Esmail Babolian

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Esmail Babolian
Born Isfahan, Iran
Residence Iran
Institutions Kharazmi University
Alma mater Kharazmi University
Doctoral students Abbasbandi S.,[1] Darvishi M.T., Biazar J., Javadi Sh., Davari A., Ghasemi M.,Sarabi M.E.
Known for Numerical analysis

Esmail Babolian is an Iranian numerical analyst, best known as the pioneer professor of numerical analysis in Iran. He has published over 60 international papers[2] in different areas of numerical analysis.[3][4][5] Recently he and Mohebalizadeh have developed a fast numerical method for solving differential equations with high accuracy.[6][7] Babolian is member of the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences.[8]

Education[edit]

Ph.D. University of Liverpool 1980, dissertation: Galerkin Method for Integral and Integro-Differential Equations, Mathematics Subject Classification: 65—Numerical analysis.[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.abbasbandy.com/education.htm
  2. ^ http://cvs.khu.ac.ir/babolian.htm
  3. ^ "Cornell University, A degenerate kernel method for eigenvalue problems of a class of non-compact operators"
  4. ^ "Mathematics Scientific Journal"
  5. ^ "dartmouth.edu"
  6. ^ "Cornell University, (nD+1) Padé approximation"
  7. ^ "Cornell University, A numerical method for one-dimensional nonlinear Sine-Gordon equation using (nD+1) Padé approximation"
  8. ^ "Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences"
  9. ^ "Mathematics Genealogy Project"