Curriculum Vitae
 Born in Novokuznetsk (Kemerovo region, Russia) on October 17, 1974
 Education:
Novosibirsk State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics
 Dissertations:
2002
2011 
Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics (PhD), Sobolev Institute of Mathematics.
Dissertation title: "Abelian varieties and commuting matrix differential operators". Adviser I.A. Taimanov
Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics.
Dissertation title: "Commuting differential operators and of their applications in the differential geometry" 
 Employment:
Laboratory of IllPosed Processes, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics
1997  2003

Laboratory Assistant, Engineer, Researcher, Senior Researcher

Laboratory of Dynamical Systems, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics
2003  2011
2011  up to now 
Senior Researcher
Leading Researcher

Novosibirsk State University, Chair of Geometry and Topology
1997  2004
2004  up to now 
Professor Assistant
Associate Professor

Bogolubov Laboratory of Geometrical Methods in Mathematical Physics, Moscow State University
2010  2013

Leading Researcher

 Awards and Honors:
2003 
2008 
2010 
2012 
2013 
2016 

Prize of the Siberian Mathematical Journal
Vekua prize for young scientists of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences
A series results obtained by P.G. Grinevich, A.E. Mironov and S.P. Novikov was included into the
"List of best results of the Russian Academy of Sciences"
Invited speaker of the 6th European Congress of Mathematics in Krakow
The results "Supersymmetric 2D Pauli Operators and Burgers hierarchy" by P.G. Grinevich, A.E. Mironov
and S.P. Novikov were included into the 5year report by the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences
http://www.ras.ru/news/shownews.aspx?id=30d13c529aab400a8b04fa3035236487#content
Professor of Russian Academy of Sciences

 Former PhD students:
I.P. Rybnikov (with I.A. Taimanov)
S.V. Agapov
V.N. Davletshina
B.T. Saparbayeva
 Current PhD students:
M.S. Ermentay
 Research interests:
Integrable Systems, Geometry, Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems
