Dr. Natalia Hritonenko

Professor – Department of Mathematics

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1990 Ph.D.,        BYELORUSSIAN  UNIVERSITY,  Department of Applied Mathematics
(Minsk, Belarus, the USSR),   specialty:  Applied Mathematics
1979 M.Sc.,        BYELORUSSIAN, UNIVERSITY, Department of Applied Mathematics
(Minsk, Belarus, the USSR),  specialty:  Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematical Modeling in Economics, Population Biology, the Environment, and Operations Research
  • Optimization and Operations Research: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
  • Partial Differential and Integral Equations: Theory and  Applications
  • Mathematical Education
  • Wide experience in teaching graduate and undergraduate courses
  • Supervisor of student thesis, research projects and papers
  • Seven books and more than 130 papers on research and education
  • Intensive international interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Plenary speaker, presenter, and organizer of special sessions and conferences
  • Member of Editorial Board of 11 international journals
  • Reviewer for publishers and journals
  • NSF panelist and proposal reviewer
  • Volunteer at Houston Arboretum Nature Center
  • N. Hritonenko and Yu. Yatsenko, Mathematical Modeling in Economics, Ecology and the Environment, 2nd Edition, Springer, New York/Berlin, 2013, 296p·
  • Yu. Yatsenko, N. Hritonenko, Algorithms for Asset Replacement under Limited Technological Forecast, International Journal of Production Economics 160 (2015), 26-33·
  • R. Boucekkine, N. Hritonenko, Yu. Yatsenko, Optimal Investment in Heterogeneous Capital and Technology under Restricted Natural Resource, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 163 (2014), 310-331.
  • Th. Bréchet, N. Hritonenko,  Yu. Yatsenko, Adaptation and Mitigation in Long-term Climate Policy, Environmental and Resource Economics, 55 (2013), 217-243
  • R. Goetz, N. Hritonenko, A. Xabadia, and  Yu. Yatsenko, Forest Management for Timber and Carbon Sequestration in the Presence of Climate Change: The case of Pinus Sylvestris, Ecological Economics, 88 (2013) 86–96


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Dr. Natalia Hritonenko, Professor
Department of Mathematics
Prairie View A&M University
P.O. Box 519-MS 2225
Prairie View, TX 77446-0519
936-261-1978 (office)
936-261-2088 (fax)
Email: nahritonenko@pvamu.edu 

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