CURRICULUM VITAE

**Full Name: ** Vasil'ev,
Andrey

**Date of Birth:** August
11, 1970

**Place of Birth: **

**Address:**

Sobolev Institute of Mathematics,

**Telephone: ** +7-383-3634592

**Fax: ** +7-383-3332598

**Email:**

**Home Page: **http://math.nsc.ru/~vasand/

**Education and
degrees: **

Undergraduate:

Graduate:

Postgraduate:

Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics (Habilitation), Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, 2006

**Positions held:**

Research:

1993-1998: Research Fellow at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics

1998-2006: Senior Research Fellow at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics

2006-2010: Leading Research Fellow at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics

2010-present: Chief Research Fellow at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics

Educational:

1993-1998: Assistant Professor at

1998-2007: Associate Professor at

2007-2012: Professor at

2011-2015: Deputy Dean of Department
of Mathematics and Mechanics at

**Ph.D. Students:**

Maria Grechkoseeva (Ph.D., 2007, Dr.Sc., 2014),

**Conference
Talks (last seven years):**

May, 2010:
International Conference on

June, 2010: International
Algebraic conference dedicated to 70^{th} birthday of A.V. Yakovlev,

July, 2010:
VIII International Conference “Group Theory and Applications”,

August, 2010:
International Workshop “Algorithmic Problems in Group Theory and Related Areas”,

September,
2010: International conference “Groups and Their Actions”,

June, 2011:
International Workshop “Finite Groups and Their Automorphisms”,

August, 2011:
International Conference “Algebra and Geometry” in memory of A.I. Starostin,

January, 2012:
Conference “Computations in coherent configuration and related structures”,

October, 2012: Algebraic seminar of University de Haute

June, 2013: International Conference “Algebra and Combinatorics”,

July, 2013: International Conference on Group Theory in honor of Victor Mazurov,

August, 2013: Groups St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, UK

June, 2014: International conference ''Modern Trends in Algebraic Graph Theory'', Villanova, USA

June, 2014: International conference on groups and algebras in honor of Prof. Tuan, Beijing, China (plenary talk)

May, 2015: International Conference on

May, 2015: International workshop on quantitative properties of groups and related topics, Chongqing, China (plenary talk)

June, 2015: 8th Slovenian Conference on Graph Theory, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

August, 2016: International Conference and PhD-Master Summer School on Graphs and Groups, Spectra and Symmetries, Novosibirsk, Russia (plenary talk)

September, 2016: International Conference "Groups, Rings, and their Automorphisms" in honour of Evgeny Khukhro, Lincoln, UK (plenary talk).

**Research interest:**

Finite Groups, Groups of Lie type and Their Representations, Simple Groups, Permutation Groups, Coherent Configurations, Schur Rings, Graph Isomorphism Problem.

**Summary of main results:**

The description of minimal permutation representations of finite orthogonal groups (with V.D. Mazurov, 1994)

The description of minimal permutation representations of finite exceptional groups of Lie type (1996-1998)

The theorem on the structure of a finite group in connection with the property of its prime graph (2005)

An adjacency
criterion for the prime graph of a finite simple group (with

The recognition of simple linear groups over an arbitrary finite field of characteristic 2 by their element orders (with M. Grechkoseeva, 2008)

The affirmative solution of Shi’s problem (1987): If a finite simple group and an arbitrary finite group have the same orders and sets of element orders, then they are isomorphic (with V.D. Mazurov and M. Grechkoseeva, 2009)

The description
of cocliques of maximal size in prime graphs of all finite simple groups (with

Every finite Schur group is metabelian and the number of prime divisors of its order is at most 7 (with I. Ponomarenko, 2013)

If L is a finite simple classical group of sufficiently large dimension, then a finite group G with the same set of element orders contains exactly one nonabelian composition factor S and S is a classical group defined over the field of the same characteristic as the base field of L (2014)

**Additional
Information:**

**Prizes
and honors:**

Medal of Russian Ministry of Education on Best Master Degree Thesis, 1993

Prize of Siberian Fund for Algebra and Logic, 1996

“J. Soros Teacher” Prizes, 1999, 2000, 2001

Medal of Lavrent’ev
Competition of Siberian Branch of

President of

Professor of Russian Academy of Science, 2016.

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