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Dr. Peter Polyakov|UW Mathematics

Dr. Peter Polyakov

Dr. Peter Polyakov, University of Wyoming Mathematics facultyProfessor of Mathematics

Research interests: theory of functions of several complex variables.

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Contact Information

Ross Hall 226
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071-3036
307.766.3192 (voice)
307.766.6838 (fax)


Ph.D., Moscow State University, 1971
M.S., Moscow State University, 1967

About Dr. Polyakov

Dr. Polyakov joined the UW faculty in 1993. Before coming to UW, he worked in private industry and at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His research interests include analysis of solvability and uncertainty quantification for nonlinear PDEs in multiscale modeling, and the theory of functions of several complex variables.

Representative publications

Inversion formulas for complex Radon transform on projective varieties and boundary value problems for systems of linear PDE, with G. Henkin, to appear in Proc. Steklov Inst. Math., v. 279 (2012), 242 - 256.

Residual d-bar cohomology and the complex Radon transform on subvarieties of CP^n, with G. Henkin, Math. Annalen, 354:2 (2012), 497-527.

Solvability of the generalized Possio equation in 2D subsonic aeroelasticity, Comput. Methods Funct. Theory, 7:1 (2007), 55-76.

On a boundary value problem in subsonic aeroelasticity and the cofinite Hilbert transform, Journal of Integral Equations and Applications, v.19:1 (2007), 33-70.

An ensemble of anomaly classifiers for identifying cyber attacks, with D. Spears, C. Kelly and C. Karlsson, Proceedings of the International SIAM Workshop on Feature Selection for Data Mining, Bethesda, MD, April 2006. Also republished in ONR Critical Infrastructure Protection Research (Wiley Publishers), 2006.

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