Alexei Venkov

Professor Emeritus

Curriculum Vitae

Education:
Graduate School, Mathematical Faculty, Leningrad (St. Petersburg)
State University, 1964-1969.
PhD study at the same faculty 1969-1972. PhD degree 1973.

Academic qualifications:
The Doctor of Science Degree from the Steklov Mathematical Institute, 1980.

Employment:
The Steklov Mathematical Institute, 1973-2001 (from 1990 on leave),
from 1973 junior, and from 1979 senior researcher
From 1998-2004 a principal investigator of MaPhySto (The Danish National Research
Foundation)

Current permanent position:
Lektor, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus, November 2001 –

Research interests:
Spectral theory of automorphic functions and its applications to number theory
and mathematical physics.

Long-term visiting professor position:
Institute des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (IHES), Bures-sur-Yvette, France, Fall 1990
University of Göttingen, Germany, Fall 1991
Université Paris 6, Ecole Normale, Paris, France, Fall 1992 – Spring 1993
Max-Planck Institut für Mathematik, Bonn, Germany, Fall 1993 – Spring 1994, Fall 1997
MSRI, Berkeley, USA, Fall 1994
Stanford University, USA, Spring 1995
Institute Henri Poincaré, Paris, France, Fall 1995
University of Lille, France, Spring and Summer 1996, Spring 1998
Aarhus University, Summer 1995, Fall 1996 – Spring 1997, Fall 1998 – 2001.

Important invited talk:
International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM),
August 16-24, 1983, Warsaw, Poland

Humboldt Research Award, April 11, 2006.