Ivan Sudakov

Assistant Professor of Physics

  • Dr. Ivan Sudakov is an assistant professor of physics at the University of Dayton.¬†From 2012 to 2015, he held an appointment of research assistant professor of mathematics at the University of Utah. Dr. Sudakov has a Master's Degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics.
  • He specializes in mathematical modeling of physical and living systems. Particularly, he develops new methods of applied mathematics, nonlinear and statistical¬†physics tailored to the needs of the Earth, environmental and planetary sciences.
  • He has been awarded numerous fellowships, such as the Ed Lorenz Postdoctoral Fellowship, Isaac Newton Institute Visiting Fellowship or Nansen Fellowship. The German Federal Government awarded him the title "Green Talent" in 2013 for "his outstanding research of sea ice and his strong commitment to interdisciplinary interaction between mathematics and climate science".


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