Faculty

Vladimir M. Kadets

Professor of department of fundamental mathematics, doctor of sciences in physics and mathematics

Scopus Author ID: 8327107100

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5606-2679

Education and Degrees:

Doctor of Sc. in Math.–Kharkiv, 2014

Habilitated Doctor in Math.–Warsaw, 1993

Ph.D. in Math.–Rostov-on-Don, 1985

M.Sc. in Math. (with Honours)–Kharkiv, 1982

Languages: Russian, Ukrainian, English, German, Spanish

Professional Career

Full Professor — V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, 2014 - 

Associate Professor (Docent) — V N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, 1990 - 2014 

Assistant Professor — Kharkiv Institute of Civil Engineering, 1985 - 1990

International Collaboration

Visiting Scientist: Poland (Banach Center) – 1991; Israel (The Weizmann Institute, Technion, Jerusalem University) - 1991, 1993, 1997; USA (Kent State University, Texas A&M University, Texas University in Austin, University of Missouri-Columbia) - 1993, 1997, Italy (Milano, Palermo) – 1997, 2013; Germany (Free University of Berlin) – 1997, 1999, 2000-2001, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2017; France (Bordeaux) - 1997; Spain (Murcia and Granada) – 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018; Turkey (Ankara) − 2008, 2009; South Korea – 2016, 2019.

Visiting Professor: Ohio University at Athens - Fall quarter of 1997; University of Missouri-Columbia – Fall semester of 2003.

Scientific Publications

Two monographs, handbook “A Course in Functional Analysis and Measure Theory” and 113 articles in various journals, most of them in Banach space theory: sequences and series, bases, vector-valued measures and integration, measurable multi-functions and selectors, isomorphic and isometric structures of Banach spaces, operator theory.

Ph. D. students

Olga Vladimirskaya – defended her thesis in 1999 (co-advised with Dirk Werner)

Leonid Tseytlin – defended his thesis in 2000

Yevgen Ivakhno – defended his thesis in 2008

Alexander Leonov – defended his thesis in 2009

Varvara Shepelska – defended her thesis in 2012

Tetiana Ivashina – defended her thesis in 2015

Antonio Pérez Hernández – defended his thesis in 2017 (co-advised with Bernardo Cascales)

Mariia Soloviova – defended her thesis in 2018

Awards & Grants

1989 – Kharkov Mathematical Society Award for Young Scientists

1995 – ISFGrant No K3Z100 (Soros research grant)

1996 – ISSEP Grant No APU061040 (“Soros Associate Professor”)

1999 – Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship.

2005 – The State Award of Ukraine in Science and Technology

Other Activity: I am a member of the Kharkov Mathematical Society, a reviewer for Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt Math.