
Nikolay Moshchevitin 
Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)
Diophantine approximations, geometry of numbers, dynamical systems, uniform distribution

Andrei Raigorodskii 
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Russia)
Combinatorial geometry, geometric graphs, random graphs, extremal graph and hypergraph theory, probability and linear algebra in combinatorics, Ramsey theory in combinatorics and geometry


Yann Bugeaud 
Université de Strasbourg (France)
Diophantine approximation, transcendence, Diophantine equations, distribution modulo one

Vladimir Dolnikov 
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Russia)
Combinatorics, combinatorial geometry, graph theory

Nikolay Dolbilin 
Steklov Mathematical Institute (Russia)
Lattices and tilings of space, crystals and quasicrystals,
aperiodic tilings, polytopes, rigid and flexible polyhedra, Ising model.

Oleg German 
Moscow Lomonosov State University (Russia)
Diophantine approximation, geometry of numbers, multidimensional continued fractions

Grigory Kabatiansky 
Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
Coding theory, packings, combinatorics on words

Roman Karasev 
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Russia)
Combinatorial and geometric applications of algebraic topology, in particular: configuration spaces and BorsukUlam type results

Gyula O. H. Katona 
Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary)
Extremal combinatorics, applications

Alex V. Kontorovich 
Rutgers University (United States)
Analytic number theory, automorphic forms

Maxim Korolev 
Steklov Mathematical Institute (Russia)
Short Kloosterman sums, Riemann's zetafunction

Christian Krattenthaler 
Universität Wien (Austria)
Combinatorics, special functions

Antanas Laurinčikas 
Vilnius University (Lithuania)
Analytic and probabilistic number theory

Vsevolod Lev 
University of Haifa at Oranim (Israel)
Additive combinatorics, combinatorial number theory and group theory, combinatorial problems in algebraic structures

János Pach 
EPFL Lausanne(Switzerland) and Rényi Institute (Hungary)
Discrete and computational geometry, combinatorics

Rom Pinchasi 
Israel Institute of Technology  Technion (Israel)

Alexander Razborov 
Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy (France)
Extremal combinatorics, computational complexity

Joël Rivat 
Université d’AixMarseille (France)
Elementary and Analytic Number theory

Tanguy Rivoal 
Institut Fourier, CNRS (France)
Classical diophantine approximation, Padé approximation

Damien Roy 
University of Ottawa (Canada)
Diophantine approximation, transcendental number theory

Vladislav Salikhov 
Bryansk State Technical University (Russia)
Diophantine approximations, special functions, algebraic properties of solutions of special differential equations

Tom Sanders 
University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
Harmonic analysis, additive combinatorics and number theory

Alexander A. Sapozhenko 
Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Ilya D. Shkredov 
Steklov Mathematical Institute (Russia)
Additive combinatorics, number theory, combinatorial ergodic theory

József Solymosi 
University of British Columbia (Canada)
Discrete geometry, additive combinatorics, extremal combinatorics

Benjamin Sudakov 
UCLA (United States)
Probabilistic and extremal combinatorics and its application to mathematics and computer science

Jörg Thuswaldner 
University of Leoben (Austria)
Number systems and continued fractions, Fractal structures in Number Theory, Dynamical systems in Number Theory

KaiMan Tsang 
Hong Kong University (China)
Number theory, linear and nonlinear Diophantine equations, distribution of squarefree numbers, the Riemann zeta function

Maryna Viazovska 
EPFL Lausanne (Switzerland)
Number theory, discrete geometry
