Dr. Vladimir Vinogradov is a Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. He is a Professor of Mathematics at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He earned his M.Sc. in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Probability and Statistics from Moscow State University with his dissertation published in his monograph "Refined Large Deviation Limit Theorems". Professor Vinogradov has taught in various post-secondary institutions of Canada, Japan, Russia and U.S.A., and held an NSERC Canada postdoctoral fellowship at Carleton University. His research focuses on various topics of Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Mathematical Statistics, Analysis and Financial Mathematics. Professor Vinogradov has published articles in many professional journals and presents frequently at national and international conferences. He has been recipient of a British Columbia – Asia Pacific Scholars' Award, and served on the Ontario Graduate Scholarships Committee as well as NSERC Canada external reviewer and graduate coordinator at the University of Northern British Columbia. Professor Vinogradov is advisor to Actuarial Science and Mathematical Statistics majors.
Please view videos of Professor Vinogradov's sample lectures here.
Students taking STAC62 and STAC63 may also find the following sample talks useful.
International Conference in Probability and Statistics Introductory Remarks
On two extensions of the canonical Feller–Spitzer distribution
Properties of special cases of the Wright function arising in probability theory
Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program - Group 4 research meeting
On equi-/over-/underdispersion and related properties of members of some classes of probability distributions
On Approximating by Discontinuous Superprocesses
To view the international posters of conferences Professor Vinogradov has co-organized, please see the International Conference in Probability and Statistics 2022 and International Conference on Analysis, Applications, & Computations 2015.