Francisco Bulnes

IINAMEI A. C. (Investigación Internacional Avanzada en Matemáticas e Ingeniería

Dr. Francisco Bulnes, PhD, PostDocs, Doctor H. C., HonDSc, zbMATH, MathSci PhD in Mathematical Sciences, IM/UNAM. IINAMEI Director, Mathematics Research Centre in Mexico, 2015-present. Editor-in-Chief of Journals of Mathematics, in USA, and India, 2015-present. Member of various international committees of science. Reviewer of British journals of Mathematics and Physics in SCOPUS; Head of Research Department, GI-TESCHA. Numerous papers (more than 100) in mathematics and physics research journals, and author of several books of mathematics and physics. Recognized in East Europe, Asia, Arab continents. He has many theories, theorems, and math objects with his name. He has received various honors and awards (Doctorates Honoris Causa) by universities and NGOs, likewise GOs. He received the Doctor Honoris Causa in Education Philosophy and Peace Ambassador by ODAEE in Frankfurt, Germany. He is also a Czech Republic Mathematics Society distinguished member (JCFM). He has two post-doctorates in Cuba and Russia in mathematics. Many international awards and badges (more than 50) as Publons badge, SCOPUS, ZbMath, Thomsom Reuters, ORCID, Peace Ambassador and others. His biography has been published by different countries as Mexico, Spain, China, USA, Russia, Cuba, United Kingdom, where even has been honored through tribute in a British publishing house. He is an author, reviewer, book editor, and collaborator with IntechOpen from 2010.In addition, he has undertaken advanced research in electronics, micro-electronics and spintronics. He is an author, reviewer, book editor, and collaborator with IntechOpen from 2010.

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The complex analysis, also known as theory of analytic functions or complex variable function theory, is the part of mathematical analysis that investigates the functions of complex numbers, their analyticity, holomorphicity, and integration of these functions on complex domains that can be complex manifolds or submanifolds. Also the extensions of these domains to the complex projective spaces and complex topological groups are study themes. The analytic continuing of complex domains where complex series representations are used and the exploring of singularities whose integration invariants obtain values as zeros of certain polynomials of the complex rings of certain vector bundles are important in the exploring of new function classes in the meromorphic context and also arithmetic context. Also important are established correspondences with complex vector spaces, or even in their real parts, using several techniques of complex geometrical analysis, Nevanlinna methods, and other techniques as the modular forms. All this is just some examples of great abundance of the problems in mathematics research that require the complex analysis application. This book covers some interesting and original research of certain topics of complex analysis. Also included are some applications for inverse and ill posed problems developed in engineering and applied research.

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