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Dmitriy Bilyk            

Associate Professor

School of Mathematics
University of Minnesota
Vincent Hall, office 328
206 Church St. SE
Minneapolis, MN, 55408 USA

E-mail: dbilyk@math.umn.edu
Dmitriy Bilyk 
  • Curriculum Vitae

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    RESEARCH INTERESTS:  Harmonic analysis, functional  analysis,  discrepancy theory.
    The research is supported by the NSF grants DMS 0801036 (2008-2011) and DMS 1101519 (2011-2015).



    • Lacunary Fourier series: from Weierstrass to our days, "HalloWeierstrass" (a special Halloween/Weierstrass birthday talk), University of Minnesota, Oct 31, 2016.
    • Stolarsky-type identities, energy optimization, uniform tessellations, and one-bit sensing,  workshop "Optimal and Random Point Configurations: From Statistical Physics to Approximation Theory", Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, France, Jun-Jul 2016.
    • Points on a sphere: Stolarsky-type identities, energy optimization, uniform tessellations, and one-bit sensing,  workshop on Function Spaces and High-dimensional Approximation, CRM, Barcelona, Catalunya, May 2016.
    • Tessellations of the sphere, one-bit sensing, restricted isometries, and discrepancy, AMS sectional meeting, Athens, GA, March 2016.
    • Geometric discrepancy, AIM workshop "Hereditary discrepancy and factorization norms", San Jose, CA, Feb 2016.
    • Uniform distribution: approximating continuous objects by discrete ones, "Introduction to Research" seminar (an introductory talk for graduate students), University of Minnesota, February 2016.
    • Methods of harmonic analysis in discrepancy theory (four 1.5-hr lectures), Winter School on Complexity and Discrepancy, Traunkirchen, Austria, Nov-Dec 2015.
    • Small ball inequality and low discrepancy constructions, "Diophantine approximation and related topics" conference, Aarhus, Denmark, July 2015.
    • Small ball inequality and low discrepancy constructions, Johannes-Kepler Universität, Linz, Austria, June 2015.
    • Sphere tessellations and discrepancy, Information-based Complexity program, Banach Center, Będlewo, Poland, April 2015.
    • Discrepancy theory and analysis, colloquium, Duke University, Durham, NC, February 2015.
    • The L2 discrepancy of Fibonacci (and other) lattices, workshop on "Optimal Point Configurations and Applications", program on "Minimal Energy Point Sets, Lattices, and Designs", Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, Austria, October 2014.
    • Discrepancy function estimates in various function spaces, Analysis Seminar, Brown University, Providence, RI, November 2014.
    • Tutorial talk Relationship of discrepancy with harmonic analysis, approximation theory and probability, ICERM, Brown University, Providence RI, October 2014.
    • Uniform distribution, lacunary Fourier series, and Riesz products, Hausdorff Institute, Bonn, Germany, May 2014.
    • The L1 dichotomy for the discrepancy function estimates, 11th International Conference on Monte-Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scienti c Computing, MCQMC 2014, Leuven, Belgium, April 2014.
    • On some distributions with low L2 discrepancy, International conference "Nonlinear approximations and applications" dedicated to 60th birthday of V. Temlyakov, Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia, October 2013.
    • Discrepancy theory and harmonic analysis, Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM), Linz, Austria, October 2013.
    • Small ball inequalities and discrepancy, Oberwolfach workshop "Uniform Distribution Theory and Applications", Oberwolfach, Germany, September 2013.
    • Discrepancy estimates, small ball inequalities, and hyperbolic cross approximations, workshop "Discrepancy, Numerical Integration and Hyperbolic Cross Approximation", Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, University of Bonn, September 2013.
    • Discrepancy theory and harmonic analysis, Palanga Conference in Combinatorics and Number Theory, Palanga, Lithuania September 2013.
    • Plenary lecture Discrepancy theory and analysis, 2nd International Conference "Mathematics in Armenia. Advances and Perspectives", Armenia, August 2013.
    • Simultaneous Diophantine approximation and rotated lattices, Georgia Analysis Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, March 2013.
    • Discrepancy theory and the small ball inequality, Analysis seminar, Universite Paris-Sud XI, Orsay, France, November 2012.

    Here are some pictures of my native city,

    Kharkov - my home town