Dimo Uzunov

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Dimo I. Uzunov was born in 1950, in Zlatograd, Bulgaria. He graduated from the Physics Faculty of St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia in 1974. He majored in condensed matter physics, in particular, in the theory of condensed matter. He received his PhD degree in Physics in 1981 and the degree of Doctor of Physical Sciences in 1988 from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia). His career and permanent positions of researcher, associate professor and (since 1993) Professor of Physics and head of a research group are related with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia). Besides, through temporal appointments and visits he has performed a collaborative research in a number of scientific institutioins, for example, University of Brasilia, JINR-Dubna, Leeds University, Linz University, Max-Planck Institute, Pavia University, Polish Academy of Sciences, Salerno University, Tokyo University. His research interests include problems of condensed matter theory, statistical physics, field theory, phase transitions and critical phenomena, superconductivity, BEK and superfluidity, and magnetism. He has written more than 100 scientific papers among which research publications, monographs and editions of books. Professor Uzunov has a number of successful MS and PhD students.

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The book contains seven chapters written by noted experts and young researchers who present their recent studies of both pure mathematical problems of perturbation theories and application of perturbation methods to the study of the important topic in physics, for example, renormalization group theory and applications to basic models in theoretical physics (Y. Takashi), the quantum gravity and its detection and measurement (F. Bulnes), atom-photon interactions (E. G. Thrapsaniotis), treatment of spectra and radiation characteristics by relativistic perturbation theory (A. V. Glushkov et al), and Green's function theory and some applications (Jing Huang). The pure mathematical issues are related to the problem of generalization of the boundary layer function method for bisingularly perturbed differential equations (K. Alymkulov and D. A. Torsunov) and to the development of new homotopy asymptotic methods and some of their applications (Baojian Hong).

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