Vladimir Dragovic

Vladimir Dragovic

Professor and Department Head - Mathematical Sciences
 
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Tags: integratable dynamical systems with applications to classical and statistical mechanics extremal polynomials isomonodromy deformations Painleve and Schlesinger equations algebraic geometry analysis on Riemann surfaces

Professional Preparation

Dr. Sci. - Mathematics
University of Belgrade - 1992
B. Sci. - Mathematics
University of Belgrade - 1987

Publications

Spherical and Planar Ball Bearings — a Study of Integrable Cases 2023 - Journal Article
Billiards within ellipsoids in the $4$-dimensional pseudo-Euclidean spaces 2023 - Journal Article
Billiard Ordered Games and Books 2022 - Journal Article
From formal to actual Puiseux series solutions of algebraic differential equations of first order 2022 - Journal Article
Spherical and Planar Ball Bearings — Nonholonomic Systems with Invariant Measures 2022 - Journal Article
Integrable billiards on pseudo-Euclidean hyperboloids and extremal polynomials, Sbornik Mathematics 2022 - Journal Article
Topology of the isoenergy manifolds of the Kirchhoff rigid body case on e(3) 2022 - Journal Article
Deformations of the Zolotarev polynomials and Painlevé VI equations 2021 - Journal Article

Awards

The International Discovery Award - The Australian Research Council [2019]
The City of Belgrade Annual Award for Natural and Technical Sciences - The City of Belgrade [2010]
The Award of the Union of the mathematical societies of Serbia and Montenegro for the best achievement of a mathematician younger than 40, in the period 2001-2004 - the Union of the mathematical societies of Serbia and Montenegro [2004]
Teaching award, the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia for outstanding results of his students on Federal competitions in mathematics - the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia [1998]
Teaching award, the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia for outstanding results of his students on Federal competitions in mathematics - the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia [1997]
Teaching award, the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia for outstanding results of his students on Federal competitions in mathematics - the Society of mathematicians of Yugoslavia [1996]
The best student of generation award - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Belgrade [1987]
The best student of generation award - Department of Mathematics, Mechanics & Astronomy, University of Belgrade [1987]

Presentations

Dynamics of extremal polynomials, Painleve VI equations, and isoharmonic deformations
2021/12–2021/12 Mathematics and Applications, 11th Symposium, opening invited lecture, Faculty of Mathematics, Belgrade, 3-4 December 2021 (online)
Resonances of Ellipsoidal Billiards and Extremal Rational Functions
2021/11–2021/12 Invited lecture, International conference "Regular and Chaotic Dynamics", Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia, 22 Nov – 2 Dec, 2021 (online)
Chebyshev dynamics, isoharmonic deformations, and constrained Schlesinger equations,
2021/11–2021/11 Invited lecture, International conference "Nonlinear waves and Frobenius structures in geometry and physics", Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia, 17-19 Nov, 2021 (online)
Chebyshev dynamics and isoharmonic deformations
2021/10–2021/10 Invited Lecture, joint meeting of Mathematics and Mechanics Colloquia in honor of 75th anniversary of MISANU, Belgrade, Serbia (online) Oct. 1, 2021
Integrable billiards, Chebyshev dynamics, isoharmonic and isomonodromic deformations
2021/10–2021/10 Invited lecture, Conference “Differential geometry, billiards, and geometric optics”, CIRM, Marseille, France, Oct. 4-8, 2021

News Articles

Mathematical Billiards Expert Covers All the Angles — in Theory
Dr. Vladimir Dragovic Dr. Vladimir Dragovic, professor and head of mathematical sciences in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, is an expert in mathematical billiards. It’s a field that has applications in physics and engineering, but Dragovic is drawn to the beauty of theory...
UTD Project Aims To Improve Equation for Math Class Placement
“Students coming to UT Dallas now have experienced a different type of education during the last two years than what incoming students experienced five years ago,” said Dr. Vladimir Dragovic, professor and head of mathematical sciences in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. “We need to study how the process of formation and learning — particularly in math — has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
UTD Adds New Claim to Fame as Center of Actuarial Excellence
UTD Adds New Claim to Fame as Center of Actuarial Excellence “This honor is outstanding evidence of the highest academic standards that have developed in the short lifespan of our program,” said Dr. Vladimir Dragovic, professor and department head of mathematical sciences. “This outcome reflects the hard work of the actuarial group and the flourishing atmosphere of support and mutual respect between diverse academic groups cultivated within the department. Together, mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries and data scientists built a unit without boundaries between us.”
Partnership Creates Equation for Stronger Math PhD Preparation
Partnership Creates Equation for Stronger Math PhD Preparation “We have built this joint infrastructure between two geographically distant universities with distinct student populations and resources, and we hope it will serve as a national model.”

Dr. Vladimir Dragovic, professor and head of the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UT Dallas

Math, Computer Science Departments Add New Degree in Data Science
Math, Computer Science Departments Add New Degree in Data Science Dr. Vladimir Dragovic, the department head of mathematical sciences, described the interdisciplinary program as a role model for future cross-campus collaborations.

“The data science BS will be UT Dallas’ first Bachelor of Science program offered jointly from departments from two schools,” Dragovic said. “The curriculum is designed in a way that a student may choose to enter the job market or go to graduate school. There has already been substantial interest.”