## Inna LukyanenkoHi there,This is a temporary page while I am trying to figure out if I can do anything useful with this space. I am a mathematics tutor at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, the University of Melbourne, and a Graduate Diploma student in psychology, also at the University of Melbourne. If you are interested in private math tutoring or talking about psychology please contact me via inna.lukyanenko@unimelb.edu.au CV
Interests in mathematics: Mathematical physics, quantum theory, quantum integrable and exactly solvable models, boundary quantum inverse scattering method, BCS Models, Richardson-Gaudin models, quantum field theory, representation theory of quantum groups Interests in psychology: Depression and anxiety, borderline personality disorder, theory of consciousness, neural correlates of consciousness, integrated information theory, free will, empathy, artificial intelligence Professional experience: April 2016 - April 2017, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, the University of Melbourne |

- January 2018 - present, Graduate Diploma in psychology, the University of Melbourne, Australia

- October 2012 - August 2016, PhD in mathematics, the University of Queensland, Australia

Thesis:*Richardson-Gaudin models from the boundary quantum inverse scattering method*

Supervisors: Jon Links and Phillip Isaac - October 2007 - October 2011, PhD in mathematics (withdrawn), Berlin Technical University, Germany

Research Area: Discrete Differential Geometry

Supervisor: Alexander Bobenko - September 2003 - June 2008, Diploma in mathematics, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

Diploma Thesis:*Fundamental R-matrix for the quantum integrable model with symmetry algebra GL_q(2)*

Supervisor: Andrei Bytsko

- February 2017 - present, Linear algebra & Real analysis, School of Mathematics and Statistics, the University of Melbourne

- August 2014 - October 2014, Algebraic Methods of Mathematical Physics, School of Mathematics and Physics, the University of Queensland

- December 2013 - January 2014, Multivariate Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations, School of Mathematics and Physics, the University of Queensland

Maintained by Inna Lukyanenko. Last modified April 2018.