Eugene . Karolinsky
Docent (associate professor) of department of fundamental mathematics, phd in mathematics
Undergraduate: Kharkov State University, 1989 – 1994. Graduate: Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Mathematics Division, 1994 – 1997.
PhD in mathematics; PhD thesis “Poisson homogeneous spaces of Poisson-Lie groups”, Kharkov, 1998 (advisor — Prof. Vladimir Drinfeld).
Works at Department of Pure Mathematics, Kharkov, Ukraine, since 1997 (1997 – 2003: Assistant Professor, since 2003: Associate Professor).
Spring 2005, 2005 – 2006 & Spring 2007 at University of Notre Dame, Department of Mathematics, Visiting Associate Professor.
Fields of interest: Lie algebras, Quantum groups, Poisson geometry, Representation theory.
Author/coauthor of 20 papers in mathematics.
Lectures in Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Lie Theory, Representation Theory, Algebraic Number Theory, Sheaf Theory, Cryptography.