Invited Assistant Professor
Faculty of Economics
University of Coimbra
Nelson José Rodrigues Faustino
updated at 19th September 2020
My research interests encompass a diversity of research topics such as harmonic analysis, hypercomplex analysis, numerical analysis and mathematical physics. Currently I’ve turned my attention to the [possible] blend between stochastics, harmonic analysis and fractional calculus as well.
From the paper Hypercomplex Fock states for discrete electromagnetic Schrödinger operators: A Bayesian probability perspective (2017) you may exploit further applications on the crossroads of quantum physics and Bayesian statistics.
Interesting enough, on my recent paper entitled Time-Changed Dirac–Fokker–Planck Equations on the Lattice (2020) you may find keywords like stochastic processes of Bessel type and Hurst parameter (ubiquitous on several applications of financial mathematics).
Out now: Preprint On Fundamental Solutions of Higher-Order Space-Fractional Dirac equations.
Current Teaching Duties (In Portuguese)
P5, P6 & P7
TP3 & TP4
For further details, click on Teaching (in Portuguese) on the top of this webpage.
Invited Adjunct Professor at IPLeiria
(2009 – 2010)
This was my first teaching experience after my PhD studies. I have taught regular and online courses devoted to topics of fundamental mathematics.