Dr. Francisco  Bulnes

Dr. Francisco Bulnes

Director
IINAMEI, Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Chalco, Mexico


Highest Degree
Postdoctorate in Mathematical Physics from Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

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Biography

Dr. Francisco Bulnes obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from National Autonomous University, Mexico. He has a Post-doctorate in Infinite Lie Theory and their applications in Informatics and Quantum Electrodynamics in Cuba and Russia. He is full member in ANS (American Nano Society) as distinction for their scientific trajectory. He authored many specialist books: conference compilations, advanced treatise of mathematics for scientists and engineers, technical monographs and mathematical specialist monographs all with ISBN and published for many universities in and out from Mexico. Dr. Bulnes also have published many mathematical papers in international journals and chapters of Books of Mathematical Physics. He is an expert in Quantum Electrodynamics, Infinite Lie Theory, Field Theory, Integral Geometry, Cohomology of Cycles (Motivic and Relative) and Nanotechnology. He belongs to many editorial boards of journals of mathematics as reviewer and scientific support. He has been Chairman and first adviser of many international events in pure and applied mathematics and has some tools and mathematical theorem with his name. He was Co-principal of the doctoral seminar of Lie groups in the Institute of Mathematics-UNAM, and badges, fellowships and other distinctions in the doctoral seminar of research, Head of the Research Department in Mathematics and Engineering, TESCHA, and he is researching on total digital of production and distribution energy plants, on the classification problem of irreducible unitary representations and on one new theory of the Universe with MIT and Harvard groups. He is president of GI (Research Group), the most important research group in State of Mexico. Dr. Bulnes is considered to be a big authority in more than 20 countries on an international scale. He is Editor-in-Chief of Journal on Photonics and Spintronics. In this last respect also research on nano-medicine having many works, conferences and papers published. He has mre than one hundred published papers in indexing and arbitrating journals. He has a mathematics theorems and tools with his name. He has much Honoris Doctorates Honoris Causa given by ONG's and Universities in the world. He has more that 50 badges and achievements in mathematics, physics and nanotechnology. Actually, he is a IINAMEI Director, the most important research centre in State of Mexico.

Area of Interest:

Mathematics
100%
Mathematical Physics
62%
Nanotechnology
90%
Nano-medicine
75%
Non-Symmetrical Fields
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Bulnes, F., 2021. Motivic hypercohomology solutions in field theory and applications in H-states. J. Math. Res., 10.5539/jmr.v13n1p31.
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  2. Bulnes, F., I. Martínez, O. Zamudio and E. Navarro, 2020. Kinematic-Energy Measurements of the Torsion Tensor in Space-Time. IntechOpen, London, .
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  3. Bulnes, F., 2020. Introductory chapter: frontiers and future developments of the complex analysis. Adv. Complex Anal. Appl., 10.5772/intechopen.93934.
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  4. Bulnes, F., 2020. Integral Geometry and Cohomology in Field Theory on the Space-Time as Complex Riemannian Manifold. IntechOpen, London, .
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  5. Bulnes, F., 2020. Derived Tensor Products and Their Applications. IntechOpen, London, .
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  6. Bulnes, F., 2020. Introductory Chapter: Advanced Communication and Nano-Processing of Quantum Signals. Adv. Quantum Comm. Infor., 10.5772/intechopen.89069 http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.89069.
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  7. Bulnes, D.F., A.J.C. Garcu00eda-Limu00f3n, L.A. Ortiz-Dumas and V.A. Su00e1nchez-Suarez, 2020. Detector of torsion as field observable and applications. Am. J. Electr. Electron. Eng., 8: 108-115.
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  8. Bulnes, F., V.N. Stavrou, O. Morozov and A.V. Bourdine, 2019. Advances in Quantum Communication and Information. 1st Edn., IntechOpen, London, ISBN-13: 978-1-78985-268-4, Pages: 82.
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  9. Bulnes, F., I. Martinez, R. Cayetano, A. Rodriguez and I.M. Martinez, 2019. Curvature as obstacle to a photo-resistor sensor of illumining and their minimal sensing region part II: Their transitory analysis and the non-dimensional λ. Int. J. Sens. Sensor Networks, 6: 43-52.
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  10. Bulnes, F., 2019. Recent Advances in Integral Equations. 1st Edn., IntechOpen, London, UK., ISBN-13: 978-1-83880-657-6, Pages: 303.
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  11. Bulnes, F., 2019. Introductory Chapter: Frontier Research on Integral Equations and Recent Results. In: Recent Advances in Integral Equations, Bulnes, F. (Ed.). InTech Publ., Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN: 978-1-83880-657-6, pp: 1-4.
  12. Bulnes, F., 2019. Characteristic cycles integration on D-modules to obtaining of field equations solutions on L-holomorphic bundles. Int. J. Adv. Math., 2019: 1-17.
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  13. Bulnes, F., I. Martinez, R. Cayetano, I. Valencia, B.A. Martinez and J.M. Beltran, 2018. Curvature as obstacle to a photo-resistor sensor of illumining and their minimal sensing region. Sens. Transducers, 224: 51-62.
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  14. Bulnes, F., 2018. Gravity, Curvature and Energy: Gravitational Field Intentionality to the Cohesion and Union of the Universe. In: Gravity: Geoscience Applications, Industrial Technology and Quantum Aspect, Zouaghi, T. (Ed.). IntechOpen Publisher, Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-51-3823-5, pp: 97-111.
  15. Bulnes, F., Y. Stropovsvky and I. Rabinovich, 2017. Curvature energy and their spectrum in the Spinor-Twistor framework: Torsion as indicium of gravitational waves. J. Modern Phys., 8: 1723-1736.
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  16. Bulnes, F., 2017. Extended d− cohomology and integral transforms in derived geometry to QFT-equations solutions using langlands correspondences. Theor. Math. Applic., 7: 51-62.
  17. Bulnes F., Y. Stropovsvky and I. Rabinovich, 2017. Curvature energy and their spectrum in the spinor-twistor framework: torsion as indicium of gravitational waves. Journal of Modern Physics 08: 1723-1736.
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  18. Bulnes, F., 2017. Detection and Measurement of Quantum Gravity by a Curvature Energy Sensor: H-States of Curvature Energy. In: Recent Studies of Perturbation Theory, Uzunov, D.I. (Ed.). InTechOpen Publisher, Croatia, ISBN-13: 978-9535132615, pp: 169-189.
  19. Bulnes, F., I. Martinez, R. Cayetano, O. Zamudio, C. Gutierrez and I. Martinez, 2016. Autonomous and mobile prototype of curvature sensor with remote reliable communication of spectral curvature. J. Sensor Technol., 6: 159-179.
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  20. Bulnes, F., 2016. Moduli identities and cycles cohomologies by integral transforms in derived geometry. Theor. Math. Applic., 6: 1-12.
  21. Bulnes, F., 2016. Integral Geometry Methods in the Geometrical Langlands Program. Scientific Research Publishing Inc., USA., ISBN-13: 978-1618961396, Pages: 206.
  22. Bulnes, F., I. Martinez, O. Zamudio and G. Negrete, 2015. Electronic sensor prototype to detect and measure curvature through their curvature energy. Sci. J. Circuits Syst. Signal Process., 4: 41-54.
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  23. Bulnes, F., 2015. QED-Lie algebra and their-modules in superconductivity. J. Applied Math. Phys., 3: 417-427.
  24. Bulnes, F., 2015. Mathematical electrodynamics: Groups, cohomology classes, unitary representations, orbits and integral transforms in electro-physics. Am. J. Electromagnet. Applic., 3: 43-52.
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  25. Bulnes, F., 2015. Integral transforms and opers in the geometrical langlands program. J. Math., 1: 6-11.
  26. Bulnes, F., 2015. Differentiable Cohomologies and G-Modules to Infinite Representations. Scholar's Press, USA., ISBN-13: 978-3639764123, Pages: 132.
  27. Bulnes, F., 2015. A Lie-QED-Algebra and their Fermionic Fock Space in the Superconducting Phenomena. In: Selected Topics in Applications of Quantum Mechanics, Pahlavani, M.R. (Ed.). Chapter 7, InTech Publisher, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN 978-953-51-2126-8, pp: 199-233.
  28. Bulnes, F., K. Watanabe and R. Goborov, 2014. The Recillas's conjecture on Szego kernels associated to Harish-Chandra modules. Pure Applied Math. J., 3: 26-29.
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  29. Bulnes, F., A.R. Tello and M. Livera, 2014. Heat flux analysis in electrical transformers through integral operators of mechanics. Modern Mech. Eng., 4: 84-107.
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  30. Bulnes, F., 2014. Quantum gravity sensor by curvature energy: Their encoding and computational models. Int. J. Adv. Comput. Sci. Applic., 4: 65-73.
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  31. Bulnes, F., 2014. Integral geometry methods on deformed categories to geometrical langlands ramifications in field theory. Ilirias J. Math., Vol. 3. .
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  32. Bulnes, F., 2014. Integral geometry methods on deformed categories in field theory II. Pure Applied Math. J., Vol. 3. .
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  33. Bulnes, F., 2014. Framework of penrose transforms on DP-modules to the electromagnetic carpet of the Space-time from the moduli stacks perspective. J. Applied Math. Phys., 2: 150-162.
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  34. Bulnes, F., 2014. Derived categories in langlands geometrical ramifications: Approaching by penrose transforms. Adv. Pure Math., 4: 253-260.
  35. Bulnes, F. and R. Goborov, 2014. Integral geometry and complex space-time cohomology in field theory. Pure Applied Math. J., 3: 30-37.
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  36. Bulnes, F. and F.H. Bulnes-Gonzalez, 2014. Quantum Developments in Nanomedicine: Nanocurative Actions by Soft Photons Sources and their Path Integrals. In: Nanomedicine, Seifalian, A., A. de Mel and D.M. Kalaskar (Eds.). Chapter 9, Open Central Press, UK., ISBN: 978-1-910086-01-8, pp: 238-267.
  37. Bulnes, F. and F. Bulnes-Gonzalez, 2014. Developments in Nanomedicine: Nanocurative Actions by Soft Photons Sources and their Path Integrals. In: Nanomedicine, Seifalian, A., A. de Mel and D.M. Kalaskar (Eds.). Open Central Press, UK.
  38. Ramirez, M., L. Ramirez, O. Ramirez and F. Bulnes, 2013. Hermeneutics of the mathematical thought: Ordered adherence of bosons. J. Photonics Spintronics, 2: 9-13.
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  39. Kleinert, A.W. and F. Bulnes, 2013. Spinor technology: The field formalism to the duality between quantum particles and their waves. J. Photonics Spintronics, 2: 9-18.
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  40. Kleinert, A.W. and F. Bulnes, 2013. Leptons, the subtly fermions and their lagrangians for spinor fields: Their integration in the electromagnetic strengthening. J. Photonics Spintronics, 2: 12-21.
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  41. Goldberg, S., F.H. Bulnes, F. Bulnes and D. Cote, 2013. The anxiety factor in the dimension of the symptom space and their elimination for Nano-metric actions of quantum medicine using path integrals. J. Photonics Spintronics, 2: 4-11.
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  42. Bulnes, F., I. Martinez, A. Mendoza and M. Landa, 2013. Design and development of an electronic sensor to detect and measure curvature of spaces using curvature energy. J. Sensor Technol., 2: 116-126.
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  43. Bulnes, F., 2013. Quantum Intentionality and Determination of Realities in the Space-Time through Path Integrals and their Integral Transforms. In: Advances in Quantum Mechanics, Bracken, P. (Ed.). Chapter 10, InTech Publisher, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-51-1089-7, pp: 213-244.
  44. Bulnes, F., 2013. Penrose transform on induced DG/H-modules and their moduli stacks in the field theory. J. Adv. Pure Math., 3: 246-253.
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  45. Bulnes, F., 2013. Orbital Integrals on Reductive Lie Groups and their Algebras. InTech Publisher, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-51-1007-1, Pages: 194.
  46. Bulnes, F., 2013. Mathematical nanotechnology: Quantum field intentionality. J. Applied Math. Phys., 1: 25-44.
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  47. Bulnes, F., 2013. Geometrical langlands ramifications and differential operators classification by coherent D-modules in field theory. J. Math. Syst. Sci., 3: 491-507.
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  48. Bulnes, F., 2013. Cohomological induction on generalized G-modules to infinite dimensional representations. Asian J. Math. Applic., 1: 1-24.
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  49. Bulnes, F. and A. Alvarez, 2013. Homological electromagnetism and electromagnetic demonstrations on the existence of superconducting effects necessaries to magnetic levitation/suspension. J. Electromagn. Anal. Aplic., 5: 255-263.
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  50. Hernandez, E., A. Sanchez and F. Bulnes, 2012. Measurements of quantum curvature: New measurements of curvature based in concepts of gravitational waves measured by electromagnetic waves (I). J. Photonics Spintronics, 1: 4-12.
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  51. Bulnes, F., Y. Stropovsvky and V. Yermishkin, 2012. Quasi-relaxation transforms, meromorphic curves and hereditary integrals of the Stress-deformation tensor to metallic specimens. Modern Mech. Eng., 2: 92-105.
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  52. Bulnes, F., J. Maya and I. Martinez, 2012. Design and development of impeller synergic systems of electromagnetic type to levitation/suspension flight of symmetrical bodies. J. Electromagnetic Anal. Appl., 4: 42-52.
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  53. Bulnes, F., F.H. Bulnes and D. Cote, 2012. Symptom quantum theory: Loops and nodes in psychology and nanometric actions by quantum medicine on the mind mechanisms programming path integrals. J. Smart Nanosyst. Eng. Med., 1: 97-121.
  54. Bulnes, F., 2012. Penrose transform on D-modules, moduli spaces and field theory. J. Adv. Pure Math., 2: 379-390.
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  55. Bulnes, F., 2012. Electromagnetic gauges and maxwell lagrangians applied to the determination of curvature in the Space-time and their applications. J. Electromagn. Anal. Aplic., 4: 252-266.
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  56. Bulnes, F., 2012. Correction, Alignment, Restoration and Re-Composition of Quantum Mechanical Fields of Particles by Path Integrals and Their Applications. In: Theoretical Concepts of Quantum Mechanics, Pahlavani, M.R. (Ed.). InTech Publisher, Pakistan, ISBN: 978-953-51-0088-1, pp: 489-514.
  57. Bulnes, F., 2012. Combination of quantum factors in integral monopharmacist and their actions in cellular regeneration and total cure. Curr. Med. Chem., 1: 22-22.
  58. Bulnes, F. and F.H. Bulnes, 2012. Quantum medicine actions: Programming path integrals on integral Mono-Pharmacists for strengthening and arranging of the mind on body. J. Public Health Frontier., 1: 57-65.
  59. Bulnes, F., Y. Stropovsvky, V. Yermishkin and C. J. Maya, 2011. Quasi-relaxation transforms in metallic specimens and meromorphic curves of quasi-relaxation. Revista Avances de Investigacion en Ingenieria- Universidad Libre de Colombia, 15: 112-120.
  60. Bulnes, F., F.H. Bulnes, E.H. Alvarez and J.C. Maya, 2011. Diagnosis and spectral encoding in integral medicine through electronic devices designed and developed by path integrals. J. Nanotechnol. Eng. Med., Vol. 2, 10.1115/1.4003495.
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  61. Bulnes, F. and Y. Stropovsvky, 2011. Quasi-relaxation transforms in metallic specimens and meromorphic curves of Quasi-relaxation. Revista Avances Invest. Ingenieria, 8: 58-66.
  62. Bulnes, F. and J.C. Maya, 2011. Cohomology of moduli spaces in differential operators classification to the field theory. Proc. 8th Int. Conf. Function Spaces Differential Operat. Nonlinear Anal., 1: 001-022.
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  63. Bulnes, F., F.H. Bulnes, E.H. Alvarez, J.C. Maye and F.M,. Tenorio, 2010. Integral medicine: New methods of organ-regeneration by cellular encoding through path integrals applied to the quantum medicine. J. Nanotechnol. Eng. Med., Vol. 1, 10.1115/1.4001879.
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  64. Bulnes, F., E. Hernandez and J.C. Maya, 2009. Design of measurement and detection devices of curvature through the synergic integral operators of the mechanics on light waves. Proc. ASME, 5: 91-102.
  65. Bulnes, F., 2009. On the last progress of the cohomological induction in the classification problem of lie groups representations. Magnamatematica, 1: 3-9.
  66. Bulnes, F., 2007. Digital controlability on a discrete cohomology on L2[K]. Applied Math., 3: 71-77.