Uchechukwu E. Vincent
I was born in 1971 and currently a Regular Visiting Royal Society Newton International Fellowship position at Lancaster University, United Kingdom, where I carry out research with he Nonlinear Biomedical Physics Group in the Department of Physics. I coupled my research work at Lancaster with a permanent Senior Lectureship position in the Department of Physical Sciences, Redeemers University (RUN), Nigeria, and also the Deputy Dean of the College of Natural Sciences. I obtained PhD. degree in Theoretical Physics, in 2005, from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. My main research interests are in the theory of dynamical systems with specific interest in the dynamics and bifurcation analysis of hybrid systems and nonlinear oscillators, synchronization and control of chaotic dynamical systems, classical and stochastic transport in non-equilibrium systems. I am a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the prestigious Newton International Fellowship funded by the Royal Society of London. I have also received the 2nd Young African Mathematician Medal Award in Mathematical Physics in 2009, by the African Mathematics Union (AMU).
Biography Updated on 27 January 2013