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educator , Mathematician

Vladimir G. Maz'ya, Russian mathematician, educator. Recipient prize Leningrad Mathematics Society, 1965, Alexander von Humboldt prize 2000, (Kresin) Sharp Real Parts Theorems, 2007, (Schmidt) Approximate Approximations, 2008, (Shaposhnikova) Theory of Sobelev Multipliers, 2008. Fellow Royal Society Edinburgh (correspondent), Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

Background

Maz'ya, Vladimir G. was born on December 31, 1937 in Leningrad, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Arrived in Sweden, 1990.

Education

Diploma in Mathematics and Mechanics (honorary), Leningrad University, 1960. Doctorate, Moscow University, 1962. Doctorate (honorary), University Rostock, Germany, 1990.

Career

Junior researcher Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics Leningrad University, 1960-1964, senior researcher, 1964-1986. Lecturer Leningrad Shipbuilding Institute, 1968-1972, professor, 1971. With Leningrad Institute Engineering Studies, 1986-1990.

Professor University Linköping, Sweden, since 1990.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Edinburgh (correspondent), Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

Connections

Married Tatyana Shaposhnikova.

spouse:
Tatyana Shaposhnikova.