Sergei Kiselev


MIPT, Moscow
Research interests:

Extremal Combinatorics, Probabilistic Methods, Data Analysis

Short Bio

I was born in Omsk in 1996. As a high-school student, I was a prize-winner and winner of Russian National Olympiads in Mathematics and Informatics. In 2019 I graduated from Yandex School of Data Analysis and in 2020 I received a master's degree at MIPT.

Now I am a PhD student at MIPT. My main research interests are extremal combinatorics and probabilistic methods, but I am also interested in machine learning.




  1. N. Frankl, S. Kiselev, A. Kupavskii, B. Patkós
  2. D. Cherkashin, S. Kiselev
  3. S. Kiselev, A. Kupavskii

Journal publications

  1. S. Kiselev, A. Kupavskii
    Rainbow matchings in k‐partite hypergraphs, to appear in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society.
  2. Balogh J., Cherkashin D., Kiselev S.
    Coloring general Kneser graphs and hypergraphs via high-discrepancy hypergraphs, European Journal of Combinatorics, 2019, Т. 79, pp 228-236.
  3. Derevyanko N. M., Kiselev S.
    Independence numbers of random subgraphs of some distance graph, Problems of Information Transmission, 2017, Т. 53, №. 4, pp 307-318.

Refereed Conferences Publications

  1. S. Kiselev, A. Kupavskii
    Sharp bounds for the chromatic number of random Kneser graphs, Acta Mathematica Universitatis Comenianae, 88 (2019), N3, 861'865.