Edgar Johni Bustamante Romero
Edgar Johni Bustamante Romero has used Mathematica and the Wolfram Language since 2003, when he was writing his master’s thesis in hydraulic network optimization problems. He has continued using Mathematica while teaching classes in differential calculus, integral calculus, vector calculus, discrete mathematics, metaheuristics, and differential equations. He finds Mathematica to be essential for representing plots and verifying results, and makes use of the Wolfram Language function Manipulate to help his students better understand mathematical concepts.
Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Ecuador
Professor of high school education in physics and mathematics, Universidad Técnica de Machala
Bachelor of Science, physics and mathematics, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
Master's degree in operations control and logistics management, ESPOL
PhD in differential equations, dynamics system and optimal control, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
Special functions, function space, fractional derivatives, simulation, and optimization algorithms