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Roman V. Bessonov
Roman V. Bessonov
Associate Professor

29 Line 14th (Vasilyevsky Island), 199178 Saint Petersburg, Russia

Reception hours:

Tuesday, from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm



2013 — Ph.D. (C.Sc.) in Mathematics and Physics («Real, Complex and Functional Analysis»)
Institution: Institute of Mathematics with Computer Center at Ufa Federal Research Center RAS
Thesis title: Truncated Toeplitz Operators and Factorization of Pseudocontinuable Functions
Advisor: V.V. Kapustin

2009 — Specialist Degree in Mathematics
Institution: St. Petersburg State University

Scientific interests

  • complex and real analysis
  • inverse problem for canonical Hamiltonian systems

Additional Information

See my curriculum vitae.


6 Bessonov R.V., Romanov R.V., An inverse problem for weighted Paley-Wiener spaces, Inverse Problems 32 (2016) 115007; preprint (2015).
5 Roman Bessonov, Vladimir Kapustin, Averaged wave operators and complex­symmetric operators, Complex Analysis and Operator Theory, 10:6 (2016), 1213-1226; preprint (2015).
4 Bessonov R.V., Fredholmness and compactness of truncated Toeplitz and Hankel operators, Integral Equations Operator Theory, 82:4 (2015), 451-467; preprint (2014).
3 Bessonov R.V., Truncated Toeplitz operators of finite rank, Proceedings of the AMS, 142:4 (2014), 1301-1313; preprint (2012).
2 Bessonov R.V., Analytic approximation in $L^p$ and coinvariant subspaces of the Hardy space, Journal of Approximation Theory, 174 (2013), 113-120; preprint (2013).
1 Anton Baranov, Roman Bessonov, Vladimir Kapustin, Symbols of truncated Toeplitz operators, Journal of Functional Analysis, 261:12 (2011), 3437-3456; preprint (2010).