Saint Petersburg, 199178, Russia, Line 14th (Vasilyevsky Island), 29
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Mikhail V. Bondarko
Mikhail V. Bondarko
Associate Professor
Contacts:

29 Line 14th (Vasilyevsky Island), 199178 Saint Petersburg, Russia

mbondarko@gmail.com

Reception hours:

By appointment


Education

07.2007 — D.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics («Mathematical Logic, Algebra and Number Theory»)
Institution: St. Petersburg State University
Thesis title: Explicit Constructions in the Theory of Formal Groups and Finite Group Schemes, and Their Applications to Arithmetic Geometry

10.2000 — Ph.D. (C.Sc.) in Mathematics and Physics («Mathematical Logic, Algebra and Number Theory»)
Institution: St. Petersburg State University
Thesis title: Galois Module Structure of Ideals
Advisor: S.V. Vostokov

06.1999 — Specialist Degree in Mathematics
Institution: St. Petersburg State University


Scientific interests

Most of my recent papers were dedicated to triangulated categories, weight and t-structures, and Voevodsky motives. Moreover, I have several articles on formal groups, finite group schemes, the reduction of Abelian varieties, and additive Galois modules.


Selected publications

  1. M.V. Bondarko and V.A. Sosnilo. Non-commutative localizations of additive categories and weight structures; applications to birational motives. Journal of the Institute of Mathematics of Jussieu 17:4 (2018), 785–821.
  2. M.V. Bondarko and F. Déglise. Dimensional homotopy t-structures in motivic homotopy theory. Advances in Mathematics 311 (2017), 91–189.
  3. M.V. Bondarko. Mixed motivic sheaves (and weights for them) exist if `ordinary' mixed motives do. Compositio Mathematica 151:5 (2015), 917–956.
  4. M.V. Bondarko. Differential graded motives: weight complex, weight filtrations and spectral sequences for realizations; Voevodsky versus Hanamura. Journal of the Institute of Mathematics of Jussieu 8:1 (2009), 39–97.
  5. M.V. Bondarko. Links between associated additive Galois modules and computation of $H^1$ for local formal group modules. Journal of Number Theory 101:1 (2003), 74–104.

Additional Information

I am a Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences. See also my curriculum vitae (in English). Most of my papers can be found at arXiv.