Dr. Vera Roshchina is a DECRA Research Fellow at the School of Science, RMIT University. She works on finite dimensional optimisation problems, focussing on the geometry of underlying objects. This includes subdifferential calculus and the study of facial structure of convex sets.
Vera received her Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the City University of Hong Kong in 2009. Prior to joining RMIT University in 2015 she held postdoctoral positions at University of Evora (Portugal), Federation University Australia and The University of Melbourne. She has published around 30 papers in international journals in the areas of subdifferential calculus, real complexity and dynamical systems.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong (2009)
Professional Diploma in Mathematics and System Programming, Saint-Petersburg State University (2005)
Geometric properties of finite dimensional optimisation problems