PhD, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (Leipzig, Germany)
Today Ivan Yamshchikov is a researcher at Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig. Before that he successfully completed two master's degrees: in physics at St. Petersburg State University and in financial mathematics at Halmstad University (Sweden). Then he received a PhD in applied mathematics at Brandenburg University of Technology (Germany). After that, he worked for Yandex for six years, where he was engaged in marketing and behavioral analytics, and experimental products in the field of data analysis.
Post-graduate student, University of California (San Diego, USA)
Today, Ivan Mikhailin is a post-graduate student at University of California (USA).
Before that he graduated from St. Petersburg Polytechnic University with a bachelor's degree, received a master's degree in theoretical computer science at the Academic University of the Russian Academy of Sciences, after which he worked on circuit complexity and algorithms for NP-hard problems in Computer Science Center. Then in 2014 he was successfully admitted to the graduate school of University of California in San Diego.