Pure and Applied Mathematics


The focus aims of the Mathematics Institute is to give selected young, talented students from the Sub-Saharan region solid, broad-based, high-level research training in functional analysis and its applications to enable them, while living and working in the Sub-Saharan region, to do research at a very good scientific level and contribute to knowledge by publishing their research findings in high quality international journals. We have the vision that our trained students will get good paying jobs within the Sub-Saharan region to help in training upcoming mathematicians in the Sub-Saharan region.

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  • Sobolev Spaces and Variational Method Applied to Elliptic Partial Differential Equations 

    Enyi, Cyril, Dennis (2010-12-06)
    Variational methods have proved to be very important in the study of optimal shape, time, velocity, volume or energy. Laws existing in mechanics, physics, astronomy, economics and other fields of natural sciences and ...

  • Characteristic Inequalities in Banach Spaces and Applications 

    Abdulrashid, Ismail (2013-05-14)
    The contribution of this project falls within the general area of nonlinear functional analysis and applications. We focus on an important topic within this area: Inequalities in Banach spaces and applications. As is well ...

  • Differential Forms and Applications 

    Uchechukwu, Michael, Opara (2011-12-06)
    This project deals mainly with Differential Forms on smooth Riemannian manifolds and their applications through the properties of their classical Differential and Integral Operators. The calculus of Differential Forms ...

  • Evolution Equations and Applications 

    Ndambomve, Patrice (2011-12-06)
    This project concerns Evolution Equations in Banach spaces and lies at the interface between Functional Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Modeling Theory and Natural Sciences. Evolution Equations include Partial Di erential ...

  • Sobolev Spaces and Linear Elliptic Partial Differential Equations 

    Iyiola, Olaniyi, Samuel (2011-12-06)
    The cardinal goal to the study of theory of Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) is to insure or find out properties of solutions of PDE that are not directly at- tainable by direct analytical means. Certain function ...

  • Spectral Theory of Compact Linear Operators and Applications 

    AUDU, DADDY (2011-12-08)
    This Project primarily falls into the field of Linear Functional Analysis and its Applications to Eigenvalue problems. It concerns the study of Compact Lin- ear Operators (i.e., bounded linear operators which map the ...

  • The Mountain Pass Theorem and Applications 

    Yaptieu, Sylvia (2010-12-06)
    This project lies at the interface between Nonlinear Functional Anal- ysis, unconstrained Optimization and Critical point theory. It concerns mainly the Ambrosetti-Rabinowitz's Mountain Pass Theorem which is a min-max ...

  • Isoperimetric Variational Techniques and Applications 

    Ulrich, GABA (2010-12-06)
    This project is at the interface between Nonlinear Functional Analysis, Con- vex Analysis and Di erential Equations. It concerns one of the most powerful methods often used to solve optimization problems with constraints; ...

  • Floquet Theory and Applications 

    Ebengne, Rosine (2010-12-07)
    This project is at the interface between Analysis, Natural Sciences and Modeling Theory. It deals with Floquet Theory (also re ered to as Floquet-Lyapunov theory) which is the main tool of the theory of periodic ordinary ...

  • Semigroups Of Linear Operators And Application To Differential Equations 

    Padiani, Papy (2009-12-04)
    This work concerns one of the most important tools to solve well-posed problems in the the- ory of evolution equations (e.g di usion equation, wave equations, ...) and in the theory of stochastic process, namely the ...

  • Controllability And Stabilizability Of Linear Systems In Hilbert Spaces 

    Hassan, Jamilu (2010-12-06)
    Questions about controllability and stability arise in almost every dynamical system problem. As a result, controllability and stability are one of the most extensively studied subjects in system theory. A departure point ...