Galyna V. Livshyts

Welcome to my webpage! I am an Associate professor at the Mathematics Department at Georgia Institute of Technology. I work in Asymptotic Analysis and Convex geometry, which means that I like a lot the following areas of math: Geometric Analysis, Random matrix theory, Probability, Harmonic Analysis, Discrete and Combinatorial geometry. This research is supported by NSF CAREER DMS-1753260 and NSF-BSF DMS-2247834, in collaboration with Liran Rotem.

Please check out and consider registering for a Workshop in High-Dimensional Phenomena and Convexity, which I will organize jointly with Rotem Assouline, Dan Mikulincer, Liran Rotem, Shay Sadovsky in Israel, on 9-13 June, 2025. While the details are currently preliminary, more information will be posted in due course.

In the Fall 2023 I taught a graduate topics course in Concentration of Measure phenomenon and Convexity, see in particular the class notes which will continue to be actively updated. In the Spring 2024 I taught a graduate course in High-Dimensional Probability, see also the class notes. While the two courses are independent of one another, they also complement one another, and the notes will be eventually unified.

A letter to international colleagues from the Tel Aviv University. I urge everyone to please read this letter and sign up for the newsletter that is included here. Please check out also A letter by the President of the Academy of Sciences in Israel as well as another open letter from TAU.

An initiative to support Ukrainian mathematicians


Address: Room 108C, Skiles bldg, located at 686 Cherry street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30332.




Seminars and conferences organized

Some more links and files

My husband Benjamin Jaye is also a mathematician. He also works at Georgia Tech.