# Dr Jelena V. Manojlović

Full Professor*Department of Mathematics*

**JELENA MANOJLOVI****Ć**

**Curriculum
vitae**** **

**EDUCATION**

**B.
S.** Faculty of Philosophy,
Department of Mathematics,

**M.
S.** Faculty of Mathematics,

**Master
Thesis:** "*Asymptotic properties of
solutions of ordinary differential equations*" (in Serbian)

**Ph.
D.** Faculty of Mathematics,

**Ph.
D. Thesis:** "O*scillation of second order
nonlinear ordinary differential equations*" (in Serbian)

**PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE**

**TEACHING ACTIVITIES**

Mathematical analysis, Ordinary differential equations, Partial differential equations, Numerical methods for ordinary and partial differential equations, Dynamical systems,Nonlinear dynamic and chaos, Qualitative theory of linear and half-linear differential equations, Qualitative theory of nonlinear differential equations, Qualitative theory of nonlinear difference equations, Regular variation and differential equations, Theory of Bifurcation, Methods and models in mathematical biology

**SUPERVISING P**

**hD students**

**Jelena Miloševi****ć**, *Asymptotic
analysis of the solutions of nonlinear differential equations and Karamata's regularly
varying functions*, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of
Niš, 2015.

**Aleksandra
Kape****šić****, ***Asymptotic
representation of solutions of nonlinear** differential** and difference **equations** with regularly varying
coefficients**, *Faculty of
Science and Mathematics, University of Niš, 2020.

**Katarina
Đorđević, ***q-Karamata functions and asymptotic
behavior of solutions of nonlinear q-difference equations*, Faculty of
Science and Mathematics, University of Niš, 2021.

* ***RESEARCH INTEREST**

Qualitative theory of nonlinear differential and dfference equations. Asymptotic analysis of nonlinear differential and difference equations. Regular variation. q-calculus and asymptotic analysis of nonlinear q-dfference equations. Applied bifurcation theory

**PROFESSIONAL STAYS ABROAD**

Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, JAPAN (Oktobar 2004. – April 2005.) Grant by Matsumae International Foundation Fellowship

Invited lectures and visiting professor at:

- Hiroshima University (Hiroshima, Japan) - Department of Mathematics (2005)
- Toyama University (Toyama, Japan) - Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics (2005)
- Ehime University (Matsuyama, Japan) - Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematical Sciences (2005)
- Joetsu University (Joetsu, Japan) - Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics (2007)
- Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic) - Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics and Statistics (2011)
- Kumamoto University (Kumamoto, Japan) - Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics (2014 and 2017)

**REFERENCES**

**Research
papers: **62 research articles published, of which 46 published in journals on
SCI and SCIE list

**Citations:
**Total
number of citations of 54** **research articles
is 313, h-index = 13

Conferences: participant at more then 30 International Conferences

Section editor at FILOMAT (Impact factor in 2021 0.988)