
Dmitri Zaitsev
Associate Professor and Fellow
Director of Global Relations



How to meet me:
Please reach out by email
Research Information:
TCD Research Profile
Preprints and Papers (from arXiv.org)
Publication List from Zentralblatt (access without subscription is limited to 3 results)
Publication List from MathSciNet (requires subscription)
Citations from MathSciNet (requires subscription)
Google Scholar Profile
Research Gate
ORCID
Selected Papers
Research Interests
Slides for the Talk on Global Regularity
Slides for Lectures on Global Regularity:
Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3
Open Scholarship
Projects I am involved in:
Articles:
Industry Advising  Academic Partner

Advisor on data modelling, algorithms and AI for Herdsy Ltd, animal analytics company based in Cambridge (UK) and Waterford (Ireland).


CoviFight,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


DetektivKollektiv,
YouTube channel


Digital Stage,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner


Dubio,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


GreenBytes,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


Jop,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


itda: Local community platform,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


Ownemployed,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


PolyVent  the global ventilator design formula,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner


Project Lockdown,
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile


tutify.org:
EUvsVIRUS Hackathon Winner,
EIC profile

Organizing Conferences and Seminars:
Dublin Area Mathematics Colloquium
4th Irish Geometry Conference 2006
Summer School "Real Methods in Complex and CR Geometry" 2002, CIME, Martina Franca (Taranto), Italy
1st Conference "CR Geometry and Partial Differential Equations" 2004
2nd Conference "CR Geometry and PDE's" 2006
3rd Conference "CR Geometry and PDE's" 2008
4th Conference "CR Geometry and PDE's" 2010
5th Conference "CR Geometry and PDE's" 2012
The 2nd William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2006
The 3rd William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2007
The 4th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2008
The 5th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2009
The 6th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2010
The 7th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2011
The 8th William Rowan Hamilton Geometry and Topology Workshop 2012
Erasmus and Exchange
I have served as Erasmus and nonEU Exchange coordinator.
Current coordinator is Kirk M. Soodhalter.
Here is some information about Erasmus and other Exchange programs:
General:
TCD Study Abroad (top level site)
Academic Credit System (ECTS)
Outbound Students:
Where Can I Go?
Non EU Partner Universities
How to Apply
Erasmus and Study Abroad Exchanges in TSM
Erasmus Partner Universities of the School of Mathematics:
France:
Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA),
Exchange students,
Institue Fourier  Laboratoire de mathématiques
Université de Lille,
Exchange students,
Département de Mathématiques,
Mathematics Programmes
Université d'Orléans,
International Relations,
Laboratoire de Mathématiques
Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest,
Exchange students,
Laboratoire de Mathématiques
Université de Nantes,
Exchange students,
Jean Leray Mathematics Institute
Germany:
Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main,
Exchange students,
Programmes
Spain:
Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife,
Exchange students,
Programmes,
Coordinator Prof. Juan José Salazar González (jjsalaza@ull.edu.es)
UK:
Durham University (full year exchange only),
Exchange students,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Undegraduate Programmes
Important (outbound students):
You must:
 Be in your Senior Freshman year at the time of application.
 Have the mark of at least II.1 in your Junior Freshman examinations for NonEU exchange
and at least II.2 in each of your examination years prior to the exchange year for Erasmus exchange.
 Ensure that you can attend the exams for all your modules, both at TCD and abroad. This includes inquiring in advance about the exam dates and avoiding exchanges that may require additional trips to attend exams in one place during terms in the other.
Your credit from abroad must be 45 ECTS for a full year exchange or 22.5 ECTS for a half year, and half of that numbers for your mathematics modules for the TSM. However, it is recommended to take more modules to lower the chance of failure.
Your converted mark will be calculated from your best X credits, where X is the minimum credit number in your case.
Please ensure module availability with the local exchange coordinator of your host university.
Incoming Students:
How to Apply to Trinity
Undergraduate Scholarships & Funding
Why choose an Irish University
Information for International Students
Orientation for new TCD Students
TCD Calendar and Academic Year Structure
TCD Mathematics Modules:
All Current TCD Mathematics Modules
Previous Years TCD Mathematics Modules
Important (incoming students):
(1) To accept incoming students' applications,
we require the marks of at least B
in all mathematics modules at their host university.
(2) Some TCD modules are only offered every second year, so it is advisable to check them for the previous year instead of the current one. To ensure availability of the modules you desire to attend, it is recommended to contact the TCD Schools offering those modules.
(3) When choosing TCD modules, please ensure to have the adequate prerequisites for the modules you plan to attend,
by inspecting the websites of the actual module, as well as the
websites of all modules listed there as prerequisites.
Possible reasons for rejected applications:
(1) Insufficient number of mathematics modules in student's transcript. We can only assess and accept marks in mathematics modules. Students with too few mathematics modules will likely have problems following our courses. It is instead recommended to apply in the main subjects, which would also allow to attend some of our modules with special permission.
(2) Marks lower than B in some of the mathematics modules in student's transcript.
My Current Modules
MAU22E01  Engineering Mathematics III
MAU34205  Topics in Complex Analysis I 2023
My Previous Modules
MAU23204  Introduction to Complex Analysis 2023
MAU34206  Harmonic Analysis I 2023
MAU23204  Introduction to Complex Analysis 2022
MAU22E01  Engineering Mathematics III 2021
MAU34205  Topics in Complex Analysis I 2021
MAU34206  Harmonic Analysis I 2021
MAU22200  Advanced analysis 2020
MAU22E01  Engineering Mathematics III 2020
MAU34206  Harmonic Analysis I 2020
MAU22E01  Engineering Mathematics III, SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2019
MAU34205  Topics in Complex Analysis I 2019
2E01  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2018
MA1213  Introduction to group theory 2018
2E01  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2017
MA2328  Complex Analysis I 2018
MA3423  Topics in Complex Analysis I 2017
MA2328  Complex Analysis 2017
MA1213  Introduction to group theory 2016
2E01  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2016
MA2328  Complex Analysis I 2016
MA3423  Topics in Complex Analysis I 2015
2E01  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2015
MA1214  Introduction to group theory 2015
MA2325  Complex Analysis I 2014
3423/4  Topics in Complex Analysis 201314
2E02  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2014
MA2325  Complex Analysis I 2012
MA1214  Introduction to group theory 2013
2E02  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2013
3423/4  Topics in Complex Analysis 201112
2E02  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2012
2318  Elementary Projective and Algebraic Geometry 2011
2E02  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2011
2325  Complex Analysis I 2010
3423/4  Topics in Complex Analysis 200910
2E02  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 2010
2E2  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200809
214  Complex Variable 2009
414  Complex Analysis 200708
2E2  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200708
321  Functional Analysis 200607
414  Complex Analysis 200506
2E1  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200607
2E1  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200506
2E1  Mathematics for SF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200405
212  Metric Spaces and Topology 200405
425  Differential Geometry 200304
1E1  Mathematics for JF Engineering, MSISS and MEMS 200203
Jokes  Witze  Quotations (about mathematics and life in general)
PLUS magazine
Occam's Razor, William of Ockham (12851349):
"Pluralitas non est ponenda sine neccesitate"
("Never increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything")