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Alexander Rozenblyum
 


Ph.D. in Mathematics at Byelorussian University, Minsk, USSR,
Doctor of Sciences in Mathematics (Advanced Degree) at Leningrad University, Leningrad, USSR.

Worked as a Professor of Mathematics at Grodno University, Grodno, USSR, and as a Teacher of Mathematics at Brooklyn Technical High School, New York.

Currently, Professor of Mathematics at New York City College of Technology,
The City University Of New York, New York.

Taught: Calculus, Functional Analysis, Representation Theory of Groups, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Foundations of High School Mathematics.

Areas of Research: Special Functions of Mathematical Physics and Representation Theory of Groups.

Author and co-author of more than 50 Scientific and Methodological Publications in Mathematics including.

Publications in journals: “Soviet Math. Dokl”, “Uspechi Mat. Nauk”, “Izvest. VUZ”, “Differ. Equations”, “Theoretical and Mathematical Physics”, “Radiotechnics and Electronics”.
Research monograph “Multidimensional special functions in the Theory of Group representations”, Minsk, USSR, Universitetskoe, 1992, 304 p., ISBN=5–7855–0356–5 (together with L. Rozenblyum).
Article “Representation of Lie Groups and Multidimensional Special Functions”, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae, v. 29, p. 171 – 240, 1992.

The biography has been selected for 11th Edition of “Who’s Who in the World” and 25th Edition of “Who’s Who in the East”. Member of American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America. Worked as a reviewer for “Mathematical Review” and “Zentralblatt fur Mathematik”.

 

  Leonid Rozenblyum

 

 


Ph.D. in Mathematics at Byelorussian University, Minsk, USSR.

Worked as a Senior Scientist at Scientific Research Center Industry, Minsk, USSR and as Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Byelorussian University, Minsk, USSR.

Currently, Principal Engineer, Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, California.

Taught: Functional Analysis, Theory of Groups, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Theory of Finite Differences, Computer Science including programming languages: Assembler, PL/1, Fortran, C, C++ and operating Systems: MVS, DOS, UNIX.

Areas of Research: Special Functions of Mathematical Physics and Representation Theory of Groups. Elaboration of Algorithms and Mathematical Simulation. Design and Development a Database Management Systems.

Author and coauthor of more than 30 Scientific and Technical Publications in Mathematics and Computer Science including

Publications in journals: “Soviet Math. Dokl”, “Uspechi Mat. Nauk”, “Izvest. VUZ”, “Differ. Equations”.
Research monograph “Multidimensional special functions in the Theory of Group representations”, Minsk, USSR, Universitetskoe, 1992, 304 p., ISBN=5–7855–0356–5 (together with A. Rozenblyum).

Received nineteen Certificates of Innovations in Information Technology.

 

 

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