The ORMI-OP&PM Prizes are intended to encourage younger researchers
to perform their advanced studies
in the area of applied and industrial mathematics
and to write high-level articles on the results achieved.
The prizes are awarded for outstanding papers to prizewinners
of the All-Russian competition
"Marked Work of a Younger Researcher in the Field
of Applied and Industrial Mathematics".
The ORMI-OP&PM Prize has three degrees.
Papers of all prize recipients are published
in concurrent issues of the journal
OP&PM Surveys in Applied and Industrial Mathematics(Obozrenie Prikladnoi I Promyslennoi Matematiki), published by OP&PM Editorial.
The All-Russian Symposia on Applied and Industrial Mathematics have been held twice a year since 2000. These Symposia are managed by Organizing Bureau, the organizer of the competition. Voting results are checked and confirmed by Chairman of Organizing Bureau and the prizes go to recipients by the name of Chairman. The award of the winner is given every four years at ICIAM. The first degree prize was first awarded in 2007 in Zuerich, and then in 2011 in Vancouver.
Mikhail Valentinovich ZHITLUKHIN
Steklov Mathematical Institute
For his paper: "Approximations of the maximum of a fractional Brownian motion"
Citation: For his insightful and deep contributions to the theory of probability and mathematical statistics.
Mikhail Valentinovich Zhitlukhin was born in Moscow and graduated from Moscow State University. He received his Ph.D. from Steklov Mathematical Institute in 2013, where he currently works as a research fellow at the department of probability theory and statistics.
Irina Shevtsova (2007, MSU)
Vasilii Zubov (2011, MSU)