Biographical details
1999  2004: BSc at the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Belarusian State University, Belarus
2005  2007: PhD at the University of York, UK
2008  2011: Research assistant at the University of York
2011  2014: Lecturer at Durham University, UK
2014  2017: Reader at Durham University, UK
Research interests
My research interests mainly lie in Diophantine Approximation, a rapidly developing area of Analytic Number Theory. They are linked with a wide range of other topics including combinatorics on words, homogeneous dynamics, measure theory and ergodic theory. One of my most recent research activities is investigating the structure of the sets of badly approximable points in R^{n} and more generally in complete metric spaces. I am also investigating the approximational properties of Mahler numbers and Mahler functions.
Teaching and supervision
Timetable
D_Badziahin
Awards and honours
Aug  Sep 2015: LMS Undergraduate Research Bursary for the summer project with Matthew Northey. Title of the project: ``Checking padic Littlewood conjecture for certain types of numbers''. Award value: £1080.
Oct 2013  Oct 2015: EPSRC First Grant. Title: ``Theory of Badly Approximable Sets''. Award value: £99997.
Mar  Apr 2014: (joint with N. Peyerimhoff and T. Ward) LMS funding for Northern Regional Meeting 2014. Title of meeting: ``Dynamics and Analytic Number Theory''. Award value: £7500.
Aug  Sep 2013: LMS Nuffield Undergraduate Research Bursary for the summer project with Isabelle Hirst. Title of the project: ``padic Littlewood conjecture for some collections of numbers''. Award value: £1080.
1998  2003: I took part in a number of Belarusian and international mathematical and programming olympiads. There I got various awards including first prices.
Selected grants
2013
 Theory of badly approximable sets; Badziahin D; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)/Research Grant.
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