Belyaev, Professor Dmitry


Dmitry Belyaev

Professor of Mathematics, Tutorial Fellow, Governing Body and Tutorial Fellow at St. Anne’s College

Academic background

Before coming to Oxford in 2011 he was an Assistant Professor at Princeton University (2008-2011) and Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton University and IAS (2005-2008). He received PhD in 2005 from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and B.Sc/M.Sc from St. Petersburg State University.


Pure mathematics

Research interests

    His main research interests are on the interface between analysis and probability. In particular he is interested in:
    • Geometry of Gaussian fields. Zeros of random functions, random plane waves.
    • Growth models such as Diffusion Limited Aggregation and Hastings-Levitov models.
    • Geometric function theory, boundary behaviour of conformal maps, coefficient problems.
    • Fine structure of harmonic measure, multifractal formalism.
    • Schramm-Loewner Evolution, critical lattice models.

Recent Publications

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