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Anastasia K. Stavrova
Anastasia K. Stavrova
Senior Researcher

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

Reception hours:

Thursday, from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm


10.2009 — Ph.D. (C.Sc.) in Mathematics and Physics («Mathematical Logic, Algebra and Number Theory»)
Institution: St. Petersburg State University
Thesis title: Structure of Isotropic Reductive Groups
Advisor: N.A. Vavilov

06.2007 — M.Sc. in Mathematics
Institution: University of Leiden (the Netherlands) and University of Padua (Italy)

06.2005 — Specialist Degree in Mathematics
Institution: St. Petersburg State University

Scientific interests

My research deals with the theory of algebraic groups, which is a branch of mathematics closely related to algebraic geometry, group theory and Lie theory. More precisely, I study the structure of isotropic reductive algebraic groups and their connection to non-associative algebras (such as Jordan algebras and structurable algebras) and algebraic K-theory.

Selected publications

  1. L. Boelaert, T. De Medts and A. Stavrova, Moufang sets and structurable division algebras, to appear in Memoirs of the AMS, 100 pp.
  2. A. Stavrova, Non-stable K_1-functors of multiloop groups, Canad. J. Math. 68 (2016), 150–178.
  3. I. Panin, A. Stavrova and N. Vavilov, On the Grothendieck—Serre conjecture concerning principal G-bundles over reductive group schemes: I, Compos. Math. 151 (2015), 535–567.
  4. A. Stavrova, Homotopy invariance of non-stable K_1-functors, J. K-Theory 13 (2014), 199–248.
  5. V. Petrov and A. Stavrova, The Tits indices over semilocal rings, Transf. Groups 16 (2011), 193–217.

Additional Information

  • Laureate of the award «To Young Mathematician» of Saint Petersburg Mathematical Society (2009)
  • Laureate of J.E. Marsden postdoctoral fellowship (2013, Fields Institute, Canada)
  • Awardee of «Young mathematics of Russia» (2016)
  • Laureate of the G. de B. Robinson Award of the Canadian Mathematical Society (2018)


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