Academic Books
Varouzhan S. Atabekyan
1978-1983 B.Sc.: Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Yerevan State University
1983-1986 PhD: Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Moscow State University

Academic degree
Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Candidate thesis: “Method of Diagrams and Groups with Identities”, Moscow State University, 1987 թիվը առանց փակագծերի
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Doctoral thesis: “Automorphisms and subgroups of free Burnside groups”, Russian Academy of Sciences, Steklov Mathematical Institute, 2011

Professional experience
From 2013 to date: Head of Chair of Algebra and Geometry, Yerevan State University
From 2012 to date: Professor, Yerevan State University
1991 – 2012: Assosiate professor, Yerevan State University
1987 – 1991: Assistant professor, Yerevan State University

Academic courses
Algebra and Number Theory, Linear Algebra and Geometry, Mathematical Logic, Combinatorial and Geometric Group Theory

Scale of professional interests
Combinatorial and Geometric Group Theory, Variety of Groups, Periodic Groups, Algorithmic Problems in Algebra

Participation in grant projects
Combinatorial methods and algorithmic problems in group theory and semigroup theory
Structures defined by identities and hyperidentities and its applications

Professional membership
Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Proceedings of the Yerevan State University, Physical and Mathematical Sciences”,
Member of the Editorial Board of the “Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Analysis” (Armenian National Academy of Sciences),
Member of the professional council 050 in YSU,
Member of academic council of Department of Mathematics and Mechanics, YSU.

Awards received
The President Prizes of the Republic of Armenia for the Natural Sciences (2010)
The winner of "The Productive Researcher -2013" contest;
The State Committee of Science RA
Prize for the best scientific work, Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University (2011-2012).
The winner of young scientists' contest in honor of 275-th anniversary of M. Lomonosov, Moscow State University (1986)

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