Artem Pulemotov is currently an associate professor at the University of Queensland.
He received his undergraduate degree from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He was an L.E. Dickson Instructor at the University of Chicago before starting at the University of Queensland as a lecturer in 2012. His research is in geometric analysis.
Artem has won teaching awards and grants from Cornell University and the University of Queensland. He has participated in several school outreach programs, such as the CSIRO Mathematicians in School. He was an STA STEM Ambassador in 2021–2022.
Citation: For initiating and leading reforms in mathematics teaching that increase student participation and enhance student experience in university mathematics courses at all levels. Artem’s inspired and innovative teaching style combines in-depth exploration of the material with highly intuitive hands-on explanations that ensure extraordinary levels of student engagement and motivation. Artem pioneers transformative maths teaching, fosters student involvement and enthusiasm through innovative methods, and enhances university mathematics courses at all levels.