Dr.  Dmitry Ponomarev
Finding eigenvalues as solution of asymptotical characteristic equation
Finding eigenvalues as solution of asymptotical characteristic equation
Scaling for an NLS model of laser beam propagation in a photopolymer
Scaling for an NLS model of laser beam propagation in a photopolymer
Obstacle (2 black circles) identification: red curve is the last iteration
Obstacle (2 black circles) identification: red curve is the last iteration
Cauchy problem for Laplace equation with "interior measurements"
Cauchy problem for Laplace equation with "interior measurements"
Formulas for magnetization moment for the set-up in an EAPS lab, MIT
My analytical triumph for magnetization estimation in the set-up of EAPS lab, MIT
Working from home
Attack on the truncated Poisson operator eigenvalue problem
 An attack on the spectral problem for the truncated Poisson operator

I am an applied mathematician primarily interested in real-life problems whose treatment requires analysis of a model / justification of the approximation or those that can be effectively tackled with analytical tools such as asymptotic methods or closed-form solution reducibility.

I enjoy learning new things while working on diverse subjects analysing a problem, devising a constructive solution approach and verifying / implementing it numerically. Current and past topics of my research include:

I obtained my Ph.D. degree from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (now Côte d'Azur University) in 2016, with a doctoral thesis written at INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée, France. My thesis work under supervision of Juliette Leblond and Laurent Baratchart was dedicated to the mathematical study of some inverse problems for the Laplace and Poisson equations, in both abstract and concrete settings.
Before that, I did my "specialist" program at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute MEPhI (Faculty of Theoretical and Experimental Physics), Russia, followed by 2 M.Sc. degrees: from the international EU Erasmus Mundus program MathMods (now InterMaths) in 2010, and McMaster University (Department of Mathematics & Statistics), Canada, in 2012, with a M.Sc. thesis work on the analysis of nonlinear wave propagation in photopolymers written under supervision of Dmitry Pelinovsky.
After my Ph.D., from 2016 to 2018, I was a post-doc at ENSTA Paris (France) working with Laurent Bourgeois on the inverse obstacle problem for the time-domain wave equation with constant coefficients.
Since 2018, I have been employed by Institute of Analysis & Scientific Computing at Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien), Austria, as a research postdoc, working in the group of Anton Arnold (in collaboration with Ilaria Perugia and Sjoerd Geevers from University of Vienna), on different aspects of linear wave propagation.
Since March 2022, I am on a partial teaching contract at TU Wien, see the "Teaching" section for more details.
Since 2019, I have also been a permanent researcher (on unpaid leave) at the St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences.

You can contact me by email: dmvpon@gmail.com / dmitry.ponomarev@asc.tuwien.ac.at, or find me at:
Office DA 06 L14, Institute of Analysis & Scientific Computing, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8, Vienna, Austria.