# Ivan Arzhantsev

Ivan Arzhantsev | |||
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Born | Kyiv, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic | October 22, 1972||

Nationality | Ukrainian | ||

Citizenship | Ukraine | ||

Alma mater | Moscow State University | ||

Scientific career | |||

Fields | Algebra, algebraic geometry | ||

Institutions | - Moscow State University
- Independent University of Moscow
- HSE University
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Doctoral advisor | Ernest Vinberg | ||

Website | https://www.hse.ru/en/staff/arjantsev |

**Ivan Arzhantsev** (born October 22, 1972) – Russian mathematician, dean of the Faculty of Computer Science, Higher School of Economics.

## Education

Ivan Arzhantsev was born in Kyiv (former Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic). He attended Kyiv physical and mathematical school 145. During this time, he actively participated in mathematical competitions, winning first place in the Ukrainian republican Olympiads four times and second places at the All-Union Olympiads in Donetsk (1988) and Riga (1989).^{[1]}

In 1995, Arzhantsev graduated with honours from the MSU Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics. In 1998, he defended his Candidate of Sciences degree thesis *The Actions of Reductive Groups with Spherical Orbits*;^{[2]} in 2010, he defended his doctoral thesis *Embeddings of Homogeneous Spaces and Geometric Invariant Theory*,^{[3]} both under the supervision of Professor Ernest Vinberg. In 2010, Arzhantsev became the assistant professor of the MSU Chair of Higher Algebra. In 2020, he received the academic title of professor.^{[4]}

## Career

In 1999-2019, Ivan Arzhantsev was a researcher and a lecturer at the MSU Chair of Higher Algebra. From 1999, he teaches at the Independent University of Moscow (IUM). Since 2013, he is a tenured professor at IUM.^{[5]} From 2020, Arzhantsev heads HSE University’s Laboratory on Algebraic Transformation Groups.^{[6]}

In 2012-14, Arzhantsev was the head of Yandex academic programmes. From 2013, he headed the Yandex Department of HSE University’s Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics. In 2014, the department was made into the Faculty of Computer Science; Arzhantsev became its dean.^{[7]}

## Research and work

Ivan Arzhantsev authored more than 60 research papers and 4 textbooks.^{[8]} He is a co-author of the *Cox Rings* monograph in the Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics series in 2015.^{[9]} He was the academic supervisor for 10 PhD students.^{[1]}

Arzhantsev regularly cooperates with the Fourier Institute of the Grenoble Alpes University (France) and the University of Tübingen. He is one of the creators and members of the programme committee of the conference school “Lie Algebras, Algebraic Groups, and Invariant Theory”.^{[10]}

Among his research interests are algebraic transformation groups, automorphism groups of algebraic varieties, Cox ring, Toric variety, geometric invariant theory, Graded algebra and Locally nilpotent derivation, embeddings of Homogeneous space, and Gröbner basis theory.^{[1]}

## Awards and prizes

- Grant of the President of Russia for the young candidates of sciences (2004-05).
- Academia Europaea Russia Prize for young scholars (2006).
- Pierre Deligne Grant (2008-10), Symons Awards (2011-13), Dynasty Foundation Grant for young PhDs (2012-14).
- Head of the grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation under the federal programme “Researchers and Teachers of the Innovative Russia” (2012-13).
- Head of the Russian Science Foundation Grant for research groups (2019-21).
- Honorary certificates of HSE University (2016, 2019); Certificate of the Mayor of Moscow (2017); HSE University’s Honour Award 2nd Class (2020).

## References

- ↑
^{1.0}^{1.1}^{1.2}"Иван Аржанцев – Биография" [Ivan Arzhantsev – Biography].*www.hse.ru*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "Действия редуктивных групп со сферическими орбитами - диссертация | ИСТИНА – Интеллектуальная Система Тематического Исследования НАукометрических данных" [The Actions of Reductive Groups with Spherical Orbits].
*istina.msu.ru*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "Вложения однородных пространств и геометрическая теория инвариантов - диссертация | ИСТИНА – Интеллектуальная Система Тематического Исследования НАукометрических данных" [Embeddings of Homogeneous Spaces and Geometric Invariant Theory].
*istina.msu.ru*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "Аржанцев Иван Владимирович - пользователь, сотрудник | ИСТИНА – Интеллектуальная Система Тематического Исследования НАукометрических данных" [Ivan Arzhantsev].
*istina.msu.ru*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "IUM faculty".
*ium.mccme.ru*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "Laboratory on Algebraic Transformation Groups".
*math.hse.ru*. Retrieved 2021-08-20. - ↑ "Faculty of Computer Science – About".
*cs.hse.ru*. Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ "Ivan Arzhantsev – Research and Publiscations".
*www.hse.ru*. Retrieved 2021-08-20.`{{cite web}}`

: CS1 maint: url-status (link) - ↑ Arzhantsev, Ivan; Derenthal, Ulrich; Hausen, Jürgen; Laface, Antonio (2014).
*Cox Rings*. Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-02462-5. - ↑ "Lie Algebras, Algebric Groups, and Invariant Theory".
*halgebra.math.msu.su*(in русский). Retrieved 2021-09-01.`{{cite web}}`

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