
Ivan Soprunov, Dr.





Research Keywords: 
 algebraic geometry, toric varieties, lattice polytopes, sparse polynomials, residues, coding theory 


Education: 
 Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Toronto, 2002
M.S., Mathematics, Moscow State University, 1996



Brief Bio: 
 I received my M.S. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from Moscow State University and my Ph.D. from the University of Toronto under the direction of Askold Khovanskii. Before coming to CSU, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 


Honors and Awards: 
 The Malcolm S. Robertson Award for excellence in research, University of Toronto, 2002 


Research Interests: 
 My research area is combinatorial and computational algebraic geometry. I have been working on algorithms for solving polynomial systems that employ additional "discrete" structures of polynomials. I am also interested in coding theory, combinatorics and geometry of convex polyhedra, toric varieties, and residue theory. 


Professional Affiliations: 
 American Mathematical Society, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics 


Professional Service: 
 Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews 


Research Grants: 
 Young Investigator Award, NSA grant (20102011, 20132014) 

