I am a third-year Ph.D. student in Mathematics at MIT under the supervision of Professor Philippe Rigollet. My main research area is optimal transportation theory. Together with Alexander Kolesnikov and Nikita Gladkov, we study the generalizations of the Monge-Kantorovich problem. At the same time, I work with Aleh Tsyvinski (Yale) and Job Boerma (UW-Madison) on applications in Economics. Our goal is to connect transportation theory to auction design and taxation theory.

Moreover, I am passionate about Computer Science. I completed a two-year course at Yandex School of Data Analysis, where I immersed in different fields of machine learning. I am experienced in writing high-quality computer code, which allows me to do sophisticated numerical experiments in my research.

  • Optimal transportation theory
  • Optimal auction design
  • Optimal taxation
  • Data science
  • PhD in Mathematics, 2026 (expected)

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, 2021

    Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

  • MSc in Mathematics, 2021

    Higher School of Economics

  • BSc in Mathematics, 2019

    Higher School of Economics

  • Professional retraining diploma, 2019

    Department "Computer science", Yandex School of Data Analysis