Gaston M. N’Guérékata

Morgan State University, USA

Gaston Mandata N'Guérékata earned a Ph.D. degree in mathematics at the University of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada, under Professor Samuel Zaidman's supervision and attended the University of California at Berkeley on a postdoctorate program. He is twice tenured as a Full Professor at the University of Bangui in the Central African Republic and Morgan State University in Baltimore, Md, USA (since 2003). He is a Fulbrighter, African Academic of Sciences Fellow, and a Member of the Council for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences. In addition, he received numerous honors from France, USA, and the Central African Republic for his contributions to research and higher education. He is the Chief Editor and Founder of the International Journal of Evolution Equations, Associate Editor at the Applicable Analysis, and a member of the editorial boards four more journals. He authored over 90 research publications, including 4 research monographs in the areas of evolution equations, harmonic analysis, and the theory of almost periodic and almost automorphic functions. He was the Claytor-Wooddard Invited Lecturer at the Mathematics Joint Meetings in San Antonio, Tex, USA, in January 2006.

Biography Updated on 1 April 2009

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