Fedor Nazarov

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Fedor (Fedya) L'vovich Nazarov (Russian: Фёдор (Фе́дя) Льво́вич Наза́ров; born 1967) is a Russian mathematician working in the United States. He had done research in mathematical analysis and its applications, in particular in functional analysis and classical analysis (including harmonic analysis, Fourier analysis, and complex analytic functions).

Fedor Nazarov received his Ph.D. in 1993 (adviser Victor Havin). In 1999 Nazarov was awarded the Salem Prize "for his work in harmonic analysis, in particular, the uncertainty principle, and his contribution to the development of Bellman function methods".[1]

From 1995 to 2007 Nazarov worked at Michigan State University in East Lansing. After 2007 Nazarov has worked at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. From 2011, he is a full professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Kent State University.[2]

He gave an invited talk at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2010, on the topic of "Analysis".[3]

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