Barama Toni


place: Canada

Ph.D. in Mathematics (1994) University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada.

area of degree: Differential Analysis and Geometry - Dynamical Systems.

Profesor-Investigador Titular A. SNI Nivel I and Head, Department of Mathematics, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelo, Mexico

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Research Interests: Differential Analysis and Geometry. Dynamical systems. Bifurcation Theory. Applied Nonlinear Systems: Mathematical Biology, Physical chemistry, Economics Chaos.

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Professional Appointments

Currently Profesor-Investigador Titular, UAEM, Mexico. Since march 1996.

Senior Lecturer of Mathematics, Unitra, South Africa, Feb.95-Feb.96

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, NSAC, NS, Canada. Aug.94-Jan.95


Barama Tomni was born in Canada of Mali/Burkina parents.


Critical Periods for cubic vector fields in Kapteyn's normal form. To appear
in Quaestiones Mathematicae.

Selected Publications

  1. Barama Toni. Feedback Loops for Chaotic Dynamics, The Fields Institute Communications Series (AMS), Vol.21, (1998).
  2. Barama Toni. Branching of Periodic Orbits from Kukles Isochrones, Electr.J.Diff.Eqns., Vol.1998 (1998), No.13, pp 1-10.
  3. Barama Toni. Dynamics of a two dimensional model for Electrochemical Corrosion using Feedback Circuit and Nullcline Analysis. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Volume 102, Issue 21 (May 21, 1998), 4118-4122.
  4. Barama Toni. Local Bifurcations of Critical Periods in the Reduced Kukles System. Can.J. Math. vol. 49(2), 1997, pp 338-358.
  5. Barama Toni. Feedback Loops in Lorenz system, CSTB Bull. Fall 96 (Electronic)
  6. Barama Toni. Linearization of Isochronous Centers, J. of Differential Equations 121, 1995, 67-108.
  7. Barama Toni. Local Bifurcations of Critical Periods in cubic vector fields, Can. Math. Bull. vol. 36(4), 1993, pp 473-484.



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