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Dr. Ferhan Atıcı
Dr. Ferhan Atıcı
- University Distinguished Professor
Academic Bio

1995  PhD, Mathematics, University of Nebraska at Lincoln

1993  MS, Mathematics, University of Nebraska at Lincoln

1989  BS, Mathematics, Ege University

Research

Dr. Atıcı's research includes: Difference Equations, Differential Equations, Calculus on Time Scales, Dynamic Equations and their Applications to Economics, Fractional Calculus and their Applications to Medical Sciences.

Selected Publications
  • F. M. Atıcı, S. Chang, and J. Jonnalagadda, Grunwald-Letnikokv. Fractional Operators: From Past to Present, Fractional Differential Calculus, 11(2021), no.1, 147-159.
  • F. M. Atıcı and W. Bennett, A study on discrete Ponzi Scheme model through Sturm-Liouville theory, International Journal of Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, 11(2021, Nos. 3/4, 227-240.
  • F. M. Atıcı, N. Nguyen, K. Dadashova, S. Pedersen, and G. Koch, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Models of Tumor Growth and Anticancer Effects in Discrete Time, Computational Mathematical Biophysics, 8(2020), 114-125.
  • F. M. Atıcı, K. Dadashova, and J. Jonnalagadda, Linear fractional order h-difference equations, Special Issue honoring Professor Johnny Henderson, International Journal of Difference Equations, Volume 15, Number 2, pp. 281–300 (2020).
  • F. M. Atıcı and Tilekbek Zhoroev, Controllability and Observability of time-invariant linear nabla fractional systems, Fractional Differential Calculus, 10(2020), no.1, 19–39.
  • F. M. Atıcı, M. Atıcı, N. Nguyen, Tilekbek Zhoroev, and Gilbert Koch, A study on discrete and discrete fractional pharmacokinetics-pharmacodynamics models for tumor growth and anti-cancer effects, Computational Mathematical Biophysics, 7(2019), 10–24.
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