Thomas Bouetou Bouetou

BIOGRAPHY

PROFESSEUR TITULAIRE, ÉCOLE NATIONALE SUPÉRIEURE POLYTECHNIQUE DPT DE MATHS ET GÉNIE INFORMATIQUE

  • Professor (2017)
  • Senior Lecturer University of Yaounde I (2008)
  • Postdoctoral : Language study State university of Kiev Ukraine 1987-1992 Moscow University (1986-1987)
  • Ph.D Moscow University, thesis: On the Geometry of 3-Dimensional Bol Algebras with Solvable Enveloping Lie Algebras of Small Dimension; advisors: Lev Vacilevich Sabinin and Pavel Olegovich Mikheev. (1996)

Academic experience

  • Fev 2019 - Influence of damping effects on the propagation of magnetic waves in ferrites

  • Oct 2018 - Rogue wave dynamics in barotropic relaxing media

    In this work, we deal with a nonlinear wave equation, namely the Vakhnenko equation, which models the propagation of nonlinear wave in the barotropic relaxing media. Based on the homoclinic breather limit method, we seek rogue wave solution to the above equation. The results show that rogue wave or giant wave can exist

  • Aug 2018 - Thermodynamics Phase Transition of Regular Hayward Black hole Surrounded by Quintessence

    In this work, we investigate thermodynamics of regular Hayward black hole surrounded by quintessence. Using the metric of the black hole surrounded by quintessence and the new approach of the holographic principle, we derive the expression of Unruh Verlinde temperature. Hawking temperature and specific heat were derived using the first

  • May 2018 - Thermodynamics and Phase Transition from Regular Bardeen Black Hole Surrounded by Quintessence

    In this paper, thermodynamics and phase transition are investigated for the regular Bardeen black hole surrounded by quintessence. Considering the metric of the Bardeen spacetime surrounded by quintessence, we derived the Unruh-Verlinde temperature. Using the first law of thermodynamics, we derived the expressions of the Hawking

Academic Skill

Optics
80%
Quantum Mechanics
90%
Applied Mathematics
100%
Pure Mathematics
70%
Dynamic
81%
Nonlinear Optics
50%
Differential Equations
92%
Condensed Matter Theory
50%
Algebra
85%
Thermodynamics
30%

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