I have been studying Russian for about a year now as a bit of personal edification, but I would like to be able to talk about and write about mathematics in Russian, as well. I find it enhances my understanding of things if I connect different disciplines in meaningful ways. I am proficient, though not expert, but I am improving.
I would like to (eventually) be able to read preprints and original books in Russian (e.g., Shilov, Markov, Kantorovich, etc.), and to be able to interact with Russian colleagues in their own language (without having to pester them about terminology day in and day out).
I have found these resources, so far:
This from the University of Bonn, and this, a dictionary file for Polyglossum (which I had never heard of until this thought struck me), and two books: Russian for the mathematician (S.H. Gould, 1972), and Russian for the scientist and mathematician (C.A. Croxton, 1984).
Has anyone been in a similar situation, or know of other good materials to use while working toward my goal?