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Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Schl. Kengne (Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Analysis) has a strong research program on the theory of well-posedness boundary value problems for partial differential equations, optical and heat solitons, bio-thermal physics, light propagation, thermal therapy for tumors, and on the numerical analysis of partial differential equations related to heat.
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Département d'informatique et d'ingénierie
Université du Québec en Outaouais
101, Saint-Jean-Bosco, C.P. 1250
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Professor at the department of computer science and engineering of the Université du Québec en Outaouais (Canada), Emmanuel Schl. Kengne is a Cameroonian mathematician and physicist who made major contributions to a vast number of fields, including the theory of well-posedness boundary value problems for partial differential equations, wave propagation on nonlinear transmission lines, optical solitons, nonlinear dynamical lattices, Ginzburg-Landau equations, Boson-Fermion models, and nonlinear Pennes equations, as well as many other mathematical fields. In the field of the theory of boundary value problems, he is known as the first to introduce in mathematical litterature the concept of asymptotical well-posedness of boundary value problems for partial differential equations. His recent significant contributions are in the modification of Pennes bioheat transfer model and its applications in the treatment of human cancers.