Nersesyan Vahram
31.10.2016

Candidate of Sciences, docent

nersesyanvahram07@aspu.am

Candidate of Sciences, docent/Chair of Mathematics and its Teaching Methods

Fields of interests: Differential Geometry of manifolds, integral Geometry, Geometry of complexes of polydimensional planes, syllabies of the course of Geometry for secondary schools, Textbooks on Topology and Algebra for universities

Membership: Armenian Mathematical Society, G.F. Laptev’s seminar

Education:

1984 – 1985 – 9 month course of French language, Kiev State university
1975 – 1978 – Postgraduate student, Chair of Differential geometry, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, M.V. Lomonosow Moscow State university
1970 – 1973 – Student, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, M.V. Lomonosow Moscow State university
1967 – 1970 – Student, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Yerevan State university

Degrees: Candidate of Sciences in Mathematics and Physics (PhD), specialization A01.04 – Geometry and Topology, thesis “Addmissible complexes of two dimensional planes in five and six dimensional spaces”

Foreign Language skills: Russian, French, English

Professional experience:

2006 – up to date – Associate Professor, Chair of Higher Algebra and Geometry HAG), Faculty of Mathematics and
Mechanics, Yerevan State university (YSU)

2001 – 2005 – Teacher, Cancan university (Guinea)

1990 – 2001 – Associate Professor, HAG, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, YSU

1986 – 1990 – Teacher, Conacri university (Guinea)

1978 – 1886 – Assistant Professor, HAG, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, YSU

1973 – 1975 - Assistant Professor, HAG, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, YSU

Teaching experience:

Geometry (general course), Topology and Differential Geometry, Linear Algebra and Analitic Geometry, Riemannian Geometry, Higher Mathematics, Method of exterior forms and its applications in Differential geometry, Methods of the construction probems solving teaching

Selected publications:

1. Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry (in Armenian), Part I, 284 pages, 2012
2. Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry (in Armenian), Part II, 274 pages, 2012

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