Zora Thomova
My local coordinates are: Zora THOMOVA Professor of Mathematics Recipient of Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching Applied Mathematics Program SUNY Poly 100 Seymour Road Utica, NY 13504-3050 USA |
Courses Taught at SUNY Poly:
Elements of Calculus (MAT 112) | Calculus 2 (MAT 122) | Calculus 3 (MAT 253) |
Intro to Abstract Math (MAT 380) | Modern Algebra (MAT 381) | Matrix Methods (MAT 340) |
Real Analysis (MAT 425) | Number Theory and Its Applications (MAT 430/MAT 530) | Partial Differential Equasions (MAT 450) |
Differential Equations (MAT 230) | Ordinary Diff. Equations with Series solutions (MAT 260) | Series and Boundary Value Problems (MAT 401) |
Financial Mathematics 1- Interest Rate Theory (MAT 521) |
Some links for students interested in Math
HRUMC - SUNYIT students first time participated in Spring 2003
American Mathematics Society - for undergraduate students.
Summer research experiences for undergraduate students
Scholarly Accomplishments
Books edited
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D.Levi,
P. Olver, Z. Thomova, P. Winternitz (Eds): Symmetries and Integrability of Difference Equations, London Mathematical
Society Lecture Notes Series, Cambridge University Press, June 2011
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D.Levi,
P. Olver, Z. Thomova, P. Winternitz (Eds): Symmetries and Integrability of Difference Equations, Special Issue of
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 42, November 2009
Invited
contributions:
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Z.
Thomova: Impact of Current Events on Disaster
Recovery and Business Continuation Plans: Regulation for Financial
Institutions; Proceeding of the 4^{th} international conference Secure
Europe Secure Slovakia, 8 pages (2010)
Refereed journal contributions
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D.
Levi, E. Ricca, Z. Thomova,
P. Winternitz: Lie group
analysis of a generalized Krichever-Novikov
differential-difference equation , J. Math. Phys.,
55, 103503-12, (2014)
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D.
Levi, C. Scimiterna, Z. Thomova,
P. Winternitz: Contact transformations for difference
schemes, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor., Fast track comm. 45, (2012); recognition: "IOP Select" and "J Phys A highlights of 2012"
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D.
Levi, Z. Thomova, P. Winternitz:
Are there Contact transformation for Discrete Equations?, J. Phys A: Math.Theor.,
44, (2011) ; recognition "IOP Select"
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Z. Thomova:
Separation of variables and Integrability in
4-dimensional Space - An Example; Proceedings of the 26^{th}
International Conference on Group Theory in Mathematical Physics, New York, NY
( 2006)
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E.G. Kalnins, Z. Thomova and P Winternitz:
Subgroup Type Coordinates and the Separation of Variables in Hamilton-Jacobi
and Schrödinger Equations, J. Nonlin. Math. Phys.,
12, p. 178-208, (2005)
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Z. Thomova and P Winternitz:
Separation
of Variables and Darboux Transformations; in Bäcklund
and Darboux Transformations. The Geometry of Solitons, AMS and CRM Proceedings; Lecture Notes, p.419-427,
(2001)
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Z. Thomova and P Winternitz:
Maximal Abelian Subalgebras of the Pseudoeuclidean Lie Algebras, Lin.
Algebra Appl., 291,p.
245-274 (1999)
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Z. Thomova and P. Winternitz:
Maximal Abelian Subgroups of the isometry and Conformal Groups of Euclidean and Minkowski Spaces,J.Phys.A,
31,1831-1858 (1998)
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Z. Thomova, P. Winternitz and W.J.Zakrzewski: Solutions of (2+1)-dimensional Spin System, J.Math.Phys.
,39, 3927-3944, (1998)
Other publications
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Derivative
Market Exercise book - to accompany the Derivatives Fundamental course and
video-course. UBS, 2001
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Z.
Thomova: Maximal Abelian Subalgebras
of Real Pseudoeuclidean Lie Algerbas
and Their Applications to Physics, PhD Thesis, University of Montreal, 1998
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Z.
Thomova: Mathematical Modeling of Single Photon
Avalanche Diode (in Slovak), MSc Thesis,
Department of Solid State Physics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical
Engineering, Czech Technical University, Prague, 1991
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Z.
Thomova, Mathematical Modeling of Diodes (in
Slovak), research report, Department of
Solid State Physics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
Czech Technical University, Prague, May 1990
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Z.
Thomova, translation of J. Miller et al: Modeling of
Semiconductor Devices and Technological Processes (from Russian to Slovak),
research report, Department of Solid State Physics, FNSPE, Czech Technical
University, Prague, 1989