Dr. Stanislav Molchanov


Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD and Dr. Sc. (Advanced Phd) degree, Moscow State University

Biography: Dr. Molchanov is a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. He is an the academic advisor for the International Laboratory at the National Research University at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. He is an author of four monographs and more than 350 papers in the leading mathematical journals and a world renowned expert in mathematical physics, random processes and their applications, quantum graphs, homogenization, localization, intermittency, fractals, population dynamics, and more. Please see here to read more about Prof. Molchanov’s contributions summarized during a conference organized in honor of his 80th birthday. Prof. Molchanov has been a Visiting Fellow at the Isaac Newton Institute at Cambridge University four times including most recently he has received the prestigious Rothschild Fellowship to visit Cambridge during Spring 2022. Prof. Molchanov is a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals Random Operators and Stochastic Equations, Journal of Spectral Theory, and Mathematical and Theoretical Physics. In the last five years alone, he has been supported by two grants from the NSF, one grant from the Russian Science Foundation and a research grant from Bielefeld University (Germany). He has supervised 17 Ph.D. students at UNC, Charlotte. Over the span of his career, Dr. Molchanov has supervised more than 50 Ph.D. students as well as supervised 3 post Ph.D. scholars towards the Doctor of Sciences degree in Russia. Learn more about Dr. Molchanov here