Ivanov receives Fulbright Scholar grant
Anatoli F. Ivanov, Ph.D., professor of mathematics at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, has received a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture and conduct research on “Global Stability, Periodic Solutions and Complicated Behavior in Real-Life Models Described by Differential Delay Equations; Aspects of the Qualitative Theory in Functional Differential Equations.” Approximately 800 U.S. faculty and professionals received Fulbright grants this year to lecture or conduct research abroad.
Dr. Ivanov graduated with honors from Kiev University, Faculty of Mathematics. He earned his doctoral degree from the Institute of Mathematics of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. He has authored and coauthored more than 70 research papers and articles. Previously, Dr. Ivanov received a grant from the National Science Foundation for his cooperative research work with a group of mathematicians at the University of Chile, resulting in several publications. In addition, he was awarded a grant from the National Research Council to support research with professor D. Khusainov at the Kiev National University in Ukraine, also resulting in numerous publications.
Dr. Ivanov resides in Trucksville and has taught mathematics at the campus in Lehman since 1994.