Olga Lukina


Email: lukina@uic.edu

Tel. 1-312-413-3019

Office: 621 SEO

I am a Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. My research lies in dynamical systems theory, in particular, I am interested in dynamics of smooth foliations.

My CV (updated in April 2018) is available here.

Upcoming and recent presentations:

1. The 32nd Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications, semi-plenary talk, June 2017, University of Dayton, Ohio.

2. 52nd Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference, Dynamical Systems Session, Auburn University, March 2018, pdf.

3. 52nd Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference, Algebraic Topology Session, Auburn University, March 2018, pdf.

4. Chicago Action Now!, rotating Chicagoland workshop on Dynamical Systems, Group Actions and Geometry, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, May 2018, pdf.

Student projects supervised:

1. Andrea Jaramillo, A Statistical Analysis of Hypertension in the Chicago Metropolitan Area , an Honors Capstone project, 2014 - 2015.

2. Neelima Borade and Ryan Gleason, Visualizing polytopes in four dimensions: the work of Alicia Boole Stott , an independent study project, Fall 2017, see the poster describing the results of the project.

Doctoral theses co-advised:

1. Jessica Dyer, University of Illinois at Chicago, Dynamics of equicontinuous group actions on Cantor sets, defended in October 2015, doctoral thesis co-advised with Professor Steven Hurder.


In the academic year 2017 - 2018, I am coordinating Math 210 Calculus III

Teaching, Spring 2018

  1. -MATH 210

  2. -MATH 310