Chadi Nour

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Dr. Chadi Nour is an associate professor of mathematics in the Department of Computer Science and Mathematics. He joined LAU as an assistant professor in 2005. Prior to that, he worked at Concordia University in Canada as an invited research professor, and at Université de Montreal in Canada as a CRM postdoctoral fellow. His principal research interests lie in the area of non-smooth analysis and its application in control theory.

He enjoys going to the gym and watching football games.

Selected Publications

  • V. Zeidan, C. Nour, A Control Space Ensuring the Strong Convergence of Continuous Approximation for a Controlled Sweeping Process, Set-Valued and Variational Analysis, 2023, 31(3).
  • V. Zeidan, C. Nour, Nonsmooth optimality criterion for a W^{1,2}-controlled sweeping process: Nonautonomous perturbation, Applied Set-Valued Analysis and Optimization, 2023, 5(2), 193-212.
  • C. Nour, J. Takche, S-convexity: The variable radius case, Journal of Convex Analysis, 29 (2022), No. 4, 1167–1192.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD in Pure Mathematics, 2003, University Claude Bernard Lyon1, France.
  • MS in Pure Mathematics, University Claude Bernard Lyon1, France.
  • BS in Pure Mathematics, Lebanese University, Lebanon.