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BS Applied Mathematics Hebrew University Distinction 1963
MS Physics Hebrew University Distinction 1964
PhD Applied Mathematics Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel 1969

I am a mathematical physicist working on the development and application of mathematical methods to atmospheric research and satellites orbits. As part of this research, I am also developing new methods for the use of symmetry principles to solve differential equations. I have taught a broad spectrum of applied math courses on the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Scholarly Work

Structure of polytropic stars in General Relativity
Astrophysics and Space Science 364(7)117, nine pages, 2019 2019

M. Humi - Analytic Solutions for Long's Equation and its Generalization,
Nonlin. Processes in Geophysics, 24, pp. 727-735 2017

Solutions to Painleve III and Other Nonlinear Equations
by a Generalized Cole-Hopf Transformation,
Math Meth App. Sci ,40, pp4092-4101 (2017) 2017

Satellite Orbits in Levi-Civita Space
Advances in Space Research Volume 61, Issue 5, 1 March 2018, Pages 1298-1306 2018

Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
CRC press 2017 2017


Universe Today
Spacecraft Could Shuttle Astronauts and Supplies to and From the Moon on a Regular Basis

Research co-led by mathematical science professor Mayer Humi was featured in the Universe Today article. Humi developed the math models that shows an optimal trajectory that places the shuttle into an elliptical orbit and minimizes the thrust requirements. “This type of shuttle and trajectory, said Humi, is needed for any plans to establish a permanent Human presence on the Moon, but could also lead to a thriving Earth-Moon economy.”