|Institutions||University of British Columbia|
|Alma mater||Harvard University|
|Doctoral advisor||Michael Artin|
|Known for||Essential dimension|
Zinovy Reichstein (born 1961) is a Russian-born American mathematician. He is a professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He studies mainly algebra, algebraic geometry and algebraic groups. He introduced (with J. Buhler) the concept of essential dimension.
Reichstein received his PhD degree in 1988 from Harvard University under the supervision of Michael Artin. Parts of his thesis entitled "The Behavior of Stability under Equivariant Maps" were published in the journal Inventiones Mathematicae.
- Winner of the 2013 Jeffery-Williams Prize awarded by the Canadian Mathematical Society
- Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, 2012
- Invited Speaker to the International Congress of Mathematicians (Hyderabad, India 2010)
- J. Buhler, Z. Reichstein (1997). "On the Essential Dimension of a Finite Group". Compositio Mathematica, 106. pp. 159–179.
- Stability and Equivariant maps, Invent. Math., Vol. 96, issue 2, 394–383 (1989)
- "Transformation groups (editorial board)". Springer.
- UBC PROFESSOR GARNERS PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AWARD
- List of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, retrieved 2013-06-09.
- Speakers of the International Congress of Mathematicians, retrieved 2011-05-24