My name is Liza Rebrova and I am a 4-th year graduate student at the
University of Michigan, Department
of Mathematics. I received my specialist degree (B.S.+M.S. equivalent) in mathematics at Moscow State University in 2012.
I am interested in high-dimensional probability and geometric functional analysis. My advisor is Roman Vershynin.
My current CV (February 2017)
Currently, I'm studying some properties of random matrices, such as invertibility, norm regularization etc
Relevant papers and preprints:
- Norms of random matrices: local and global problems (with R.Vershynin)
- Preprint. arXiv:1608.06953
- Coverings of random ellipsoids, and invertibility of matrices with i.i.d. heavy-tailed entries (with K.Tikhomirov)
- Israel J. Math., to appear. arXiv:1508.06690
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Conferences & Talks
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At the University of Michigan, I was teaching Math 115
(Calculus 1) and Math 216 (Differential Equations).
Back in Moscow, I worked as a calculus instructor for high school students at 57-th math school (2008-2012)
and as an algebra teacher at Kolmogorov math and physics high school (2012-2013).
My other interests include all that I find beautiful or challenging. For example, music,
One of my favourite activities is to drink coffee with a good friend talking about something really involving (life, math, ideas or anything).
“Poirot,” I said. “I have been thinking.”
“An admirable exercise my friend. Continue it.”
(Agatha Christie, Peril at End House)