Vladimir Turaev is a mathematician of Russian origin, who has made fundamental contributions to Quantum Field Theory, low dimensional topology, knot theory, and their interactions with mathematical physics and algebra.

He is currently based at Indiana University (Home page which is not very informative!)

## Selected writings

• On certain enumeration problems in two-dimensional topology , Math. Res. Lett.16(3) (2009), 515-529.

Introducing the Reshetikhin-Turaev construction:

On knot theory and 3-manifolds:

• Homotopy Quantum Field Theory , EMS Tracts in Math.10, European Math. Soc. Publ. House, Zurich 2010.
• Dijkgraaf-Witten invariants of surfaces and projective representations of groups, J. Geom. Phys. 57(11) (2007), 2419-2430.

On braid groups:

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