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Andrii Dmytryshyn

Position: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Science and Technology


Phone: +46 19 303554

Room: T2121

Andrii Dmytryshyn
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About Andrii Dmytryshyn

Andrii's research interests are in the fields of matrix analysis and computational mathematics. Before starting as an Associate Senior Lecturer at Örebro University, Andrii worked and studied in Umeå (Sweden), Bordeaux (France), Padua (Italy), and Kyiv (Ukraine).

Andrii received the SIAM Student Paper Prize 2015 (which is one of the major prizes awarded by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics). He was selected as one of the top 7 candidates for the Householder Prize XX (The Householder Prize is an award for the best dissertation in numerical linear algebra in a 3-year period). Andrii was also an LAA Early Career Speaker at ILAS 2017 and invited and plenary speaker at several other conferences. Dmytryshyn is "Docent in Mathematics" since 2022.

As a principal investigator or sole applicant, Dmytryshyn received a number of grants from STINT, Umeå University, the Kempe foundations, Stiftelsen Längmanska kulturfonden, SIAM, WASP (grant for a PhD student), Wenner-Gren Foundations (grant for a postdoc), Carl Tryggers Foundation (grant for a postdoc), Örebry University, and the Swedish Research Council (VR).

Supervision of research projects at Örebry University:
PhD Projects (main supervisor):
 – Sweta Das, since October 2022.
Postdoc Projects (main supervisor): 
 – Souad Mohaoui, since 2023.
 – Massimiliano Fasi, 2020–2021.

Andrii teaches courses on numerical methods for differential equations, applied mathematics, mathematical control theory, matrix computations, and case studies in computational mathematics.

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Articles in journals

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Licentiate theses, comprehensive summaries