Stanislav Volkov received his Diploma in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Mathematics from Moscow State University, and his M.A. and M.Sc. in Economics from New Economics School and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He worked as postdoctoral fellow in the Fields Institute (Canada) and EURANDOM (Netherlands) before moving to a permanent position in the University of Bristol (UK). Since 2012, he is a Professor of Mathematical Statistics in Lund University.
His research interests include discrete probability, history-dependent random walks, and percolation.