International scientific panel

Alexander A. Voronov

Member of the International scientific panel, Mathematics

Alexander A. Voronov is a Russian American mathematician, working in the fields of algebraic topology, homotopical algebra, algebraic geometry, and mathematical physics. He is known, in particular, for introducing the Swiss-cheese and cactus operads and providing a solution to Deligne's and Kontsevich's Hochschild cohomology conjectures. He got a Ph.D. from Moscow State University in 1988 and since then had taught there and at several American universities, including Princeton, MIT. and the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a faculty member at the University of Minnesota since 2001 and a Professor since 2007.