Workshop on Fine properties of stochastic processes November 2009, University of Bielefeld (Germany)
- AMS 2008 special session Analysis on Metric Measure Spaces and on Fractals Middletown CT, October 11-12, 2008
- The 3rd Cornell Conference on Analysis and Probability on Fractals June 11-15, 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 special session Analysis and Probability on Fractals UConn
- 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

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

**Postdocs and Ph.D. students: **

- 2016-
**2020**Gamal Mograby, Ph.D. student (co-advised with Gerald Dunne). Postdoc at the UMD/Tufts with Kasso A. Okoudjou. - 2016-
**2019**Patricia Alonso-Ruiz, Feodor Lynen Postdoctoral Fellowship, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Evarist Giné Assistant Research Professor. Next job: a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University. - 2012-
**2017**Antoni Brzoska, Ph.D. student (co-advised with Luke Rogers; first job: Neurogazer). - 2012-
**2017**Ulysses Andrews, Ph.D. student (first job: Ab Initio Software). - 2013-
**2016**Joe P. Chen, postdoctoral fellow, Associate Professor at Colgate University. - 2010-
**2014**Daniel Kelleher, Ph.D. student (first job: Golomb Visiting Assistant Professor at Purdue University, now at Mount Holyoke College). - 2011-
**2014**Leonard (Jay) Wilkins, postdoctoral fellow (jointly mentored with Luke Rogers), a tenure-track Assistant Professor at the UNCP and US Army Research Office. - 2011-
**2013**Michael Hinz, Feodor Lynen Research Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (next job: an Assistant Professor at Bielefeld University). - 2008-
**2010**Marius Ionescu, postdoctoral fellow (jointly mentored with Luke Rogers) a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Colgate University, now an Associate Professor at the US Naval Academy. - 2007-
**2010**Benjamin Steinhurst, Ph.D. student (first job: NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell University), Associate Professor at the McDaniel College. - 2004-
**2007**Anders Pelander, Ph.D. Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, co-advised with Anders Oberg (first job: University Lecturer/Assitant Professor, Narvik University College, Norway).

Department of Mathematics

University of Connecticut

Storrs, CT 06269-1009

USA