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Nataliya Zadorozhna

Associate Professor, Mathematics

PhD (Ukraine)

5-107B, City Centre Campus
10700 – 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
780-497-4584

Biography

Dr. Nataliya Zadorozhna studied math at Ivan Franko State University in Lviv, Ukraine. She received an Honours degree in mathematics and education. She continued her graduate studies at Pidstryhach Institute of Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences in Lviv, Ukraine, where she received a PhD in math. She also completed B.Ed. at the University of Winnipeg with double major in math and physics.

Expertise
partial differential equations

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Elementary Calculus
  • Intermediate Calculus
  • Vector Calculus
  • Calculus for engineers
  • Precalculus
  • Linear Algebra
  • Linear Algebra for engineers
  • Differential equations
  • Real Analysis

Selected Publications / Presentations / Conference Papers

  • Symotyuk, M.M., Zadorozhna, N.M. (1998). Nonlocal boundary problem for nonlinear differential equations with fractional time derivative with variable coefficients. Herald of Lviv University. Mathematics and Mechanics, 51, 61-70.
  • Zadorozhna, N.M. (1997). Nonlocal boundary–value problem for systems of parabolic equations of arbitrary order. Herald of Lviv University. Mathematics and Mechanics, 47, 40-48.
  • Zadorozhna, N.M. (1996). A Boundary–value problem for parabolic equations with general nonlocal conditions. Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 81(6).
  • Zadorozhna, N.M., Ptashnyk, B.I. (1995). Nonlocal boundary–value problem for parabolic equations with variable coefficients. Ukrainian Mathematical Journal, 47(7), 1050-1057.

Awards / Grants / Fellowships

  • MacEwan University, Research, Scholarly Activity & Creative Achievement Fund grant (2008)
  • Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, a 2-year stipendium for young researchers (1996)