Robert M. Yamaleev

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

Professor Robert M. Yamaleev is a scientist working in the fields of theoretical physics, mathematical physics and applied mathematics. 1966-1971, Student of Ufa(capital of Bashkirian republic, USSR) State University ,Faculty of Physics. 1972-1997, Leading research fellow in Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Laboratory of informational technologies, Dubna, USSR. 1997-2010, Investigator (tecnico-academico) in Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, UNAM, Mexico. 2011, Leading research fellow in Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Laboratory of informational technologies, Dubna, Russia. Scientific achievements: --- Methods of solution of non-linear integro-differential equations. --- Method of solution of system of non-linear algebraic equation. --- Theory of multi-complex numbers and n-linear formulation of quantum mechanics. --- Generalized classical mechanics based on elliptic and hyper-elliptic functions. --- Paragrassmann extension of Pauli and Dirac equations, fractional oscillator model. --- Double-potential representation of electromagnetic fields. --- Theory of ternary electromagnetic fields. --- Theory of general complex numbers and its geometrical and physical interpretation. --- Evolutionary method of construction of solutions of polynomials and related generalized dynamics. --- Concept of co-rapidity and its applications in relativistic physics.

Biography Updated on 20 July 2012

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