Sergey Zuev

Professor, Mathematical Sciences

SZ has received his PhD from Moscow State university in 1988. Worked in Russia, France, UK and now in Sweden. Numerous works in Applied Probability and Statistics, in particular, on percolation, stochastic geometry, telecommunications modeling, stochastic stability and optimization, experimental design. Holder of a number of research grants, including the majour 2013-2018 KAW grant "Big data and big systems - bridging local and global". Associated editor of Queueing systems journal.
Reading undergraduate course: Probability and mathematical  Statistics (TMS062), Master course Foundations of Probability theory (MVE140, MSA150), postgraduate courses: Weak convergence, Poisson measures. Main developer of Virtual learning Environment system used by 6 courses.

Published: Tue 12 Mar 2013. Modified: Fri 03 Mar 2017