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Danail Bonchev

EDUCATION

PhD from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

D.Sc. from Lomonosov State University in Moscow, Russia.

RESEARCH

Graph theory, network theory, complexity theory, information theory, and their applications to atomic, molecular and biological structures.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

D. Bonchev, On the Concept for Overall Topological Representation of Molecular Structure (2014). In: Advances in Mathematical Chemistry and Applications, S. C. Basak, G. Restrepo and J. L. Villavece, Eds. Bentham Science, p. 42-75.

E.Estrada and D. Bonchev, Section 13.1. Chemical Graph Theory, in Handbook of Graph Theory, 2nd ed., Gross, Yellen and Zhang, Eds., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2013, pp. 1538-1558.

D. Bonchev, Ed., Springer, Complexity in Chemistry, Biology and Ecology,  New York, 2005.

D. Bonchev, N. Trinajstic, Information Theory, Distance Matrix, and Molecular Branching, J. Chem. Phys. 67 (1977) 4517‑4533.

D. Bonchev, Information theoretic indices for characterization of chemical structures, Research Studies Press, UK, 1983.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

NYAS, ISCB, ACS.

HONORS and PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Elected member of the International Academy of Mathematical Chemistry.

Elected corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Member of Editorial Boards of six international research journals.

Section Editor for Complexity in Computational Chemistry, Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Springer, New York.

Reviewer for research journals and funding agencies.

Created the first graduate course in Network Biology in 2006.