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Vadim Olshevsky


Vadim Olshevsky - University of Connecticut (USA)

Vadim Olshevsky received his MS degree in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Kishinev, Moldova (f. USSR). He earned his PhD in Mathematics from the Institute of Mathematics, Kishinev, Moldova.

Vadim Olshevsky was a Post-doctoral Scholar with the School of Mathematical Sciences at Tel Aviv University, and a Post-doctoral Fellow and Research Associate with the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Vadim Olshevsky is currently a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut, Storrs. He has also lectured at Georgia State University. Dr. Olshevsky is an expert in Computational Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, Fundamental Mathematics and Computer Science.

He has held several industrial consulting positions, and he has a USA patent awarded through Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies.

Dr. Olshevsky has served as an Associate Editor of the Elsevier journal “Linear Algebra and Its Applications”, and the Birkhauser Journal. He has also participated in and organized many international conferences and symposia.


PROJECT: Structured Matrices: Accurate algorithms and Applications to Filtering, Control, and Orthogonal Polynomials. Theory of matrices with a special structure. Its origins are in several áreas including: (i) Rational passive interpolation (Caratheodori, Schur, Nevanlinna, Livsic, Potapov, Gohberg); (ii) System theory and signal processinq (Kailath, Dewilde).



1. F. M. Dopico, V. Olshevsky, P. Zhlobich: "Stability of QR-based fast system solvers for a subclass of quasiseparable rank one matrices". Mathematics of Computation (2011)
2. F. Marcellan, V. Olshevski, P. Zhlobich, "Quasiseparable matrices, Green's matrices and signal flow graphs for digital filter structures". (Preprint)