Number one in the UK and seventh in the world in the Times Higher Education rankings of universities under 50 years old


Athena SWAN Bronze Award

Supporter of LMS Good Practice Award

Professor Vladimir Vladimirov

Research group:
Diploma in Physics and Applied Mathematics (Novosibirsk University), PhD-Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics (Novosibirsk and Moscow), DrSci-Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics (Novosibirsk and Moscow)
Professor emeritus

Research Interests

Applied Mathematics and Fluid Dynamics with special interests in: Asymptotic and Averaging Methods; Direct Lyapunov Method; Vibrodynamics; Hydrodynamic Stability; Arnold's Stability; Vortex Dynamics; Geophysical Fluid Dynamics; Magneto-Hydrodynamics (MHD); Liquid Crystals; Biological Fluid Dynamics; Microhydrodynamics; Micro-Robots.

Recognition and Awards

  • A special award from the International Astronomy Union: a small planet in the Solar System is named `Vladimir A.Vladimirov'. Reference: Minor Planet Circular No.36654, 20 March 2000.
  • Visiting Professorships: University of Toronto (1991-2); Cornell University (1992); Caltech (1992); University of Cambridge, DAMTP (1993-4); University of Leeds (1992-3 and 2005-now).  Monash University (1996), Tsinghua University, Taipei (1995), Tsinghua University, Beijing (2007), King Fahd University of Petrolium & Minerals (2013);
  • Honorary Professor: Southern Federal University (1998-now);
  • Director of the Hull Institute for Mathematical Sciences and Applications (2001-5).
  •  Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics, Research on Stability of Rotating and Stratified Flows, USSR Academy of Sciences (1989).
  • Above 150 invited lectures and external seminars at various universities of USA, UK, France, Germany, Denmark, China, Hong Kong, and Russia.
  • The 1-st Prize in Fundamental Sciences of the Siberian Division, USSR Academy of Sciences  (1989).
  • The 1-st Prize in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics of the Siberian Division, USSR Academy of Sciences (1986).

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Professor Vladimir Vladimirov
Department of Mathematics
University of York
York, YO10 5DD

Tel:+44 1904 32 3070
Fax: +44 1904 32 3071

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