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Prof. Hari Mohan Srivastava

Prof. Hari Mohan Srivastava
Hari Mohan Srivastava
Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Victoria 
Victoria
British Columbia, Canada
University of Victoria

Biography

*2015 Thomson-Reuters Highly Cited Researcher*

Professor Srivastava began his university-level teaching career in 1959 itself at the age of 19 years. Currently, Professor Srivastava holds the position of a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Victoria in Canada. He joined the faculty there in 1969 [ rst as Associate Professor (1969-1974) and then as Full Professor (1974-2006). Professor Srivastava has held (and/or currently holding) numerous positions of Visiting Professor and Chair Professor including (for example) those at West Virginia University in U. S. A. (1967{1969), Universite Laval in Canada (1975), and the University of Glasgow in U. K. (1975{1976), and indeed also at many other universities and research institutes in di erent parts of the world. Professor Srivastava has published 26 books, monographs and edited volumes, 30 book (and encyclopedia) chapters, 45 papers in international conference proceedings, and more than 1,100 scienti c research journal articles on various topics of mathematical analysis and applicable mathematics.Currently, he is actively associated editorially with over 200 international scienti c research journals. Professor Srivastava's over 57-year career as a university-level teacher and as a remarkably proli c researcher in many di erent areas of the mathematical, physical, and statistical sciences is highlighted by (among other things) the fact that he has collaborated and published joint papers with as many as 500 mathematicians, physicists, statisticians, chemists, astrophysicists, geochemists, as well as information and business management scientists, who are scattered throughout the world, thereby qualifying for his Erdos number 2, implying that at least one of Professor Srivastava's co-authors is a co-author of the famous Hungarian mathematician, Paul Erdos (1913-1996). Professor Srivastava's collaboration distances with other famous scientists include his Einstein number 3, Polya number 3, von Neumann number 3, Wiles number 3, and so on.

Many mathematical entities and objects are attributed to (and named after) him. These entities and objects include (among other items) Srivastava's polynomials and functions, Carlitz-Srivastava polynomials, Srivastava-Buschman polynomials, Srivastava-Singhal polynomials, Chan-Chyan-Srivastava polynomials, Erkus-Srivastava polynomials, Srivastava-Daoust multivariable hypergeometric function, Srivastava- Panda multivariable H-function, Singhal-Srivastava generating function, Srivastava-Agarwal basic (or q-) generating function, and Wu-Srivastava inequality in the eld of Higher Transcendental Functions; Srivastava-Owa, Choi-Saigo-Srivastava, Jung-Kim-Srivastava, Liu-Srivastava, Cho-Kwon-Srivastava, Dziok- Srivastava, Srivastava-Attiya, Srivastava-Wright and Srivastava-Gaboury operators in the eld of Geometric Function Theory in Complex Analysis; Srivastava-Gupta operator in the eld of Approximation Theory; Srivastava, Adamchik-Srivastava and Choi Srivastava constants and methods in the eld of Analytic Number Theory; and so on.

Research Interest

Many mathematical entities and objects are attributed to (and named after) him. These entities and objects include (among other items) Srivastava's polynomials and functions, Carlitz-Srivastava polynomials, Srivastava-Buschman polynomials, Srivastava-Singhal polynomials, Chan-Chyan-Srivastava polynomials, Erkus-Srivastava polynomials, Srivastava-Daoust multivariable hypergeometric function, Srivastava-Panda multivariable H-function, Singhal-Srivastava generating function, Srivastava-Agarwal basic (or q-) generating function, and Wu-Srivastava inequality in the eld of Higher Transcendental Functions; Srivastava-Owa, Choi-Saigo-Srivastava, Jung-Kim-Srivastava, Liu-Srivastava, Cho-Kwon-Srivastava, Dziok- Srivastava, Srivastava-Attiya, Srivastava-Wright and Srivastava-Gaboury operators in the eld of Geometric Function Theory in Complex Analysis; Srivastava-Gupta operator in the eld of Approximation Theory; Srivastava, Adamchik-Srivastava and Choi-Srivastava constants and methods in the eld of Analytic Number Theory; and so on.

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