Background and activities

Yurii Lyubarskii (1950) is Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. He is a member of The Analysis Group. Professor Lyubarskii has a PhD in mathematics from Institute for Low Temperatures, Kharkov, Ukraine, and a Doctor Sci. degree in Mathematics from Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia.

Work Experience

  • 1996- Professor, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
  • 1971-2001 Researcher, Leading Researcher, Institute for Low Temperature Physics & Engineering, Ukraine
  • 1974-1985 Part time lecturer,  Kharkov State University, Ukraine

Recent extended research visits

  • Aug 2015-June 2016, Visiting researcher, Purdue University, Indiana, USA
  • Spring 2008, Visiting researcher, University of Marseille, France
  • Fall 2008 – Spring 2009, Visiting researcher, University of California, Berkeley
  • Fall 2012- Spring 2013, Project leader, Center of Advanced Study, Oslo

Recent Research Projects

2015- Leader of Trondheim node, NFR FRINAT project: “Geometry and Analysis of Complex Shapes and Applications to Mathematical Physics”

  • 2015- Project leader, NFR FRINAT project: “Discrete Models in Mathematical Analysis”
  • 2015- Participant, Aurora NFR project: “Complex and Harmonic Analysis Related to Generating Systems: phase space localization properties, sampling and applications”
  • Fall 2012-Spring 2013, Project leader (together with K.Seip) Center of Advanced Study: “Operator related function theory and timefrequency analysis”

He has supervised 3 graduated doctoral candidates, and is currently supervising 1 PhD candidate. He is a member of The Royal Norwegian Society of Science and Letters.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications