Smirnov, RomanAssociate ProfessorPhD Queen's University (1996) BSc Kyiv National University(1992) Mail: Address email:smirnov@mathstat.dal.ca Office: Chase Room 324 Tel: (902)4948854 Fax: (902)4945130 Homepage: Dr. Roman Smirnov's Website 

Research Interests:
 Differential Geometry
 Invariant Theory
 Hamilton  Jacobi Theory of Separation of Variables
 Applied Mathematics
 Differential Geometry

Selected Recent Publications:

(with J. Praught) Andrew Lenard: a mystery unraveled. SIGMA Symmetry
Integrability Geom. Methods Appl. 1 (2005), Paper 005, 7 pp.  (with J. T. Horwood and R. G. McLenaghan) Invariant classification
of
orthogonally separable Hamiltonian systems in Euclidean space,
Comm. Math. Physics 259(3) (2005), 679709.  (with R. G. McLenaghan and R. Milson) Killing tensors as irreducible
representations of the general linear group, C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Ser I. 339
(2004), 621624  (with J. Yue) Covariants, joint invariants and the equivalence
problem in
the invariant theory of Killing tensors defined in pseudoRiemannian manifolds
of constant curvature, J. Math. Phys. 45 (2004), 41414163  (with R. G. McLenaghan and D. The) An extension of the classical
theory
of algebraic invariants to pseudoRiemannian geometry and Hamiltonian
mechanics, J. Math. Phys., 45(3) (2004), 10791120

(with J. Praught) Andrew Lenard: a mystery unraveled. SIGMA Symmetry

Research Group: Applied Mathematics