School of Mathematical Science
Welcome to the President’s Row! My name is Dr. Anton Dzhamay (my last name pronounced closer to Jamai but you can simply address me as Anton) and I am your Faculty in Residence. I live in the Lujan Hall (feel free to knock the door of apt. 78 on the first floor) to you can sometimes find me working in the Bond Hall lounge. I am looking forward to meeting an d getting to know you. I am available to support you with academic advising, answer other questions about the University, or help you with your Math homework — I have been at the School of Mathematical Sciences since 2005, (my office there is 2250A Ross Hall) and pretty much taught every single Math course we offer. In addition, I plan to organize some social events, such as game night, and maybe occasional trips — let me know if there is anything you may be particularly interested in. My email is email@example.com.
I grew up in Moscow, Russia and I moved to the US in 1993 to start a PhD program in Mathematics at Columbia University. Prior to coming to Colorado I was an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a Visiting Professor at Columbia University. My research in Mathematics is in the field of nonlinear dynamical systems and I am fortunate to have many close colleagues and friends all over the world. I worked and taught at places such as Columbia University, The University of Sydney in Australia, Cambridge University in the UK, Higher School for Economics and Skoltech in Moscow, Russia, Shanghai University in China, the University of Tokyo in Japan, and many others.
I very much enjoy traveling, hiking, various mathematical and non-mathematical board games and puzzles, conversations about music, film, literature, and the like. Feel free to sometimes join me for a cup of coffee and a talk.
Also, please be on the lookout of the School of Mathematical Sciences Celebration of Mind festival that usually happens in late October (it will be Thursday, October 21 this year). It is fun event with a lot of games, puzzles, and a major show. Stop by!