Dynamical Systems, Solitons, Statistical Mechanics


Joel Tsoplefack received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Physics Department of University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon (BSc 2008).  In 2013 he received his MSc degree from the same University with specialty on Mechanics and Materials (Mechanics). For the needs of his Master’s degree he presented an MSc thesis entitled “Discrete breather in a dissipative bi-inductance nonlinear electrical transmission line”. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program  at the University of Seville, in Spain. His PhD thesis is in the domain of Solitons in Solid State Physics. Since January 2022, Mr. Tsoplefack is a visiting PhD student-collaborator of the Statistical Mechanics and Dynamical Systems Laboratory INN_GROUP_STATISTICAL_MECHANICS_AND_DYNAMICAL_SYSTEMS at NCSR “Demokritos”. His research period to the StatDyn Lab is made possible through a grant from the HPC-Europe 3 Transnational Exchange Programme. His research interests include Dynamical Systems, Solitons, Statistical Mechanics.

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