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.


Teaching

Course name
Year
Semester
Role
Year
2020–2021
Semester
IX
Role
Teaching assistant