# Boris Nahapetian

## Fields of Interests:

- mathematical statistical physics
- random fields
- limit theorems of probability theory

Thesis: Weakly dependent random fields and the problem of summation for Gibbs fields in large volumes

Thesis defence: 1976, Vilnius State University, Litva

Thesis: Strong mixing property of the Gibbs random field and some of its applications

Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics

**since 2014** Corresponding Member of NAS

**since 1998** International Statistical Institute

**since 1991** Armenian Mathematical Union (1991–1994 as vice-president)

**1991–1992** Council of Prime Minister of RA for Science and High Technology

**since 1985** International Association of Mathematical Physics

Specialized Council 050 at Yerevan State University

Specialized Council 037 at the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of NAS of RA

Editorial board of the journals

- Matematika, Izvestiya Akad. Nauk Armenii
- Armenian Journal of Mathematics
- Vestnik of Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) university

- Yerevan State University
- Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University
- Armenian State Pedagogical University

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistic

Special course on Probabilistic Methods

4 Ph.D. thesises

**2015–2019** Head of Chair of Mathematics and Elementary Education, Armenian State Pedagogical University

**2015–2019** Head of Science Laboratory of Mathematical Education, Armenian State Pedagogical University

**As visiting professor**

- University of Camerino, Italy (1982,1995)
- University of Maine, Le Mans, France (1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000-2002)
- Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics, Vienna, Austria (1995)
- La Sapienza University, Roma, Italy (1996)
- Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand, France (2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008)
- University of Paris VI, France (2005)

**Short visits**

- La Sapienza University, Roma, Italy (1982)
- University of Bordeaux II, France (1993)
- University of Paris VII, France (1993)
- University of Cambridge, England (1998)
- Bonn University, Germany (1998)
- Ecole Polytechnique, Lausanne, Switzerland (1998)
- University of Swansea, England (1998)
- Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (2006)
- Center of theoretical physics, Marseille, France (1995)

One of the organizers (with Arzumanyan V. and Poghosyan S.) of International Conference **Stochastic and Analytic Methods in Mathematical Physics** (since 1982)

**As invited speacker**

- International Congress in Mathematical Physics, Paris, France (1994)
- University of Lille, France (1998)
- Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France (1997)
- University of Camerino, Italy

**International Conferences**

**Stochastic and Analytic Methods in Mathematical Physics**Armenia (since 1982)**Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics**, Vilnius (1977, 1981, 1985, 1989)**Symposium on Information Theory**(Tbilisi, 1979, Tashkent, 1984)**Mathematics in Armenia**, Tsahkadzor (2003, 2013)**Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics**, Yerevan (2013)**Armenian Mathematical Union**Annual Sessions**Caucasian Mathematics Conference**CMC I, Tbilisi (2014)**Russian-Armenian workshop**on mathematical physics, complex analysis and related topics, Yerevan, Armenia (2014, 2018)- dedicated to the
**Memory of Academician Mkhitar Djrbashyan,**Yerevan (2018) **Probability Theory and Statistics**dedicated to the 75-th anniversary of Prof. E. Khmaladze, Tbilisi (2019)**Minlos – 90**, Institute of Information Transmission Problems RAS Moscow (2021) (online)**Advances in Stochastics & Statistics**in honor of Rafail Z. Khasminskii 90th anniversary, Le Mans Université (2021) (online)

Awarded the title of professor (2017)

Awarded by the title of Honored Worker of Science by the decree of RA President (2016)

Awarded by “St. Nerses Shnorhali” Medal of Honor (2015)

Deputy Chairman of "Mathematics, Mechanics and Informatics" Scientific Advisory Board

Head of the Seminar of Institute of Mathematics, NAS (2014 - 2019)

Author of books for school "Mathematica 4-5" and "Mathematica 5-6"

Head of authors' group of "Explanatory Dictionary of Mathematical Terms. I - VI"