Sergey Belov, Graduate Student
I am interested in the RiemannHilbert approach to integrable systems. Please note: Sergey has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
Office Location:  025 Physics Bldg  Office Phone:  (919) 6602832  Email Address:    Education:
PhD in mathematics, Duke University   2008 
MS in computational physics, St.Petersburg State U., Russia   2004 
 Specialties:

Analysis
Applied Math
 Research Interests:
My research interests include the RiemannHilbert approach to
integrable systems (KdV, NLS, sineGordon) and analysis of turning
points/Stokes lines in WKB method. In particular, my current
project is studying analytically as well as numerically the second
break of the asymptotic solution of the semiclassical focusing
nonlinear Schrodinger equation (NLS). This is closely related to
scattering/inverse scattering for linear operators (Schrodinger,
ZakharovShabat) where time is a parameter.
Research Statement
 Areas of Interest:
Integrable systems RiemannHilbert problems semiclassical NLS KdV inverse scattering WKB Regge poles
 Curriculum Vitae
 Representative Publications
(More Publications)
 S.M. Belov, N.B. Avdonina, Z. Felfli, M. Marletta, A. Z. Msezane, S.N. Naboko, Semiclassical approach to Regge poles trajectories calculations for nonsingular potentials: ThomasFermi type,
J. Phys. A, vol. 37 no. 27
(2004),
pp. 6943–6954 [MR2078324]
