I have moved to Georgia Tech, see
www.math.gatech.edu/~ib.
Honors Diploma in Mathematics (M.S.), Novosibirsk State University,
1991
Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park, 1998
Publications/Preprints (most of which can be downloaded here)
1. (with
G. Wei) Metrics of positive Ricci curvature on bundles, 2001, submitted,
15 pp.
2. Nonnegative
curvature, symmetry, and fundamental group, 2003, submitted, 14pp.
3. Vector
bundles with infinitely many souls, Proceedings of the AMS, 131 (2003), no. 7, 2217-2221.
4. On co-Hopfian
nilpotent groups, 2003, to appear in Bull. London. Math. Soc.,
7 pp.
5. Pinching
surface groups in complex hyperbolic plane, 2001, to appear in Geom.
Dedicata, 10 pp.
6. (with
G. Wei) Metrics of positive Ricci curvature on vector bundles over nimanifolds, Geom. Funct. Anal., 12 (2002), no. 7, 56-72.
7. (with V. Kapovitch) Obstructions to nonnegative curvature and
rational homotopy theory, J. Amer. Math. Soc., 16 (2003), no. 7, 259-284.
8. (with
V. Kapovitch) Finiteness theorems for nonnegatively curved vector bundles,
Duke Mathematical Journal, 108 (2001), 109-134.
9. (with V. Kapovitch) Topological obstructions to nonnegative curvature, Mathematische Annalen, 320 (2001), 167-190.
10. Pinching,
Pontrjagin classes, and negatively curved vector bundles, Inventiones Mathematica, 144 (2001), 353-379.
11. On
Mostow Rigidity for variable negative curvature, Topology, 41
(2002), no.2, 341-361.
12. Lipschitz
precompactness for closed negatively curved manifolds, Proceedings of the AMS, 127 (1999), 1201-1208.
13. Counting
open negatively curved manifolds up to tangential homotopy equivalence,
Journal of Differential Geometry, 50 (1998), 59-88.
14. Intersections
in hyperbolic manifolds, Geometry and Topology, 2 (1998),
117-144.
15. Some
curious Kleinian groups and hyperbolic 5-manifolds, Transformation Groups,
2 (1997), no. 1, 3-29.
16. Conformally
flat Seifert manifolds, Siberian Advances in Mathematics, 3
(1993), no. 1, 1-18.
Courses Taught
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