Maria Gordina 
Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut Storrs, CT 06269 phone (office): (860) 4862158 maria.gordina at uconn.edu 

Education: 
Cornell University, Ph.D in Mathematics, August 1998
Dissertation: Holomorphic functions and the heat kernel measure on an infinite dimensional complex orthogonal group, Advisor: Professor Leonard Gross. 

Leningrad State University, Diploma in Mathematics, 1990
Dissertation: Denseness of fractions in L_p for p less than 1, Advisor: Professor Alexey B. Aleksandrov. 

Employment:  
2013  present  Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
2007  2013  Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
2003  2007  Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
2000  2002  NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Mathematics, University of California at San Diego.  
1998  2000  Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON Canada.  
19901992  Assistant Professor at the Mathematics Department, Leningrad ElectroTechnical Institute, Leningrad, Russia.  
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2013  present  Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
2007  2013  Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
2003  2007  Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.  
20012002  Instructor at the University of California at San Diego for a calculus course.  
19982000  Lecturer at McMaster University for second and third year courses on differential equations.  
19921997  Teaching Assistant at Cornell University.  
19901992  Assistant Professor at Leningrad ElectroTechnical Institute and Leningrad Institute of Railroad Engineers, Leningrad, Russia. Lecturer for calculus courses at different levels, including special course on Fourier analysis for radiophysics students.  
19851990  Taught at the School for Young Mathematicians, Leningrad, Russia. Director of the School in 19881990.  
1986, 1987  Organized and taught at Summer Camps for Young Mathematician, Leningrad, Russia.  
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PhD students: 
Fanny Shum's Thesis Malva Asaad's Thesis Alex Baldenko's Thesis John Haga's Thesis Mang Wu's Thesis Bob Wooster's Thesis  
Honors and University Scholar Theses surpervised: 
Edward Novikov's Thesis Aaron Nelson's Thesis An old (2012) more complete CV of Masha Gordina 