Valeriu Ungureanu has been using Mathematica in education and research since the early 2000s. He has used the power of Mathematica to represent the sets of equilibria in a series of game theory problems. Some of the results are published on the Wolfram Demonstrations Project.
Dr. Ungureanu uses the Wolfram Language, Mathematica, Wolfram Demonstrations and Wolfram|Alpha extensively in his mathematics and computer science lectures. His research projects include game theory problems, optimization methods and Mathematica implementation in education and research. Some of his research papers are fully based on Mathematica applications.
Dr. Ungureanu is an associate professor of mathematics and computer science at Moldova State University and the head of the Moldova Wolfram Center. He is the author of a Wolfram Language course for PhD students and scientists, and he teaches a course in computer algebra systems for mathematics and computer science students.
Moldova State University, Republic of Moldova
Graduate Degree in Applied Mathematics, MSU
PhD in Physics and Mathematical Sciences, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Institute of Mathematics
Romanian, Russian, English
Game theory, optimization methods, operations research, computer science and information technologies, computer algebra systems, Mathematica in education and research, music, literature, sport