Yulia received my B.S. degree in mathematics from Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria and my Ph.D. in mathematics from Texas A&M University. Before coming to UM Dearborn I was a postdoctoral associate at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.
My research interests lie in the general area of numerical analysis and partial differential equations with emphasis on inverse problems, particularly those related to imaging techniques.
Y. Hristova Inversion of the V-line transform arising in emission tomography, submitted.; Y. Hristova, S. Moon and D. Steinhauer A Radon-type transform arising in Photoacoustic Tomography with circular detectors: spherical geometry, submitted.; Y. Hristova and Y. Zeytuncu Why do we need the derivative for the surface area?, submitted.; A. Olson, A. Ciabatti, Y. Hristova, P. Kuchment, J. Ragusa, W. Charlton and M. Allmaras, Detection of small low emission sources - case studies, submitted, 2013.; M. Allmaras, D. Darrow, Y. Hristova, G. Kanschat and P. Kuchment, Detecting small low emission radiating sources, Inverse Problems and Imaging, Vol 7, No. 1, 2013, pp. 47-79.