Applied Mathematics, Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations, Qualitative Properties (Almost periodicity, Invariant Manifolds, Asymptotic Properties, Stability), Impulsive Perturbations, Delays, Fractional Differential Equations, Applications to real-world phenomena, Neural Networks, Economic models
Gani’s primary research interests are in dynamical systems and differential equations where he has done research for over twenty-five years. He has published 1 book, 2 co-authored books, and over 100 reviewed articles in highly indexed research journals. His current research interests include analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems, differential systems with fractional derivatives and discontinuous parameters, neural networks, biological models, and models in economics.
Stamov is a member of the editorial boards of several internationally recognized journals and an invited speaker at numerous research conferences and seminars. Member of the American Mathematical Society.
His professional history includes a full professorship in Mathematics at the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria (2012-2019), Chair of the Department of Mathematics (2014-2017); Professor (Full) of Mathematics at the Burgas University “Prof. Dr. A. Zlatarov” (2002-2019).
Gani Stamov is experienced in teaching a wide range of courses at both undergraduate and specialized graduate levels, as well as, in the development of numerous mathematical courses for undergraduate and graduate students. His MS degree is in both Mathematics and Math. Education. To date, Stamov has directed 2 Ph.D. dissertations and currently, he is working with seven Ph.D. students. Gani is a course coordinator for Calculus 3 sequence at UTSA. He is also serving as an Instructor in Math. Courses at the UTSA ESTEMEED Research Training Program. Committee Member of the Curriculum Committee.