I am Zeraoulia Rafik, a dedicated high school mathematics teacher with over 10 years of experience in Algeria. My passion for mathematics drives me to inspire and educate young minds. Since 2008, I have actively pursued research in dynamical systems, number theory, probability, and statistics. Notably, my work includes exploring chaotic dynamics and validating Yitang Zhang's Landau-Siegel zero theorem, detailed in my publication "Chaotic dynamics and zero distribution: implications and applications in control theory for Yitang Zhang's Landau-Siegel zero theorem" (Eur. Phys. J. Plus 139, 217 (2024), https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/s13360-024-05000-w).

I take pride in discovering the Zeraoulia sequences, acknowledged in the On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS), and authored "Math Olympiad for Arabic Countries." As a reviewer for the Journal of Probability and Statistics - Horizon Mathematics, I uphold the standard of scholarly publications.

Active in the mathematical community, I contribute on platforms like Stack Exchange Math and MathOverflow, and collaborate on the Polymath Project to solve intricate problems collectively. Additionally, I tutor mathematics online via Upwork, offering personalized instruction globally.

Looking forward, I aim to explore nonlinear dynamics in encryption methods, furthering mathematical research and education.

For more details on my mathematical research activities, please refer to my CV:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lxzYYOmyP4oGh1UmZnEacBAvxiomDwE6/view?usp=drive_link