Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics

Editor-in-Chief: Zhong Wang
Honorary Editor
: Zhijun Qiao
ISSN: 1941-3963
Frequency: Quarterly
Binding: Softcover
Size: 7 x 10, Single column

Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics is a peer-reviewed, international journal published quarterly by Nova Science Publishers. The aim of the journal is to provide fast publishing of high-quality original research papers in all areas of nonlinear applied mathematical systems. Subject areas include (but are not limited to) Fluid Mechanics, Discrete Dynamical Systems, Solitons and Integrable Systems, Inverse Spectral Problem, Approximation Theory, Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, Real and Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, Operator Algebras, Computer Algebra, Applied Differential Geometry, Biostatistics and Survival Analysis, Nonlinear Waves, Nonlinear Optics, Numerical Algorithms and Numerical Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, and Mathematical Biology.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Zhong Wang (Serving Areas: Asia, Australia)
School of Mathematical Sciences
Zhaoqing University
Zhaoqing, Guang Dong 526061
CHINA
E-mail: kyczwang@zqu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Ordinary differential equations, differential operators, operator theory and applications in differential equations

HONORARY EDITOR

Zhijun Qiao (Serving Areas: North America, South America, Europe, Africa)
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas – Pan American
Edinburg, TX 78539
USA
E-mail: qiao@utpa.edu

Research Areas: Soliton theory, integrable systems, nonlinear partial differential equations, lattice systems and symplectic map, lie group and lie algebra, r-matrix structure, finite dimensional dynamical systems, and PDEs analysis and radar image
EDITORIAL BOARD

Anjan Biswas
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Delaware State University
1200 N DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901-2277
USA
E-mail: abiswas@desu.edu

Expertise: Theory of solitons, optical solitons, solitary waves, solitons in plasmas, nonlinear integrable systems

Jerry L. Bona
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago
851 S. Morgan Street MC 249
Chicago, Il 60607
USA
E-mail: bona@math.uic.edu

Research Areas: Fluid mechanics, partial differential equations, numerical analysis, oceanography, coastal engineering, economic theory

Hüseyin Bor
Department of Mathematics
Erciyes University
38039 Kayseri
TURKEY
E-mail: bor@erciyes.edu.tr

Research Areas: Summability theory, fourier analysis, special functions and inequalities

Temuer Chaolu
Mathematics Department of College of Arts and Sciences
Shanghai Maritime University
Shanghai 201306
CHINA
E-mail: tmchaolu@shmtu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Symmetry of partial differential equations, symbolic computation, mechanical mathematics, optimization method in logistics and transportation

Alatancang Chen
School of Mathematical Sciences
Inner Mongolia University
235 West Daxue Road
Hohhot 010021
CHINA
E-mail: alatanca@imu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Spectral theory of non-selfadjoint operators (unbounded), completeness of eigenfunctions, eigenfunction expansions, the spectrum of infinite dimensional Hamiltonian operators

Lokenath Debnath
Department of Mathematics
University of Texas-Pan American
1201 W. University Drive
Edinburg, TX 78541-2999
USA
E-mail: debnathl@panam.edu

Research Areas: Applied mathematics, applied partial differential equations, integral transforms, fluid dynamics, continuum mechanics, nonlinear waves, wave motions in fluids and solids

Chris Eilbeck
Department of Mathematics
Maxwell Institute and Department of Mathematics
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, EH14 4AS
UK
E-mail: J.C.Eilbeck@hw.ac.uk

Research Areas: Nonlinear waves, waves in discrete systems, numerical analysis, computer algebra, abelian functions and applications

Engui Fan
Department of Mathematics
Fudan University
Shanghai 200433
PR CHINA
E-mail: faneg@fudan.edu.cn

Research Areas: Soliton and integrable systems, nonlinear partial differential equations

Maoan Han
Institute of Mathematics
Shanghai Normal University
Guilin Road 100, Shanghai, 200234
CHINA
E-mail: mahan@shnu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Nonlinear science, ordinary differential equations, dynamical systems

Willy Hereman
Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401-1887
USA
E-mail: whereman@mines.edu

Research Areas: Solitary waves and solitons, integrable systems, symmetries, recursion operators, conservation laws, computer algebra

Alex Himonas
Mathematic Department
255 Hurley Building
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
USA
E-mail: himonas.1@nd.edu

Research Areas: Partial differential equations and nonlinear evolution equations

Xingbiao Hu
Institute of Computational Mathematics and Scientific Engineering Computing Academy of Mathematics and System Sciences
Academia Sinica, Beijing 100080
CHINA
E-mail: hxb@lsec.cc.ac.cn

Research Areas: Discrete lattice systems, bilinear methods, integrable systems

Elena Kaikina
Instituto de Matematicas UNAM
Campus Morelia CP 58180
Morelia
MEXICO
E-mail: ekaikina@matmor.unam.mx

Research Areas: Nonlinear pseudodifferential operators boundary value problems

Kenji Kajiwara
Graduate School of Mathematics, Kyushu University
6-10-1 Hakozaki, Fukuoka 812-8581
JAPAN
E-mail: kaji@math.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Research Area: Integrable systems

David J. Kaup
Deptartment of Mathematics
PO Box 161364
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816-1364
USA
E-mail: kaup@mail.ucf.edu

Research Areas: Nonlinear waves, inverse scattering, and nonlinear optics

Yuji Kodama
Ohio State University
Department of Mathematics
231 West 18th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
USA
E-mail: kodama@math.ohio-state.edu

Research Areas: Integrable systems and related topics in mathematics and physics, such as algebraic geometry, representation theory, dynamical systems, differential equations, high energy physics and applications to engineering problems (nonlinear optics)

Yang Kuang
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Arizona State University
USA
E-mail: kuang@asu.edu

Research Areas: Mathematical biology and medicine, delay differential equations

Yi Li
Department of Mathematics
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242
USA
E-mail: yli@math.uiowa.edu

Research Areas: Partial differential equations and their applications in geometry and physics, qualitative properties like symmetry asymptotic behavior, bifurcation and stability, and their applications, differential equations for models of infectious disease, inverse problem of bioluminescence tomography

Feng Ling
School of Mathematical Sciences
Zhaoqing University
Zhaoqing, Guangdong 526061
CHINA
E-mail: lingf@zqu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Numerical analysis, applied partial differential equations, computational heat transfer

Senyue Lou
Department of Physics
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shanghai 200030
PR CHINA
E-mail: sylou@sjtu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Soliton theory, integrable models, nonlinear mathematical physics, oceanic water waves and hurricanes

Wen-Xiu Ma
Department of Mathematics
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33613
USA
E-mail: mawx@cas.usf.edu

Research Areas: Nonlinear science, mathematical physics, partial differential equations

Boris Malomed
Department of Physical Electronics
School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv 69978
ISRAEL
E-mail: malomed@eng.tau.ac.il

Research Areas: Solitons, nonlinear waves, pattern formation in nonlinear dissipative media, nonlinear optics, and dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensation.

Mark Weinstein-Mineev
Max-Planck-Institut für Physik Komplexer Systeme
01187 Dresden
GERMANY
E-mail 1: mariner@pks.mpg.de

E-mail 2: mark_mw@hotmail.com

Research Areas: Integrability and solitons, random matrices and matrix models, stochasticity and probability, mathematical physics

Pavel Naumkin
Instituto de Matematicas UNAM
Campus Morelia CP 58180
Morelia
MEXICO
E-mail: pavelni@matmor.unam.mx

Research Areas: Nonlinear PDEs, asymptotic methods

Sirendaoreji
Mathematics Science College
Inner Mongolia Normal University
Huhhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region 010022
CHINA
E-mail: siren@imnu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Soliton theory, integrable systems and mathematical physics

Miki Wadati
Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science
University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113-0033
JAPAN
E-mail: wadati@rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp

Research Areas: Nonlinear sciences, mathematical physics, statistical physics

Thomas Wolf
Department of Mathematics
Brock University
500 Glenridge Avenue
St.Catharines, Ontrio, L2S 3A1
CANADA
E-mail: twolf@brocku.ca

Research Areas: Computer algebra, differential equations, integrability and classical general relativity

Taixi Xu
Department of Mathematics
Southern Polytechnic State University
1100 S Marietta Parkway
Marietta, GA 30060
USA
E-mail: txu@spsu.edu

Research Areas: Integrable system

Karen Yagdjian
Department of Mathematics
University of Texas-Pan American
Edinburg, TX 78541-2999
USA
E-mail: yagdjian@utpa.edu

Research Areas: Partial differential equations, ordinary differential equations, fluid mechanics

Liangui Yang
School of Mathematical Sciences
Inner Mongolia University
Hohhot 010021
CHINA
E-mail: lgyang@imu.edu.cn

Research Areas: Water wave dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics

Zu-Guo Yu
School of Mathematics and Computational Sciences
Xiangtan University,
Hunan 411105
CHINA
E-mail: yuzg1970@yahoo.com

Research Areas: Fractal theory and applications, symbolic dyamics, mathematical biology (bioinformatics)

Qiang Zhao
Department of Mathematics
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
USA
E-mail: qiang.zhao@txstate.edu

Research Areas: Survival analysis, longitudinal data analysis, biostatistics, bioinformatics, statistical process control

Ruguang Zhou
Xuzhou Normal University
Xuzhou 221116
CHINA
E-mail: rgzhou@public.xz.js.cn

Research Areas: Integrable system and nonlinear evolution equations

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Zhaoqing University
Zhaoqing, Guang Dong 526061
CHINA
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