Education: 
Ph.d.: Faculteit der Exacte Wetenschappen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands 
M.SC.: Shrif University of technology,

M.C.: Computer Algebras, Mathematical Research Institute, Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, Netherlands 
B.Sc.: Iran University of Science and Technology 

Research interests: 
My field is Geometry and Mathematical physics. Indeed I am interested in the geometry of integrable systems having possible Hamiltonian and Symplectic structure. 

Research area: 
Differential geometry and Mathematical Physics 


Journal  1 Anco, S C., Asadi, E., Dogonchi, A., "Integrable systems with unitary invariance from nonstretching geometric curve flows in the Hermitian symmetric space Sp(n)/U(n)
", Int. J. Mod. Phys. Conf. Ser., 38, 15600711156007115, (2015).
Abstract: A moving parallel frame method is applied to geometric nonstretching curve flows in the Hermitian symmetric space Sp(n)/U(n) to derive new integrable systems with unitary invariance. These systems consist of a biHamiltonian modified Kortewegde Vries equation and a Hamiltonian sineGordon (SG) equation, involving a scalar variable coupled to a complex vector variable. The Hermitian structure of the symmetric space Sp(n)/U(n) is used in a natural way from the beginning in formulating a complex matrix representation of the tangent space 𝔰𝔭(n)/𝔲(n) and its bracket relations within the symmetric Lie algebra (𝔲(n), 𝔰𝔭(n)).
 2 C. Anco, S., Asadi, E., "Symplectically invariant soliton equations from
nonstretching geometric curve flows", J. Phys. A: Math. Theor, 45, 4752071 47520737, (2012).
Abstract: BiHamiltonian hierarchies of symplectically invariant soliton equations are derived from geometric nonstretching flows of curves in the Riemannian symmetric spaces Sp(n+1)/Sp(1)×Sp(n) and SU(2n)/Sp(n). The derivation uses Hasimoto variables defined by amoving parallel frame along the curves. As main results, two new multicomponent versions of the sine–Gordon equation and the modified Korteweg–de Vries (mKdV) equation exhibiting Sp(1) × Sp(n−1) invariance are obtained along with their biHamiltonian integrability structure consisting of a shared hierarchy of symmetries and conservation laws generated by a hereditary recursion operator. The corresponding geometric curve flows in Sp(n + 1)/Sp(1) × Sp(n) and SU(2n)/Sp(n) are shown to be described by a nonstretching wave map and a mKdV analogue of a nonstretching Schr¨odinger map. 
