Stefaní Mancas

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Stefaní Mancas

Dr. Stefani Mancas received a Ph. D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Central Florida, with the dissertation topic "Dissipative solitons in the cubic-quintic complex Ginzburg-Landau equation: Bifurcations and Spatiotemporal Structure", for which she won the Outstanding Dissertation Award.

Currently, Stefani is a tenured full professor, and a researcher, in the Department of Mathematics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach. Stefani’s research areas are finding analytical solutions to nonlinear dissipative equations that can be reduced through Darboux transformations to Riccati or Abel equations. Her main focus is on Schrödinger equation where she uses methods based on variational formulation of complex analysis together with ansatz reduction with global minimizers of objective functions, applied to supersymmetric quantum mechanics.

Additionally, Stefani is using the theory of elliptic functions with applications to problems in nonlinear optics, soliton theory, general relativity, and inflation, as well as optimization of the blockchain, and quantum cryptography

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