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Mezher, Ali

Ali Mezher

Teaching Assistant
Department of Mathematics

Exploring nonlinear dispersive PDEs in mathematical physics, blending analysis to decode complex patterns in everyday phenomena.

My journey in the realm of mathematics began with a bachelor's degree in the University of Al-Qadisyia, laying a solid foundation for my academic pursuits. This was followed by my first master's degree from the University of Kufa, Iraq, where I focused on nonlinear ODEs in the complex domain using the Homotopy method. I further expanded my expertise with a second master's degree at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) of Kyoto University, diving into the well-posedness of nonlinear dispersive PDEs , dynamical systems approach, particularly the Zakharov-Kuznetsov (ZK) equation and the Dysthe equation.

Currently, I am actively involved in research on mathematical physics and the analysis of PDEs, concentrating on systems describing the behavior of many particles, including Bosons and Fermions, under the mentorship of Professor Thomas Chen. This cutting-edge research is a crucial part of my ongoing commitment to exploring complex mathematical and physical interactions.

Complementing my research, I have a rich history of teaching mathematics, with a decade of experience in Iraq. Beyond the classroom, I extend my passion for mathematics through my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@AliJoohy/videos, offering (free) advanced courses and sharing my deep understanding of the subject with a global audience. This blend of theoretical research, practical teaching, and digital educating underscores my dedication to the advancement and dissemination of mathematical knowledge.

 Analyis of PDEs, nonlinear Dynamical systems, nonlinear dispersive PDEs, and Mathematical physics. 

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship