


Curriculum
Vitae: Valentin Vankov Iliev
Addresses
Section of
Algebra,
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics,
Bulgarian
Academy of Sciences, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Department
of Mathematics and Sciences,
American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad 2700, Bulgaria
Educational
Background and Degrees
2009: Sc.D. from the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics; Thesis
subject: Isomerism as Intrinsic Symmetry of Molecules.
1980: Ph.D. from the University
of Sofia; Thesis
subject: Surfaces with Pg=3 and K²=3; thesis advisor: Prof. Andrei
Todorov;
Referees:
Y. I. Manin
(Moscow State University),
G. Genov
(Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy
of Sciences, Sofia).
1967: Graduated from high school in Vidin. Competitor in the
4th Round of the Mathematical Olympiad. Enrolled cum laude without
an entrance examination both at the Department of
Mathematics of the University of Sofia and at the Department of
Mathematics of Moscow State
University, Russia.
1967  1972: Studies in the Department of Mathematics of the
University of
Sofia.
1972: MS from the University
of Sofia; thesis
subject: On the Group of Automorphisms
of Some Algebraic Curves; Thesis advisor: Prof. Andrei
Todorov.
1972  1974: Obligatory military service in
Bulgarian army.
1974  1979: Postgraduate study at the Department of
Mathematics of the University
of Sofia.
Professional
Career
Teaching:
2006  present: Adjunct Professor,
Courses at the Division of Science of the American University
in Bulgaria
(Calculus, Linear Algebra, Finite Mathematics, Probability and
Statistics, Linear Representations of Finite Groups  Towards
a Theory of Symmetry, Differential Equations, Mathematical
Logic).
1997  2006: Adjunct Associate Professor, Courses at the
Division of Science of the American University in Bulgaria
(Calculus, Linear Algebra, Finite Mathematics, Probability and
Statistics, Linear Representations of Finite Groups  Towards
a Theory of Symmetry, Differential Equations, Mathematical
Logic).
1971
 1994: Part Time Assistant Professor, Courses at the
Department of Mathematics of the University of Sofia
(Calculus, Linear Algebra, High Algebra).
1995  1996: Part Time Associate Professor, Courses
at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Sofia
(Linear Algebra, Linear Algebra and Geometry,
High Algebra).
Research:
2010  present: Professor, Institute of Mathematics
and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria.
1995  present: Senior Research
Associate 2nd degree (corresponds to Associate Professor), Institute of Mathematics
and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy
of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria.
1981  1994: Research Associate, Institute
of Mathematics and Informatics,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia,
Bulgaria.
Visiting
Positions
January  March 1988: Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Lectures in Linear
Algebra.
January  February 1992: Visiting Scholar, Department of Mathematics, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, Indiana.
September  December 1993: Visiting Scholar, Department of Mathematics,
Northeastern University, Boston,
Massachusetts. Lectures in
Calculus.
Fields
of Interest
Algebraic geometry: theory of
surfaces.
Algebra: representation
theory of the symmetric group.
Combinatorial analysis: enumeration problems.
Mathematical Chemistry: substitution isomerism in organic
chemistry.
List
of Publications
[1] Surfaces with Pg=3 and
K²=3, Part I, Serdika 6 (1980),
352  362 (in Russian).
[2] Surfaces with Pg=3
and K²=3, Part II, Serdika 7 (1981), 390 
395 (in Russian).
English translation of [1] and [2]: Transl. Amer.
Math. Soc. (2) 132
(1986), 45  65.
[3] A note on certain surfaces, Bull. London Math. Soc. 16 (1984),
135  138.
[4] (with Vassil Tsanov),
On Faltings’ solution of
Mordel’s
conjecture, Mathematics and Education in Mathematics, 1984,
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Spring Conference of the Union of
Bulgarian Mathematicians, 28  30 (in Bulgarian).
[5] Certain partial orders on groups, Mathematics
and Education in Mathematics, 1987, Proceedings of the
Sixteenth Spring Conference of the Union of Bulgarian
Mathematicians, 295  300.
[6] On the canonical rings of
some Horikawa surfaces,
Part I, Trans.
Amer. Math. Soc. 309, No 1 (1988), 309  323.
[7] On the canonical rings of some Horikawa surfaces, Part II , C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, t.
312, Serie I (1991), 983  988 .
[8] Semisymmetric algebras: General constructions, J.
Algebra, 148, No 2 (1992), 479  496.
[9] Semisymmetric algebra of a free module, C.
R. Bulg. Acad. Sci. 45, Nº10 (1992), 5  7.
[10] On certain polynomial functors,
C. R. Bulg. Acad. Sci. 46, Nº1 (1993), 19  22.
[11] A note on the polynomial functors
corresponding to the monomial representations of the symmetric
group, J. Pure Appl. Algebra, 87 (1993), 14.
[12] On certain permutation groups with operators
and a class of their generating systems, Algebra Colloquium,
4, Nº3 (1997), 249  256.
[13] On a new approach to Williamson's
generalization of Polya's enumeration
theorem, Serdica Math. J. 26 (2000), 155  166.
[14] On LunnSenior's
mathematical model of isomerism in organic chemistry. Part I,
Communications in Mathematical Chemistry and Computer Chemistry
(MATCH), University
of Bayreuth, 40
(1999), 153  186.
[15] On the inverse problem of isomer
enumeration: Part I, Case of ethane,
Communications in Mathematical Chemistry and Computer Chemistry (MATCH),
University of Bayreuth, 43 (2001), 67  77.
[16] On the inverse problem of isomer
enumeration: Part II, Case of
cyclopropane, Communications in Mathematical
Chemistry and Computer Chemistry (MATCH), University of Bayreuth,
43 (2001), 79  84.
[17] A generalization of Redfield's Master Theorem, Annuaire de l'Universite de
Sofia, 95 (2001), 9198. [18] On certain organic compounds with one
monosubstitution and at least three disubstitution homogeneous
derivatives, J. Math. Chem. 34 (2003), 137  150.
[19] On LunnSenior's
Mathematical Model of Isomerism in Organic Chemistry. Part II, MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 50 (2004), 39  56.
[20] A Short Survey of LunnSenior’s
Model of Isomerism in Organic Chemistry, Lecture Series on Computer and
Computational Sciences, Brill Academic Publishers, vol. 4B (2005), 1586
 1588.
[21] The genetic reactions of ethane, MATCH Commun. Math. Comput.
Chem.
56 (2006), 21 –95.
[22] The genetic reactions of cyclopropane,
Part I, MATCH Commun.
Math. Comput. Chem. 57 (2007), 525  548.
[23] On Some Isomers of the Linear Alkanes, in Computation in Modern Science and
Engeneering: Proceedings of the International
Conference on Computational Methods in Science and Engineering 2007 (ICCMSE
2007): Vol. 2, Parts A and B, ISBN 9780735404786, December 2007, 528 
532.
[24] (with M. B. Weissman and I. Gutman) A Pioneer Remembered  Biographical Notes About Arthur
Constant Lunn, MATCH Commun.
Math. Comput.
Chem. 59 (2008), 687  708.
[25] Isomerism as
Intrinsic Symmetry of Molecules, Mathematical Chemistry Monographs, No
5, 2008, University
of Kragujevac
and Faculty of Science Kragujevac, ISBN:
9788681829868.
[26] Isomerism as manifestation of intrinsic symmetry of
molecules: LunnSenior's theory, Serdica Journal of Computing, 3 (2009), 75  106.
[27] A mathematical characterization of the groups of
substitution isomerism of the linear alkanes, J. Math. Chem., 47 (2010), 52
– 61.
[28] Semisymmetric algebras: General Constructions.
Part II, Serdika Math. J. 36 (2010), 39 66.
[29] On a class
of permutation representation of Artin braid
group, C. R. Bulg. Acad.
Sci., 63, No 3 (2010), 321  326.
[30] On some
finitedimensional representations of Artin braid
group, Mathematics and Education in Mathematics, Proceedings of the
Fortieth Spring Conference of the Union of the Bulgarian Mathematicians,
2011.
[31] On certain representations of Artin
braid group, Studia Scientiarum
Mathematicarum Hungarica,
51, No 3 (2014), 285 302.
[32] (with M.V. Droganova) On the
Preference Relations with Negatively Transitive Asymmetric Part. I, C. R. Bulg. Acad. Sci., 68, No 2 (2015), 149  158.
Sum of the Impactfactors of all journals = 15.246.


