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Vadim Vologodsky

  • Vadim Vologodsky has been at HSE since 2015.

Education and Degrees

  • 2001
    PhD
  • 1996

    Diploma in Mathematics
    Higher College of Mathematics, Independent University of Moscow

  • 1983

    Diploma
    Harvard University

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Courses (2015/2016)

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2013
Recent ad- vances in Hodge theory: period domains, algebraic cycles, and arithmetic. Presentation: Non-commutative local monodromy theorem

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After Turning Down Offers in New York and Berlin, Chinese Student Pursues Mathematics Training at HSE

For DaoDao Yang, a native of Dali, China, choosing a programme in mathematics came down to the decision of where he felt most challenged and most comfortable. This ultimately meant turning down offers at New York University and the Berlin Mathematical School to accept an offer from the Master’s programme at the Higher School of Economics. In an extensive interview with the HSE news service, Dao Dao recently spoke about what led him to choose HSE for his postgraduate study; his impressions of the programme, its professors and his fellow students; and his future plans.

American Student Does Mathematical Research at HSE

Nicholas Howell is a PhD student at University of Oregon. He came to HSE Faculty of Mathematics on the invitation of his research advisor Vadim Vologodsky to do research during two months. In his interview Nick talks about his time in Moscow.