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Anton Lukyanenko

I am a post-doc assistant professor at the University of Michigan mathematics department.

Research Interests

The focus of my research is complex hyperbolic space and its boundary the Heisenberg group. More generally, I am interested in hyperbolic geometry, geometric function theory, and geometric group theory.

Most recently, I have been working on quasi-regular mappings and continued fractions in the Heisenberg group, and experimenting with applications of sub-Riemannian geometry to visual processing.


I received my PhD in 2014 under Jeremy Tyson at the University of Illinois. Before that, I got a BS/MA at the University of Maryland under the direction of Bill Goldman.

I am a past member of the Experimental Geometry Lab and a co-founder (with Jayadev Athreya) of the Illinois Geometry Lab.

Contact Information

University of Michigan Mathematics Department
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043

Email: firstname@lastname.net
Office: 5856 East Hall