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Total number of publications: 154
Total number of citations: 1843
My citations on Google Scholar:
465 citations of the first publication on the Bukhgeim-Klibanov method, 1981.
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1972, MS in Mathematics, Diploma with Honor, Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia. This is one of three top Russian universities.
1977, Ph.D. in Mathematics, subject area “Inverse Problems for Partial Differential Equations”, Urals State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
Scientific Mentor: Mikhail Mikhailovich Lavrent’ev (1932-2010), a Member of Russian Academy of Science, one of founders of the field of Inverse Problems
1986, Doctor of Science in Mathematics, subject area “Inverse Problems for Partial Differential Equations”, Computing Center of The Siberian Branch of The Russian Academy of Science, Novosibirsk.
1977-1990, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics of The Samara State University, Samara, Russia.
1990-present, Associate Professor and then Full Professor (since 1994), Department of Mathematics and Statistics of The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Applicable Analysis, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, Numerical Methods and Programming.
My research is both applied and interdisciplinary oriented. It combines a strong theory with numerical results, which are based on this theory. In particular, I have many publications which describe the work of our numerical methods on experimental data.
B1. M.V. Klibanov and A. Timonov, Carleman Estimates for Coefficient Inverse Problems and Numerical Applications, VSP, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2004.
B2. L. Beilina and M.V. Klibanov, Approximate Global Convergence and Adaptivity for Coefficient Inverse Problems, Springer, New York, 2012.
I was awarded a number of federal grants for the period of 2005-2015. They were awarded for two topics: (1) globally convergent numerical methods and (2) inverse scattering problems without the phase information.