Sessions - Minisymposia

Procedures for the approval of a proposal for a Session-Workshop or Minisymposium


The organizer must provide:
1. A proposal for the organization of a Session-Workshop or Minisymposium.
2. A small description of his/her proposal (no more than 150 words).
3. A short CV.
4. Information about the procedures which will be followed for the promotion of that Session-Workshop or Minisymposium (the organizer is responsible for the promotion).
5. His/her full affiliations along with an e-mail adress for the submission of papers on the subject of the Session-Workshop or Minisymposium.

Attention Note: The maximum number of papers per author is four (4)

After the approval, the organizer will be the person responsible for the selection of the papers.

The papers must be sent to the ICNAAM Secretariat until 26 July 2019.

In the Proceedings of ICNAAM 2019 the Sessions-Workshops and Minisymposia will lie in a separate section of the Volume with a Preface created by the organizer. Occasionally, the organizer must inform us about the participation of his/her Session. If a Session consists of at least 6 registrations, the organizer will be granted free registration for ICNAAM 2019. If a Symposium consists of at least 10 registrations, the organizer will be granted free registration and have a part of the accomodation expenses covered.
 

If a participant wants to send a paper to a Symposium mentioned below, please use the e-mail address(es) of the organizer(s).

 

PROPOSALS SESSIONS AND MINISYMPOSIA WHICH

HAVE BEEN APPROVED (UPDATED)

 

1) Title: The 14th International Symposium on Numerical Analysis of Fluid Flows, Heat and Mass Transfer - Numerical Fluids 2019

Organizer: Prof. Dr. Dia Zeidan, School of Basic Sciences and Humanities, German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan

E-mail: dia.zeidan@gju.edu.jo & nasymposium@gmail.com

 

This symposium series started in Crete, Greece, in 2006 chaired by Professor Pawel Kosinski of the University of Bergen, Norway. The symposium is associated with the annual edition of the ICNAAM since 2006. It represents one of the largest and most successful activities of ICNAAM with a strong commitment to research and development within the academic community. Since its start, the focus of the symposium is numerical mathematics for fluid flow problems and related topics.

Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

  • formulation, identification and resolution of multidimensional fluid flows, heat and mass transfer
  • numerical methods for fluid flows including heat and mass transfer and chemical reactions
  • multi-phase fluid flow problems
  • non-Newtonian flows
  • free surface, environmental and geophysical flows
  • population balance modelling, optimization and control
  • agglomeration, breakup and collision
  • polymer processing
  • shock waves, combustion and explosions
  • biological fluid flows
  • granular and porous media
  • renewable and non-renewable energies
  • microfluidics and nanofluidics
  • supercritical fluids and processes
  • fluid-structure interactions
  • multiphysics involving fluid flows and other applications
  • turbulence and phase interaction in fluid dynamics
  • mathematical methods for fluid flows, heat and mass transfer
  • boundary value problems for differential equations in fluids
  • application of fractional calculus to fluid flows, heat and mass transfer
  • engineering applications of fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer
  • experimental measurements and numerical modelling of the fluid flows, heat and mass transfer

THE URL ADDRESS OF THIS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM AND ALL OTHER DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT
http://www.icnaam.org/nafluids

 

2) Title: The Ninth Symposium on Advanced Computation and Information in Natural and Applied Sciences

Organizer: Dr. rer. nat. Claus-Peter Ruckemann, Leibniz Universitat Hannover and Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster (WWU) and North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN), Germany

E-mail: ruckema@uni-muenster.de

 

This Symposium on Advanced Computation and Information in Natural and Applied Sciences focusses on architectures and methods for high end computational and numerical applications.
Up to date computing and information systems (software engineering, communication, and architectures) are an undispensable tool for progress in various scientific fields.

We invite scientists and engineers from academia and industry using and implementing computation and information systems, High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing, and Distributed Computing for scientific research, engineering, education, and future internet applications.

Authors are invited to submit original unpublished results which are not under review in any other conference or journal, to the peer review for publication and presentation, in the following, but not limited to, the following topic areas of this symposium.

* Large scale and fast computation
* Information and computing systems
* Advanced software engineering, intelligent and autonomous systems
* Software engineering for high end systems and applications
* Supercomputing, High Performance Computing (HPC), Exascale
* High End Computing (HEC), Cloud Computing, Grid Computing, distributed systems
* Services computing
* Database applications
* Data processing
* Efficient algorithms, Parallelisation of algorithms and applications
* Integrated frameworks for computation and information
* Big data, large scale data storage, management, and visualisation
* Parallel algorithms, MPI, OpenMP, shared Memory
* Optimisation, data structures and highly performance codes
* Programming languages, tools for parallelisation

* Advanced applications and algorithms
* Computer science, natural sciences, geosciences, planetology
* Archaeology, geoprocessing, spatial sciences
* Life sciences, medical applications
* Mathematical and numerical algorithms
* Simulation and modelling, genetic algorithms
* Scientific data processing
* Advanced scientific computing
* Computation frameworks and tools
* Methodological and practical contributions
* Knowledge-based systems, education, e-Learning, and e-Science
* Legal informatics, technical-legal context, science and Open Access
* Documentation, classification (UDC), resources, and evaluation context
* Performance measurement
* Energy consumption and management
* Web services and performance
* Applications and benchmarking

* Networks and systems communications
* Future Internet broadband services and applications
* Resources and object certification, public key infrastructures
* Data integrity
* Privacy and anonymity
* Networks/systems measurement, control and management, simulation and emulation
* Quality of Service, Data, and Context (QoS / QoD / QoC), auditing, assessment, governance
* e-Commerce, accounting, pricing and billing
* Use of distributed compute and storage resources
* Energy-aware mechanisms and energy-efficient technology for operation, control, and management
* Configuration, reuse of software components
* Resource allocation and management
* System and data security; Communication visualisation

Deadline for submitting your fully formatted 4 page paper for peer review: May 6, 2019 (final date).
Deadline for improved paper and sources: June 20, 2019 (final date).


Other deadlines and relevant information, e.g., regarding registration, can be found in the section of Dates of Importance, at http://www.icnaam.org

3) Title: Physical-chemical gas-dynamics: Non-equilibrium processes modeling and simulation

Organizer: Dr. Yuriy Gorbachev, Coddan Technologies LLC, Head of the Research Department, Beloostrovskaya str., 22, off. 430. St.-Petersburg 197342, Russia

E-mail: yuriy.gorbachev@gmail.com

 

Description of the non-equilibrium effects in reactive gas mixtures constitutes a grand challenge in physical-chemical gas-dynamics. Such processes are of great interest for the fields such as plasma physics, aerospace engineering, astrophysics, chemical engineering, etc. They require the development of sophisticated models and computational techniques to accurately simulate the diversity and complexity of non-equilibrium problems, and to effectively capture the wide range of relevant physical phenomena within these simulations.
 
This mini-symposium aims to provide a forum for specialists in reactive gas mixtures modeling and simulation, to identify and discuss, express and publish their expert views on current research, challenges in, and possible solutions for modeling of non-equilibrium processes, as well as developing the novel analytical and numerical methods for corresponding problems simulation, and address various issues in the areas of physical-chemical gas-dynamics.We hope that the mini-symposium eventually will contribute significantly to the knowledge in the field.
 
Specific topics include (but are not limited to):
 
  • Modeling of non-equilibrium processes in reactive gas mixtures
  • Kinetic and gas-dynamic approaches
  • Generalized Boltzmann equation
  • Boundary conditions and film growth simulation
  • Modeling of nucleation/condensation/coagulation
  • Quasi-chemical nucleation model
  • Asymptotic methods for deriving gas-dynamic equations from kinetic
  • Non-equilibrium and multiphysics
  • Novel approaches to combine different models in one problem solution
  • Challenging applications in industry and academia
  • Advanced numerical methods for solving non-equilibrium effects in reactive gas mixture problems
 
We cordially invite you to submit papers presenting the results of original research in the area of modeling and simulation of non-equilibrium processes. According to the requirements of the main Conference http://icnaam.org/abstract.htm, the papers in the form of extended abstracts (3-4 A4 pages) should be sent to yuriy.gorbachev@gmail.com no later than 26 June 2019.
The papers presented during ICNAAM will be published in world-renowned AIP (American Institute of Physics) Proceedings.

 

4) Title: Recent Advances and Current Research on the Difference Equations and its Applications

Organizer: Professor Dr. Seifedine Kadry, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon and Professor Dr. Abdelkhalak EL HAMI, LOFIMS Laboratory, INSA de Rouen, France

E-mail: skadry@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

 

Difference Equation or discrete dynamical system is a very interesting subject because they are central to the analysis of many models of dynamic programming and we can derive many complex behavior based on simple formulation.

The aim of this symposium is to discuss the new developments in the field of difference equations, and their applications.

Topics of interest include but not limited to:

  • Solution of the difference equation and its behavior,
  • equilibrium or critical value and stability
  • general theory of difference equations
  • random difference equations
  • iteration theory
  • bifurcation theory
  • mathematical biology
  • control theory
  • chaotic dynamics
  • complex dynamics
  • iterated function systems
  • numerical approximations
  • discretization of differential equations
  • dynamic equations on time scales
  • discrete equations and inequalities
  • discrete transformations
  • functional equations
  • orthogonal polynomials
  • stochastic processes
  • industrial mathematics
  • mathematical engineering
  • discrete models
  • applications in economics, physics and other disciplines
  • difference-differential equations
  • computational linear algebra
  • combinatorics
  • evolutionary game theory

5) Title: 5th Symposium on Computational Modeling and Experimental Assessment of Transport Processes in Porous Building Materials

Organizer: Prof. Oldřich Zmeškal, Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Purkyňova 118, CZ‐612 00 Brno, Czech Republic

E-mail: zmeskal@fch.vutbr.cz(link sends e-mail)

 

Transport and accumulation of heat, moisture, chemical substances, and momentum are phenomena which affect buildings and their inbuilt materials over their whole lifetime period. Their satisfactory description requires primarily a choice of proper physical and mathematical models because the transport mechanisms are coupled.  The computational implementation of mathematical models is another essential factor involving an application of appropriate methods of numerical solution. The computer simulation tools cannot be utilized properly without knowledge of a variety of transport and storage material parameters, which have to be determined experimentally in a wide range of field quantities, such as temperature, moisture content, and concentration of a particular chemical compound. The applied models are also supposed to be verified using critical experiments, in order to assess their overall quality. Therefore, in practical applications the computational modeling and experimental assessment of transport processes cannot be separated without a risk of significant departure from the physical reality.
 
The symposium brings together physicists, chemists, mathematicians, and engineers working in the field of transport processes in building materials and materials engineering. The main topics include but are not limited to:
 
  • Theoretical models of transport phenomena
  • Computer simulation tools 
  • Material parameters and their assessment
  • Model verification techniques
  • Environmental effects on building structures
  • Risk analysis
  • Service life assessment studies
  • High-temperature applications
  • Applications in a renovation of historical buildings and monuments
  • Sustainable development and eco-efficient materials
  • Other applications in building science and building practice

6) Title: ISA 2019 - 6th International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Algorithms

Organizers: 1 Dr. Martin Kotyrba – Chairman 1Assoc. Prof. Eva Volna – Vice-Chairman

1 Dr. Zuzana Vaclavikova – Vice-Chairman
1 Dr. Michal Janosek – Vice-Chairman
1 Dr. Martin Zacek – Vice-Chairman
2 Prof. Ivan Zelinka – Vice-Chairman
1 The University of Ostrava, Department of Informatics and Computers, 30. dubna 22, 70103 Ostrava, Czech Republic
and
2 VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, Department of Computer Science, 17. listopadu 15, 708 33 Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic

E-mail: martin.kotyrba@osu.cz, eva.volna@osu.cz, zuzana.vaclavikova@osu.cz, michal.janosek@osu.cz, martin.zacek@osu.cz, ivan.zelinka@vsb.cz(link sends e-mail)

 

Intelligent systems and algorithms is a promising research field of modern computational intelligence concerned with the development of the next generation of intelligent systems and algorithms. Intelligent systems and algorithms are getting popular due to their capabilities in handling several real-world complexities involving imprecision, uncertainty, and vagueness. The symposium has the intention to provide a contribution to academics and practitioners. So, both fundamental and applied researches are considered relevant.
 
Extended abstracts will be published in a Special Volume of the world-renowned AIP Conference Proceedings. The American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Series is a very well known series of Conference Proceedings, which is included in the leading databases of scientific & engineering literature including, ISI Web of Knowledge, MathSciNet, Scopus, Scirus, Google Scholar, etc and in the past had been included in SCIE.
 
  • GeneticAlgorithms
  • Genetic Programming
  • Grammatical Evolution
  • Differential Evolution
  • Evolutionary strategies
  • Hybrid and Distributed Algorithms
  • Fuzzy Logic, Expert Systems
  • Neural Networks
  • Multi-Agent Systems
 
TOPICS
 
  • Artificial Life
  • Chaos, Complexity, Fractals
  • SWARMComputing
  • MathematicalOptimization
  • StochasticOptimization
  • Information technology
  • Image Processing, Computer Vision
  • Web Ontologies, Deductions, OWL
  • Adaptive E-learning
 
Best selected papers from ISA 2019 will be invited to be extended and subsequently sent for reviews and publishing for a special issue in the following journals:
 
  • Intelligent Systems, IEEE International Journal.
  • Journal of Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JNAIAM), which is the official journal of the European Society of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering
  • Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences (Wiley & Sons)
  • Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences (AMIS).
 
DATES
 
  • Papers in the form of extended abstracts, max. 4 pages according to the AIP template, should be sent to martin.kotyrba@osu.cz
  • Paper submission deadline 30 June 2019

 

8) Title: Fourth Symposium on Difference & Differential Equations and Applications 2019

Organizer: Professor Sandra Pinelas, Departamento de Ciências Exactas e Engenharia, Academia Militar, Portugal, Website: https://sites.google.com/site/sandrapinelas/home

E-mail: sandra.pinelas@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

The main aim of this symposium is to promote, encourage, cooperate, and bring together researchers in the fields of differential & difference equations as well dynamical systems with special emphasis on applications. 

 

9) Title: 12-th Symposium on Recent Trends in the Numerical Solution of  Differential Equations

Organizer: Prof. Dr. Luigi Brugnano, Dipartimento di Matematica "U.Dini", Universita` degli Studi di Firenze, Viale Morgagni 67/A, 50134 Firenze Italy. Tel. : +39-055-4237-119, Fax. : +39-055-4237-162.http://www.math.unifi.it/~brugnano/(link is external) and Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Ewa B. Weinmüller, Department for Analysis and Scientific Computing, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/1152, A-1040 Wien, Austria. http://www.math.tuwien.ac.at/~ewa/(link is external) 

E-mail: luigi.brugnano@unifi.it(link sends e-mail),  e.weinmueller@tuwien.ac.at(link sends e-mail)

URL: http://web.math.unifi.it/users/brugnano/ICNAAM2019/

 

10) Title: 15-th Symposium Clifford Analysis and Applications

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Klaus Gürlebeck, Bauhaus-University Weimar, Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Coudray-Str. 13 B, 99423 Weimar, Germany, Prof. Dr. Sören Kraußhar, University of Erfurt, Institute of Mathematics, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Nordhäuser Str. 63, 99089 Erfurt, Prof. Dr. Nelson Faustino, Centro de Matemática, Computação e Cognição (CMCC), Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC), Santo André-SP, Brasil, CEP 09210-580

E-mail: klaus.guerlebeck@uni-weimar.de;soeren.krausshar@uni-erfurt.de; nelson.faustino@ufabc.edu.br(link sends e-mail)

Quaternionic analysis and Clifford analysis are seen as a refinement of harmonic analysis and generalization of complex analysis, providing us with a powerful toolkit to study partial differential equations in the plane and in higher dimensional spaces. Function theoretic methods play an increasing role in different areas of mathematics, physics, computer science and several branches of engineering. The symposium aims to reflect the state of the art in pure and applied complex and Clifford and analysis as well as in the development of new complex analytic methods and to exchange ideas for new developments in theory and applications.
 
We invite mathematicians, physicists, and engineers working by means of complex analysis, quaternionic analysis and Clifford analysis particularly in
 
  • Pure and applied Clifford analysis, applications in harmonic analysis
  • Complex and Generalized Function Theories
  • Partial differential equations, boundary and initial value problems, control problems
  • Fractional differential and integral calculus
  • Physics, computational physics, crystallography and scattering, quantum mechanics, optics
  • Practical applications in engineering sciences in general, applications in classical mechanics, material science, fluid dynamics, electromagnetism
  • Approximation theory, numerical methods, and simulations
  • Discrete function theories with applications
  • Special functions, polynomial systems, orthogonal polynomials
  • Conformal and quasi-conformal mappings
  • Combinatorics, analytic number theory, modular forms
  • Integral transforms, signal analysis, and image processing
  • Geometric algebra and applications
  • Numerical analysis and discrete function theory 
  • Quantum Field Theory on the Lattice.
 
to contribute to the symposium. Suggestions for further topics are welcome.

 

11) Title: The Third Symposium on Mathematical Methods in Economics and Nature Use

Organizers: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alexander N. Medvedev, Scientific Secretary, Institute of Industrial Ecology UB RAS, Yekaterinburg, Russia, Associate Professor (part time), Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, Active Member of the European Academy of Natural Sciences, Hanover, Germany and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marina A. Medvedeva, Head of Department of Systems Analysis and Decision Making, Associate Professor, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia

E-mail: alnikmed52@gmail.com; marmed55@yandex.ru(link sends e-mail)

The symposium is dedicated to the discussion of development and practical application of mathematical methods, models and information technologies in Economics and Nature Use, including Environmental Science and related disciplines.
The participation of representatives of academic and university science, practitioners, as well as doctoral and master students are expected.
The attendance of about 15 - 20 presenters is planned.
 
We welcome the presentations describing newly created models and methods, as well as particular examples of their use for data processing, evaluation, and analysis, as well as forecasting of different indicators in considered fields.
The presentations may be in oral and poster format.
 
Virtual contributions are also welcomed if the authors cannot attend the conference.
 
Topics to be covered:
 
  • Mathematical and Computer Models, Methods, Algorithms in considered fields;
  • Modeling and Simulation;
  • Data processing, Data Mining, Machine Learning;
  • Information Systems, Software Tools, Web Applications;
  • Computer Science and Education;
  • Related Topics.

 

13) Title: Graphs

Organizer: Dr. Vojislav Petrovic, Department of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia

E-mail: vojpet@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

The symposium welcomes all researchers, as well as students, involved in Graph Theory. 
 
The topics of interest include, but not restricted to, the following:
 
  • scores in graphs and digraphs
  • Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs and digraphs
  • planar graphs
  • graph factors and decompositions
  • graph colorings
  • extremal graphs
  • graph spectra
  • digraphs, tournaments and their generalizations
  • graph algorithms

 

15) Title: Recent Advances in Numerical Methods and Simulations in Statics and Dynamics of Structures

Organizers: Prof. Ing. Juraj Králik, CSc.1), Assoc. prof. Ing. Eva Kormaníková, Ph.D.2), Prof. Ing. Martin Krejsa, Ph.D.3), 

1)Faculty of Civil Engineering, STU in Bratislava, Slovakia
2)Faculty of Civil Engineering, TU in Košice, Slovakia
3)Faculty of Civil Engineering, VSB-TU in Ostrava, Czech Republic

E-mail: juraj.kralik@stuba.sk, eva.kormanikova@tuke.sk, martin.krejsa@vsb.cz(link sends e-mail)

The main purpose of the Section “Recent Advances in Numerical Methods and Simulations in Statics and Dynamics of Structures” is the presentation of new methods to analyse of safety and reliability of the structures under extreme loads as the earthquake and climatic loads (temperature, wind, snow, rain and others), terroristic attack (aircraft, missile, blast, fire and others) or technology accident (explosion, high temperature and others). The nonlinear material and geometric behavior of structures are necessary to consider during extreme loads. The risk of the structure collapse is determined by the model and resistance uncertainties. The deterministic and probabilistic analysis of the structure failure during the extreme loading can be used. The probabilistic assessment gives us the most complex analysis of the acceptable level of the risk. Recently, the theories of probability and statistics and reliability have provided the bases for modern structural design codes and specifications.
 
The main objectives of the Mini-symposium are developing:
 
  • The advanced methods and simulations of structure failure under extreme loads,
  • The nonlinear material and a geometric model of structures and efficient numerical methods,
  • The advances in the soil-base-structure or soil-fluid-structure interaction analysis under seismic loads, 
  • The experimental tests and the fluid simulation of the blast or extreme wind impact on structures with various shape,
  • The optimization of the new composite materials or structure shape to have the higher safety of the structure under the impact of extreme loads, 
  • The simulation probabilistic methods and the stochastic finite elements to probabilistic analysis of the structure resistance due to extreme loads,
  • The risk analysis of the structure failure using the fragility curves of the structural elements for various type of accident or extreme loads, 
  • The Reliability-Based Optimization procedures to consider the effects of uncertainty by means of reliability, the applications involving optimal structural design for stochastic linear and nonlinear statics and dynamics. 
  • The experience from the experiment tests, modeling and simulations of the structural failure under extreme loads using the deterministic or probabilistic assessment are welcome.

16) Title: 5th Edition of the Symposium on Computational Tools for Direct Digital Manufacturing (CT4DDM)

Organizers: Nuno Alves | Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development (CDRSP-IPLeiria) and Mechanical Engineering Department of the School of Technology and Management (ESTG) of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (IPLeiria), Paula Pascoal-Faria | CDRSP-IPLeiria & Mathematical Department of the ESTG-IPLeiria, Sandra Amado | CDRSP-IPLeiria & Health Science and Technology Department from the School of Health Science from the IPLeiria

E-mail: nuno.alves@ipleiria.pt; sandra.amado@ipleiria.pt; paula.faria@ipleiria.pt(link sends e-mail)

The 5th edition of the Symposium on Computational Tools for Direct Digital Manufacturing (CT4DDM), being held within ICNAAM 2019, is a relevant forum for the scientific exchange of multidisciplinary issues devoted to enhance the interaction between academy and industry, promoting the exploitation of cutting-edge tools in real-life problems.
 
Topics include but not limited to:
 
Multiscale Modelling and Simulation applied to
 
  • Additive Manufacturing (3D/4D Printing)
  • Subtractive Manufacturing
  • Conformal Manufacturing
  • Multiscale Reverse Engineering
  • CAD/CAM/CAE Applications
  • Mono and Multi-objective Optimization
  • Biomechanics
 

17) Title: 2nd Symposium on Advanced Methods and Information Technologies Applications (AMITA)

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Petr S. Martyshko, CorrespondingMember of Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of Laboratory of  Mathematical Geophysics at Bulashevich Institute of Geophysics, Ural Branch of RAS,Professor of Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia and Prof. Dr. Elena N. Akimova, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences,Leading research scientist of Krasovskii Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of  RAS,Professor of Ural Federal University,  Ekaterinburg, Russia

E-mail: pmart3@mail.ru, aen15@yandex.ru(link sends e-mail)

The main objective of AMITA is to present the latest researches and results of scientists related to the field of Advanced Methods, Mathematical Modelling and Information Technology, Distributed and Parallel Computing and Applications. 
The advances in computer science and information technology can be used to solve applied problems from areas of Mathematical Physics, Geophysics, Radiotechnicsand Signal Processing, Optimal Control and so on.
 
Virtual contributions are also welcomed if authors cannot attend the conference.
 
The list of topics includes the following:
 
  • Mathematical Modellings and Numerical Methods
  • Advanced Applications and Algorithms of Mathematical Physics
  • Mathematical Methods of Geophysics 
  • Mathematical Methods in Radiotechnics
  • Mathematical Methods in Optimal control
  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Parallel Computing and Applications, High-Performance Computing 
  • Software Tools and Web Applications for High-performance computing
  • Computer Science and Education
 

19) Title: Operational Research and Applications

Organizers: Prof. Dra. Fernanda A. Ferreira and Prof. Dr. Flávio Ferreira, School of Hospitality and Tourism, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Rua D. Sancho I, 981, 4480-876 Vila do Conde, Portugal

E-mail: faf@esht.ipp.pt; fff@esht.ipp.pt(link sends e-mail)

The aim of the symposium is to bring together researchers with different backgrounds and interests in all aspects of Operational Research, its application in Industrial Organization, and its practice, in order to further communication, collaboration, and exchange of new ideas.
 
This symposium welcomes all researchers, academicians, practitioners, as well as students interested in any branch of operational research.
 
The topics include, but are not limited to the following:
 
  • Optimization methods,
  • Decision theory,
  • Stochastic models,
  • Simulation,
  • Game theory,
  • Queueing systems,
  • Combinatorial Optimization,
  • Cutting and Packing,
  • Data mining,
  • Optimal control,
  • Transportation,
  • Multi-objective optimization,
  • Scheduling.

 

22) Title: Numerical Methods for Solving differential equations with Application to Science and Engineering

Organizer: Dr. Manoj Kumar, Professor & Head, Department of Mathematics, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad-India

E-mail: manoj@mnnit.ac.in(link sends e-mail)

Many problems in science and engineering are reduced to a set of boundary value problems through a process of mathematical modeling such as problems in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics etc. Sometimes it is possible to find an exact solution of a boundary value problem as a combination of elementary functions or as a trigonometric functions or power series.
 
However, this classical mathematical approach for solving boundary value problems only works on a relatively small class of problems. In more realistic models, solutions of boundary value problems cannot be found explicitly in terms of known functions, and the alternative is to determine an approximate solution for given data through numerical computations.
 
Due to this reason, different numerical methods have been developed in the literature for the solution of boundary value problems that includes Finite difference method, Finite element method, Finite volume method, Boundary element method, and Spline methods etc. This mini-symposium aims, to present the new development of computational methods for solving boundary value problems.

 

23) Title: Recent Theories and Applications in Computational Mathematics

Organizers: Asst. Professor Dr. Fazlollah SOLEYMANI and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali AKGUL, Department of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences (IASBS), Zanjan 45137-66731, Iran, Department of Mathematics, Art and Science Faculty, Siirt University, Siirt, Turkey

E-mail: soleymani@iasbs.ac.ir, aliakgul00727@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

Computational Mathematics is a hybrid topic that sits at the intersection of applied mathematics and computer science. It puts on show the power of computers for solving industrial-size mathematical problems. An illustration under this topic is the Computational Finance field, which deals with problems of practical interest in finance, i.e., the study of data and algorithms currently used in finance and the mathematics of computer programs that realize financial models or systems. The fundamental aim of this symposium is to provide new trends in the field of Computational Mathematics and related applications. The authors are invited to submit original research articles to stimulate the continuing efforts in numerical approximation of mathematical problems and related theories. The symposium provides a forum for researchers and writers to communicate their state-of-the-art improvements and to propose their new findings on this topic.

Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

  • Advanced scientific computing
  • Mathematical and numerical algorithms
  • Computational finance
  • Stochastic optimization
  • Fractional differential and integral calculus
  • Random difference equations
  • Advanced applications and algorithms
  • Applications in economics, physics, and other disciplines
  • Risk analysis
  • Numerical analysis and discrete function theory
  • Stochastic control
  • ODEs, PDEs, SDEs
  • Mathematical biology
  •  Stochastic processes
  • Bifurcation theory
 

25) Title: Statistical Inference in Copula Models and Markov Processes IV

Organizer: Veronica Andrea Gonzalez-Lopez, University of Campinas, Department of Statistics. Rua Sergio Buarque de Holanda, 651. Campinas-S.P. Brazil. CEP 13083-859. http://www.ime.unicamp.br/~veronica/

E-mail: veronica@ime.unicamp.br

(link sends e-mail)

The symposium is devoted to two main lines of research (i) theory and models of copulas, (ii) stochastic processes. It is destined for new perspectives and advances in the development of statistical tools based on the notion of copula and new approaches in stochastic processes. Methods and perspectives combining both lines will be highlighted in this edition.
 
Main topics:
 
  • Copula Models and Properties;
  • Statistical Inference in Copula Models;
  • Markov Models and Properties;
  • Statistical Inference in Markov Processes; 
  • Dependence Coefficients;
  • Copula-Based Hypothesis Tests; 
  • Information Criteria for Markov Processes;
  • Copula-Based Procedures with Applications;
  • Markov Processes Procedures with Applications.

 

26) Title: The Fourth Symposium in Recent Developments in Differential and Integro-Differential Equations and Their Applications

Organizer: Prof. Muhammed I. Syam, Department of Mathematical Sciences, UAE University, Al-Ain, UAE

E-mail: m.syam@uaeu.ac.ae (link sends e-mail)(link sends e-mail)

In this symposium, we  invite papers that focus on recent and novel developments in the computational methods for solving differential and integrodifferential equations, especially on such areas as numerical methods for solving initial and boundary value problem with integer derivatives, fractional ordinary and partial differential equations, fractional integrodifferential equations, fractional integral transforms, fractional integral equations and inequalities, and on various applications thereof.
 
We are proud to announce that the Proceedings of ICNAAM 2019 will be published in the very famous AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings. More information can be found at: http://www.icnaam.org/proceeding.htm 
 
Selected papers will be published in high reputation journals. For more details, see the site of the conferencehttp://www.icnaam.org/
 

27) Title: The Sixth Symposium on Approximation of Curves and Surfaces (ACS 2019)

Organizer: Prof. Dr. Abedallah Rababah, Department of Mathematical Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE.

E-mail: rababah@uaeu.ac.ae(link sends e-mail)

The Sixth Symposium on Approximation of Curves and Surfaces will be held within ICNAAM 2019 that will take place at  Sheraton Hotel in Rhodes-Greece, September 23-28, 2019.
 
Presentations will be for 30 minutes including questions. Extended abstract (3-4 pages) of papers presented at ACS 2019 will be published in AIP Proceedings (American Institute of Physics).
 
The symposium will be devoted to curves and surfaces and their modeling, techniques, and applications in all fields of science. All topics in Approximation Theory, Computer Aided Design, Computer Graphics, Computational Geometry, Image and Signal Processing, Modelling, Expansions, Splines, Wavelets, and all related issues and their use in solving real-life problems will be covered.
 
Papers that address issues related to the following categories are welcomed:
 
  • Approximation theory and Orthogonal Polynomials
  • Computer Aided Geometric Design and the Bezier curves and surfaces
  • Computer Graphics, Visualization, and Image Processing
  • Approximation and Interpolation of Functions
  • Simulation and Modelling in Science, Engineering, and Life Science
  • Computational Geometry and CAD
  • Splines and Wavelets (univariate and multivariate) 

28) Title: The 8th Symposium on Generating Functions of Special Numbers and Polynomials and their Applications (GFSNP2019)

Organizer: Prof. Dr. Yilmaz SIMSEK, AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 07058, ANTALYA TURKEY, Tel: ++90 242 310 23 43, Fax:+ +90242227 89 11, http://aves.akdeniz.edu.tr/ysimsek/yayinlar, http://matematik.fen.akdeniz.edu.tr/_dinamik/21/436.pdf

E-mail: ysimsek63@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

The goal of the Symposium is to bring together all the researchers working in various fields of Mathematics, Mathematical Physics-Engineering and related areas such as Analysis, Non-linear Analysis, Integral transforms, Number Theory, p-adic Analysis and Applied Algebra, Special Functions, q-analysis and Discrete Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical modeling and their applications. Our main aim is also to bring together theoretical, numerical and apply analyst, number theorists, (quantum) physicist working in the areas of generating functions of the special numbers and polynomials and their applications.  All of the participants will likely lead to significant uncover new connections on these fields which are special numbers and polynomials, and also the family of zeta functions and L-functions.

 

30) Title: 4th Symposium on Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Physical and Chemical Phenomena in Porous Materials

Organizer: Professor Jaroslav Kruis, Department of Mechanics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Thakurova 7, 166 29 Prague, Czech Republic. Tel: +420 224 354 580

E-mail: jaroslav.kruis@fsv.cvut.cz(link sends e-mail)

Porous materials are a frequent subject of investigation in many areas of applied science and engineering, such as soil mechanics, rock mechanics, petroleum engineering, construction engineering, hydrogeology, geophysics or food science. The porous media analysis include, among others, natural (soils, rocks), artificial (concrete, ceramics) or biological materials (food products, wood). Physical and chemical phenomena occurring in porous materials can be described conveniently by mathematical modeling and subsequent numerical simulation of heat, mass and momentum transport and storage processes. This symposium brings together mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, chemists, biologists and engineers working in the field of modeling, simulation, characterization and assessment of physical and chemical phenomena in porous materials. The main topics involve but are not limited to:
 
  • Theoretical modeling of physical and chemical phenomena
  • Numerical simulations of transport and storage processes
  • Characterization of porous materials
  • Assessment of model parameters
  • Applications in applied science and engineering

31) Title: Mathematical Problems in Aerospace Science MPAS-2019

Organizers: Prof. Calogero Orlando, Dr. Antonio Esposito, Dr. Stefano Valvano, Kore University of Enna, Via delle Olimpiadi, 94100 Enna, Italy

E-mail: calogero.orlando@unikore.it, antonio.esposito@unikore.it, stefano.valvano@unikore.it

MPAS Symposium focuses on new results of aerospace science researches carried out by using mathematical techniques. The aim of the Session is to collect relevant papers dealing with important approaches of applied mathematics, which have relevance to the engineering in the field of Aerodynamics and Fluid dynamics, Propulsion, Materials and Structures, Aerospace Systems, Flight Mechanics and Control, Space Systems and Missions in order to create new collaborations between mathematicians and aerospace engineers.

Papers must be characterized by innovative models, methods and approaches that can found practical application to the engineering field or by new useful application of existing models to solve engineering problems.

The Symposium will be characterized by a multidisciplinary nature that, by means of a common need for mathematical and numerical models, can invite authors involved in the implementation of mathematical and numerical approaches with applications in different engineering areas including but not limited to: Flight Mechanics; Aircraft Design; Flight Tests; Aircraft flight control systems; Structures and Materials; Damage and Fracture Mechanics; Smart Structures and Materials; Computational Mechanics; Fluid dynamics; Computational Fluid Dynamics; Aircraft Transportation; Air Traffic Management; Aircraft Guidance Navigation and Control; Aircraft Systems and Equipments; Sensors and Actuators; All-Electric Aircraft advancements; Aircraft Maintenance and Failure Analysis; Propulsion Systems; Flight Simulation; Aviation Human Factor; Space Exploration and Missions; Space Engineering and Technology; Green Aviation; Noise control; Aeroelasticity; Avionics; Optimization, Control and Identification
 

 
34) Title: Mathematical Modeling in Applied Research

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Alexander P. Krishchenko and Prof. Dr. Georgy N. Kuvyrkin, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, ul. 2-aja Baumanskaja 5, 105005, Moscow, Russia

E-mail: apkri@bmstu.ru  (A.Krishchenko); fn2@bmstu.ru (G. Kuvyrkin)(link sends e-mail)

The aim of the symposium is to bring together researchers and engineers working in various fields of science and technology and using methods of mathematical modeling.  The symposium welcomes all researchers, academicians,  engineers, as well as students interested in mathematical modeling of engineering processes, biological and industrial systems, heat transfer and aerodynamics.  
 
The topics include, but are not limited to the following: 
 
  • Scientific Computing and Algorithms
  • Quality Theory of Differential Equations and PDEs
  • Control Theory and Automation
  • Heat and Mass Transfer
  • etc.

35) Title: Fractional Differential Operators and their Applications in Nonlinear Systems

Organizer: Qasem M. Al-Mdallal: Department of Mathematical Sciences, UAE University, Al Ain, P.O. Box, 15551, UAE, Thabet Abdeljawad: Department of Mathematics and General Sciences, Prince Sultan University, P. O. Box 66833, 11586 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and Fahd Jarad: Department of Mathematics, Cankaya University, 06790 Ankara, Turkey, Professor Guo-Cheng Wu: Dean of Data Recovery Key Laboratory of Sichuan Province, Neijiang Normal University, Neijiang 641100, China

E-mail: q.almdallal@uaeu.ac.ae; tabdeljawad@psu.edu.sa; fahd@cankaya.edu.tr (link sends e-mail)

In recent years, the area of Fractional Calculus has been a subject of numerous investigations by numerous scientists from Mathematics, Physics and Engineering communities. The widespread interest in this area of research arises mainly from its applications to many real-life models. In this symposium, we invite talks that focus on recent and significant theoretical and computational developments in the subject of Fractional Calculus. 
 
In this special issue, we will focus on the recent theoretical and numerical studies on fractional differential equations. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
 
Fractional differential equations.
Fractional difference and q-difference equations.
Fractional difference and q-fractional difference variational calculus.
Oscillation criteria for fractional and fractional difference dynamical systems.
Fractional integro-differential equations.
System of integro-differential equations.
System of fractional integro-differential equations.
 
This symposium will take a part in the International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied MathematicsICNAAM 2019, Rhodes, Greece, 23th-28th September 2019.
 
We are proud to announce that the Proceedings of ICNAAM 2019 will be published in the very famous AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings. More information can be found at: http://icnaam.org/proceeding.htm
Selected papers will be published in high reputation journals. For more details, see the site of the conference http://icnaam.org/

 

37) Title: VI Minisymposium on Symmetry Methods and their Applications  to Differential Equations

Organizers: Maria Santos Bruzón1, Igor Leite Freire2, Maria Luz Gandarias1, Chaudry Masood Khalique3, Mariano Torrisi4 and Rita Tracinà4

1 Department of Mathematics, University of Cadiz, Puerto Real, Spain
2 Centro de Matemática, Computação e Cognição, Universidade Federal do ABC, UFABC, Santo André, Brazil
3 International Institute for Symmetry Analysis and Mathematical Modelling, Department of Mathematical Sciences, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, Mmabatho, South Africa
4 Dipartimento di Matematica e Informatica, University of Catania, Italy 
 

E-mail: marialuz.gandarias@uca.es(link sends e-mail)

Many physical phenomena in science and engineering are modeled by nonlinear differential equations. There is no doubt that Lie symmetry methods are one of the most effective sets of techniques to find exact solutions of such nonlinear differential equations. They have been used by several scientists and applied to various nonlinear models in physics, biology, engineering, economics, etc.
 
The Lie symmetry methods identify and extend the concept of symmetry, produce an effective method of symmetry applications in difficult situations, give an accurate statement of problems and in many cases show a possible way for finding their solutions. 
 
The aim of this mini-symposium is to emphasize the applications of Lie symmetry methods to search for exact solutions of nonlinear models and to show recent progress of theoretic tools in Lie symmetry methods related to the study of nonlinear differential equations.
 

38) Title: Computational Mechanics

Organizers: Lead Research Scientist, PhD Jüri Majak, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia and Prof. M Di Sciuva, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy

E-mail: juri.majak@taltech.eemarco.disciuva@polito.it(link sends e-mail)

This session is focused on the application of numerical methods in mechanics. Special attention is paid to composite and nanostructures. All topics related to mechanics are considered. Design optimization methods and techniques are included in order to cover engineering design problems.
 
Research topics include, but are not limited to:
 
Structural Analysis and Design (bending, vibration, stability, fracture) 
 
  • Composite materials and structures
  • Smart materials
  • Functional materials
  • Biocomposites, nanocomposites
  • Nanomaterials and structures
  • Laminated glass
  • Graded materials and structures
  • Beams, plates, shells
  • Solid mechanics
Development, adaption or application of
  • Traditional numerical methods (FEM, DQM, FDM)
  • New numerical methods (wavelet methods, meshfree methods)
  • Traditional optimization techniques (gradient based methods)
  • Global optimization techniques (B&B, evolutionary methods: GA, ACO, PSO)

 

40) Title: New Trends in Numerical Computation for Solid and Structural Mechanics

Organizers: Dr. Francesca Nerilli, PhD, Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano, Via Don Carlo Gnocchi 3, 00166 Roma, Italy; Dr. Stefania Imperatore, PhD, Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano, Via Don Carlo Gnocchi 3, 00166 Roma, Italy; Dr. Maria Zucconi, PhD, Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano, Via Don Carlo Gnocchi 3, 00166 Roma, Italy

E-mail: francesca.nerilli@unicusano.it; stefania.imperatore@unicusano.it; maria.zucconi@unicusano.it (link sends e-mail)

In the field of the mechanic of structures and its applications, the knowledge and the implementation of advanced numerical and mathematical techniques are required. The aim of the mini-symposium is to allow the interaction between researchers, engineers, and mathematicians.
 
Topics of interest will include:
 
  • Applied mathematics on static and dynamics of structures.
  • Mathematical modeling and optimization.
  • Non-linear finite element methods for structural modeling.
  • Material science and engineering.
  • Fracture mechanic.
  • Aging of materials and structures.
  • Risk assessment techniques and management.
  • Earthquake engineering.
  • Numerical simulation methods for dynamic problems.
  • Statistical methods and probabilistic approaches.

41) Title: Fifth Symposium on Mathematical Modelling of Hydrological Sciences

Organizers: Prof. Fabio Russo and Prof. Francesco Napolitano and Dr. Andrea Neri, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Facoltà di Ingegneria Civile e Industriale, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile e Ambientale, Via Eudossiana 18, 00184, Roma (RM), Italy

E-mail: fabio.russo@uniroma1.it; francesco.napolitano@uniroma1.it; andrea.neri@uniroma1.it (link sends e-mail)

Since the origin of Hydrological Sciences, the connection between natural phenomena and the mathematical formulation of solutions has been clearly identified as the main topic. Reliability and simplicity are thus two of the most important words for people who are involved in such researches, and the main objectives for operators in this field.
 
The most significant research efforts in hydrological science aim to face various relevant issues. Improvements regard typical hydraulic and hydrological topics: extreme events forecasting (floods and droughts), management of water systems, meteorological events and climate changes. However, a very important role in this research field remains the measurement of hydrological variables and data analysis, their spatial distribution, regionalization techniques and the extension of the results obtained for ungauged basins.
 
Topics of interest of the symposium include:
 
  • Catchment hydrology
  • Hydrological forecasting
  • Water management
  • Operations and control
  • Remote sensing and data assimilation
  • Precipitation and climate.

42) Title: 5th Symposium on Modelling and Simulation in Computer Sciences and Engineering (MSCSE 2019)

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Francisco Miranda, CIDMA, University of Aveiro, Portugal, & Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Prof. Dr. Carlos Abreu, Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Portugal; and Dr. Daniel Miranda, Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal.

E-mail: fmiranda@estg.ipvc.pt; cabreu@estg.ipvc.pt; damiranda@ipca.pt 

URL address of the Symposium: https://sites.google.com/site/mscse2019/ (See Important Dates here)

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Modelling and simulation, applied to computer sciences and engineering, is an exciting investigation field that brings together the power of computers and the physical sciences. Computer-based simulations and graphical visualization now play a key role in mathematical models, scientific investigations and engineering design.
 
This symposium is organized with the purpose to join several specialists in this field. The activities of the symposium will include the discussion of actual modelling and simulation problems in computer sciences and engineering, where will be presented theoretical studies and experimental results. The interest topics include, but are not limited to:
 
  • Modelling in engineering sciences and technology
  • Dynamical systems models and methods
  • Computational methods in engineering
  • Modelling applications using ODEs and PDEs
  • Computer science modelling and simulation
  • Computer networks modelling, optimization, and simulation 
  • Optimization and control theory
  • Stochastic optimization
  • Complex systems modelling
  • Numerical methods and simulation
  • Computational intelligence
  • Systems modelling
  • Simulation visualization
  • Information systems and management
  • Multiscale modelling and simulation
  • Computational mathematics
  • Analysis of mathematical models
  • Verification and validation
  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Software design
  • Control and systems engineering
 

44) Title: Modelling and Analysis of Problems in Mathematical Physics and Engineering

Organizer: Gabriella Bognar, Professor, University of Miskolc, 3515 Miskolc-Egyetemvaros, Hungary

E-mail: v.bognar.gabriella@uni-miskolc.hu(link sends e-mail)

The aim of this symposium is to provide a forum for discussing the mathematical modelling of nonlinear phenomena and the novel analytical and numerical methods for the solution of boundary value problems to nonlinear partial differential equations or ordinary differential equations arising in science and in engineering applications. 
 
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
 
  • modelling, solid mechanics,
  • fluid-structure interaction,
  • fluid dynamics,
  • heat and mass transfer,
  • boundary layer phenomena,
  • multiscale methods,
  • growth models,
  • etc.
This minisymposium seeks to bring together students, academicians, and professionals working on computational solid and structural mechanics.
 

45) Title: Nonperturbative Quantum Field Theory and Cosmology

Organizer: Dr. Peter Tsang, Post-doc/Visiting Scientist, Brown University Department of Physics, USA

E-mail: peter_tsang@brown.edu; higgsboson@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

This symposium aims to bring together experts on non-perturbative techniques in addressing classical and quantum aspects of the vacuum structure, the particle spectrum, radiative corrections, the nature of phase transitions, and non-thermal behavior in quantum field theory with a special emphasis on gauge theory. We also envisage presentations and discussions of (gravitating) solitonic field configurations including the geometry of their moduli spaces. 
 
Considerations towards applications in particle physics and cosmology are strongly encouraged, and we welcome talks providing linkage to algebraic geometry (radiative corrections) and number theory (integral representations of certain meromorphic functions and their properties). 

 

 

48) Title: Statistics and Modelling

Organizer: Professor Milan Stehlik, University of Valparaiso Chile and Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria

E-mail: mlnstehlik@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

Various emerging topics in Statistics and Statistical Modelling will be addressed.  

 

50) Title: Geomatics Approaches for Environmental Surveying and Modelling

Organizers: Mangiameli Michele, Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (DICAR), University of Catania, Viale Andrea Doria, 6, 95125 Catania (Italy), Melita Donato, Department of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (DIEEI), University of Catania, Viale Andrea Doria, 6, 95125 Catania (Italy), Muscato Giovanni, Department of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (DIEEI), University of Catania, Viale Andrea Doria, 6, 95125 Catania (Italy) and Mussumeci Giuseppe, Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (DICAR), University of Catania, Viale Andrea Doria, 6, 95125 Catania (Italy)

E-mail: michele.mangiameli@dica.unict.it; donato.melita@dieei.unict.it; gmuscato@dieei.unict.it; gmussume@dica.unict.it(link sends e-mail)

This Symposium is dedicated to the geomatics approaches used for surveying, monitoring and modeling the territory, both with classical techniques and innovative technologies. Geomatics approaches involve the use of the latest generation of laser scanners, UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) or UGV(Unmanned Ground Vehicle)and satellite technologies. Particular attention will be given to the use of free and open source information technologies (GIS software, DBMS, photogrammetry, etc.) for the management of data acquired in the field. This session will allow attendees to review and share knowledge and experience about environmental monitoring and modelling, reinforcing the cooperation between applied mathematics, engineering, environmental science, and remote sensing.

51) Title: Nonlinear Control in Continuous-Time Production Systems and in Economics

Organizers: Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, Unit of Industrial Automation, Industrial Systems Institute, 26504, Rion, Dr. Pierluigi Siano, Department of Management and Innovation Systems, University of Salerno, 84084, Fisciano, Italy, Dr. Taniya Ghosh, IGIDR, Institute of Development Research, 400065, Mumbai, India

E-mail: grigat@ieee.org; psiano@iunisa.it; taniya.ghosh@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

Call for papers: Continuous-time state-space models are used to describe the dynamics of several industrial production systems, as well as the dynamics of financial systems. A typical example of continuous-time production systems is electric power generation. Other examples can be found in the metal industry, in mining, in the fuels industry, in the food industry, the cement industry etc. In such systems, there exists a continuous inflow of raw material out of which a continuous outflow of a product is generated.
 
The related state-space descriptions are often complicated and consist of coupled nonlinear differential equations, while input-output time-delays can be also included in them. The solution to the related control problem has a two-fold objective:
 
(i) assure that the production will stay at the desirable levels (ii) minimize the consumption of energy or the cost of the raw materials needed to sustain such production. One often arrives at continuous-time nonlinear optimal control problems, which are either computationally complex to solve or which are of questionable stability and convergence properties. The proposed special session will attempt to present recent advances in this area and to elaborate on nonlinear control approaches which can ascertain that industrial production will be uninterrupted, the operational capacity of industrial units will be raised while the production cost will be minimized.
 
Continuous-time state-space models are also met in economics and finance. These models can be used to describe business-cycles and the interaction of macroeconomic indexes between distributed financial entities such as companies, banks or interconnected economies. These models can demonstrate the variation of the gross domestic product, the accumulation of capital stocks or changes of interest rates in linked economies.
 
By applying nonlinear control to such systems growth and financial stability can be achieved. Again the nonlinear control of the related continuous-time spate-space models can have multiple objectives: (i) the implementation of a specific macroeconomic policy, (ii) the implementation of a monetary or taxation policy, (iii) the abatement of recession and the sustaining of growth, (iv) the prevention of crises and the mitigation of the spreading of financial distress. Nonlinear control allows accomplishing the aforementioned aims under limitations in resources. The proposed special session will attempt to present recent advances in this area and to elaborate on nonlinear control approaches which can ascertain that assets and capitals will be optimally managed so as targeted financial indexes to be reached.
 
Indicative topics of interest for this special session are: (i) Control for continuous-time industrial production and business models, (ii) minimization of energy consumption in industrial processes, (iii) optimization of raw material processing and raise of production levels (iv) control for implementing macroeconomic policies, (v) Control for implementing monetary or taxation policies (vi) control for the management of investments and capital flows.
 
Prospective authors can submit their articles to the special session’s organizers

 

53) Title: Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Algorithms, Optimization Methods and Flow Control for Aerospace Techniques

Organizers: Dr. Alexandru  DUMITRACHE, “Gheorghe Mihoc-Caius Iacob" Institute of Mathematical Statistics and Applied Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, Dr. Florin FRUNZULICA,POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Romania &“Gheorghe Mihoc-Caius Iacob" Institute of Mathematical Statistics and Applied Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, Dr. Daniel CRUNTEANU, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Romania, Mailing Address of the Organizers: Institute of Mathematical Statistics and Applied Mathematics, Romanian Academy of Science, 050711 Calea 13 Septembrie Nr. 13, Sector 5, Bucharest, Romania

E-mail: alex_dumitrache@yahoo.com,ffrunzi@yahoo.com, crunti_dani2005@yahoo.com(link sends e-mail)

The session is dedicated to works on the topic in fluid mechanics, optimization and flow control for aerospace and other related fields. Extended abstracts will be published in a Special Volume of the world-renowned AIP Conference Proceedings, which is included in the leading databases of scientific & engineering literature including, ISI Web of Knowledge, MathSciNet, Scopus, Scirus, Google Scholar.
 
Our session includes but is not limited to:
 
  • Numerical algorithms and computing methods in aerodynamics
  • UAV – design, performance prediction, control, launcher, recovery systems
  • Aerodynamic design optimization 
  • Active and passive flow control methods 
  • Applications of the Coanda effect
  • Fluid-structure interaction analysis
  • Aerodynamic and aerothermodynamic analysis of space mission vehicles
  • CFD analysis on rotors (propeller, wind turbine, helicopter)
  • Rotational and 3-D effects on rotor blades
  • Structural-response / Aeroservoelastic analysis
  • Computation of classes of models based on the experimental data.

55) Title: Numerical Mathematics and High-Performance Computing in Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Organizer: Martin Cermak, Department of Mathematics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, 17. listopadu 2172/15, 708 00 Ostrava – Poruba, Czech Republic and Bulk Solids Centre, ENET Centre, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, 17. listopadu 2172/15, 708 00 Ostrava – Poruba, Czech Republic

E-mail: martin.cermak@vsb.cz(link sends e-mail)

The symposium, organized by Assoc. Prof. Martin Cermak(Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Civil Engineering andENET Centre in Ostrava, Czech Republic)is focused on numerical methods in connection with high-performance computing in all areas of engineering and environmental sciences, further on sharing experiences, and initiating new research cooperations. Among others, this symposium will cover the following scientific fields: computational structural mechanics (elasticity, plasticity, damage, contact problems, etc.), computational fluid dynamics (Stokes, Navier-Stokes, Darcy, Brinkman, etc.), numerical simulation of DEM (transport processes,processing technologies, particle size distributions, etc.), modelling and simulation in the emergency and crisis management (floods, air pollutions, traffic load) as well as crash tests. It will be also focused on scalable algorithms and advanced computational techniques such as domain decomposition and multigrid methods, parallel and hybrid programming, reliable and robust solution methods, etc.
 
Our aim is to organize the symposium which offers interesting talks, presents new ideas, as well as reveals the beauty of numerical mathematics in connection with high performance computing.Also human aspects are important.
 
56) Title: Dynamical Systems and their Applications to Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies

Organizer: Prof. Jiří Vala, Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Veveří 95, CZ‐602 00 Brno, Czech Republic

E-mail: vala.j@fce.vutbr.cz(link sends e-mail)

The theoretical, numerical and computational analysis of dynamical systems and their  applications to the analysis of problems coming from civil, mechanical, electrical, etc. engineering and related subject fields, their formal verification and practical validation of relevant approaches constitute the unifying idea of this symposium, whose significance should be seen just in the confrontation of different approaches and intensification of multidisciplinary cooperation of experts (mathematicians, physicists, engineers, ...).
 
Leaving nice model cases and seeing the real-world problems, we come to serious difficulties a) in the formal analysis of existence, uniqueness, stability, etc. of solutions, b) in the convergence of sequences of approximate solutions, as well as c) in the design of sufficiently robust and inexpensive algorithms for direct, sensitivity and inverse problems.
 
The unification approaches addressed to the continuous and discrete analysis, namely to the study of integral, differential, difference, etc. equations from engineering practice, both deterministic and stochastic ones, including their formulation on time scales, is needed: the theoretical problems include e.g. i) stability and observability of dynamical systems on time scales, their qualitative and quantitative analysis, ii) filtration of inner states of such systems and iii) identification of systems of orthogonal functions. The scope of applications is not limited, but both theoretical and computational predictions of mechanical, thermal, etc. behavior of advanced materials and structures and control of related technologies, up to the development of modeling and simulation software tools, are welcome. 
 

58) Title: Mathematical Optimization in Modern Medicine and Engineering

Organizers: Dr. Flavius Pater, Department of Mathematics, Politehnica University of Timisoara, P-ta Regina Maria no 1, 300004 (Romania), Dr. med. Dr. Serban Rosu, Department of Oral and Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery, University of Medicine and Pharmacy “V. Babes” Timisoara, Bd. Take Ionescu, 300062 (Romania) and Dr. Sorin Herban, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Faculty of Civil Engineering, P-ta Regina Maria no 1, 300004 (Romania)

E-mail: flaviuspater@gmail.com; serbanrosu@gmail.com; sorin.herban@ct.upt.ro(link sends e-mail)

Interdisciplinarity aims at obtaining the new by crossing boundaries between academic disciplines, and thinking across them.
 
Computer aided medical planning and simulation is a rapidly evolving research field that is going to alter dramatically the way practitioners perform their job. Mathematical models and computer simulations have a huge impact on modern medicine and engineering, in the treatment of diseases, in modeling engineering processes and prototypes and financial planning processes. For instance, a challenge lies in the modeling of the behavior of hard and soft tissue bringing together researchers from mathematics, medicine, economics, computer science and engineering. Another type of challenge could consist in data processing as subject to very general topics, including signal processing, field image or volume, with many applications in industry and medicine. Last but not least, modern medicine and state of the art engineering implies best "treatment" with cost effective optimization.
 
It should be emphasized that it is not expected the mathematician to become a physician or an engineer but to acquire interdisciplinary concepts and gain the ability to use and value modern methods across domains.
Besides talks of mathematicians, doctors and engineers, the master students, PhD students, post-doc students or junior researchers will have the opportunity to present their works.
 
Our minisymposium addresses issues related but not limited to:
 
  • Pure and applied mathematics methods in medicine and engineering 
  • Medical and engineering planning optimization
  • Simulation and modeling in medicine and engineering
  • Image processing and analysis
  • 3D reconstruction
  • Biomechanics, biocinematics, biostatics
  • Modeling of hard and soft tissues and pathogens behavior
  • Medical and engineering applications and software
  • Education in medicine and engineering 
  • Medical and engineering economics

59) Title: 2nd Workshop “Mathematical Methods and Models for Nano-Science”

Organizer: Igor Y.Popov, St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Kronverkskiy, 49, St. Petersburg, 197101, Russia. Telephone: 7/812/3126131, Fax: 7/812/2322307

E-mail: popov1955@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

Development of nano-science resulted in creation and using of many new objects and structures: grapheme, nanotubes, fullerene, quantum dots, quantum wires, etc. To study the properties of such structures, processes of its constructions, one should develop new mathematical methods or modify the existing approaches. New effective mathematical models are of special interest.

The goal of the mini-symposium is to bring together mathematicians and theoretical physicists working in the field. Papers related to mathematical methods and models for description of mechanical, electronic, magnetic or optical properties (quantum or classical) of nanosystems are welcome.  

 

61) Title: Finite Difference Schemes of New Generation

Organizer: Ostapenko Vladimir – Chief Researcher of the Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Professor of the Novosibirsk State University

E-mail: ostapenko_vv@ngs.ru(link sends e-mail)

In his classical work [1] associated with a solution technique for Riemann problems, Godunov introduced the concept of a monotone finite-difference scheme and proved that, among linear difference schemes, there are no monotone ones with an order of accuracy higher than the first. The subsequent development of the theory of shock-capturing difference schemes for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws was aimed to a large degree at the overcoming of the Godunov order barrier. As a result, various classes of difference schemes were developed in which a high order of accuracy for smooth solutions and monotonicity were achieved by applying nonlinear flux correction (NFC), which leads to the nonlinearity of these schemes even in the approximation of the linear transport equation. The basic classes of NFC schemes include MUSCL, TVD, NED, WENO, and CABARET schemes. The basic advantage of these schemes is that they localize shock waves with high accuracy in the absence of considerable spurious oscillations on their fronts.
 
It has been shown that NFC schemes have at most the first order of both local convergence in shock influence regions [2, 3] and integral convergence on intervals with one of the boundaries lying in a shock influence region [4, 5]. The cause of this is that the flux correction procedure characteristic of NFC schemes leads to less smooth numerical fluxes, which in turn lead to a lower order of approximation of the Hugoniot conditions on shock fronts [6]. At the same time, some classical high-order accurate non-monotone schemes that have analytical functions of numerical fluxes and, hence, approximate the Hugoniot conditions with high accuracy preserve the high order of convergence in the negative norm in integration over domains containing strong discontinuities [4]. As a result, these nonmonotone schemes, in contrast to NFC ones, preserve the high order of convergence in regions of shock influence despite the noticeable spurious oscillations on their fronts.
 
In [7, 8], a method was proposed for constructing shock-capturing difference schemes that combine the advantages of both NFC and classical nonmonotone schemes, namely, they localize shock fronts with high accuracy and simultaneously preserve the high order of convergence in all domains where the considered weak solutions are smooth. A combined difference scheme involves a nonmonotone basis scheme of a high order of convergence applied in regions of shock influence. The basic scheme is used to construct a different solution in the entire computational domain.
 
In high-gradient regions, where this solution has spurious oscillations, it is corrected by solving internal initial–boundary value problems using one of the NFC-scheme. Test calculations have shown the substantial advantages of combined schemes compared to various NFC-schemes (in particular, with WENO-schemes) when calculating discontinuous solutions with shock.
 
Within the framework of this symposium, it is planned to discuss problems of further development of the theory of combined difference schemes and the possibility of using these schemes for the numerical simulation of various gas and hydrodynamic problems.
 
1. S. K. Godunov, Mat. Sb. 47 (3), 271–306 (1959).
2. V. V. Ostapenko, Comput. Math. Math. Phys. 37 (10), 1161–1172 (1997).
3. J. Casper and M. H. Carpenter, SIAM J. Sci. Comput. 19 (1), 813–828 (1998).
4. O. A. Kovyrkina and V. V. Ostapenko, Dokl. Math. 82 (1), 599–603 (2010).
5. N. A. Mikhailov, Math. Models Comput. Simul. 7 (5), 467–474 (2015).
6. V. V. Ostapenko, Comput. Math. Math. Phys. 38 (8), 1299–1311 (1998).
7. O. A. Kovyrkina and V. V. Ostapenko, Dokl. Math. 97 (1), 77–81 (2018).
8. N. A. Zyuzina, O. A. Kovyrkina, and V. V. Ostapenko, Dokl. Math. 98 (2), 506-510 (2018).
 

62) Title: Seismic Analysis and Retrofitting of Civil Engineering Structures

Organizers: Francesco Clementi (a), Antonio Formisano (c), Gabriele Milani (c*) and Marius Mosoarca (d)

a) Polytechnic University of Marche, Via Brecce Bianche 10, Monte Dago, Ancona, Italy 
b) University of Naples Federico II, Piazzale Tecchio 80, Naples, Italy
c) Technical University of Milan, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32, Milan, Italy 
d) Polytechnic University of Timisora, Strada Ciocarliei, numărul 86, Timisoara, Romania
*) Corresponding organizer, Phone: +39 02 2399 4290.

E-mail: gabriele.milani@polimi.it; antonio.formisano@unina.it; francesco.clementi@staff.univpm.it; marius.mosoarca@upt.ro(link sends e-mail)

The seismic analysis deals with the response of building structures to earthquakes. For new constructions, the efforts of scientific researchers are aimed at improving the seismic design principles to ensure satisfactory behavior under earthquakes with global collapse mechanisms. On the other hand, most losses of lives in case of earthquakes occurred due to the collapse of non-engineered existing buildings, only designed for gravity loads without meeting seismic requirements. In these cases, after seismic evaluation of the performance of buildings, seismic upgrading and retrofitting interventions are required to prevent non-structural damages during minor earthquakes, which may occur frequently in their lifetime, and to prevent sudden collapses or serious damages during major earthquakes, which may occur rarely.
 
According to these premises, in the proposed special session the most advanced analysis techniques to investigate the seismic performance of new and existing ordinary and historical constructions made of reinforced concrete, masonry, steel, and timber are presented and discussed. Moreover, the advancements of the state-of-the research on the use of anti-seismic devices and techniques (base isolation systems, composite materials, passive and active control systems, etc.) for local, upgrading and retrofitting interventions on existing structures are examined in detail. As a conclusion, the session will provide to researchers and designers new perspectives in the field of Seismic Engineering.

 

63) Title: Recent Advances in Nonlinear Dynamics and Applications

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Jing Li, College of Applied Sciences, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100124, P. R. China, Prof. Dr. Ruilan Tian, Department of Engineering Mechanics, Shijiazhuang Tiedao University, Shijiazhuang 050043, P. R. China,  Prof. Dr. Shuangbao Li, College of Science, Civil Aviation University of China, Tianjin 300300, P. R. China, Prof. Dr. Yong Xu, School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Shaanxi 710129, P. R. China, Dr. Tingting Quan, School of Science, Tianjin Chengjian University, Tianjin 300384, P. R. China, Dr. Shaotao Zhu, College of Applied Sciences, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100124, P. R. China 

E-mail: dyn2018@126.com; leejing@bjut.edu.cn(link sends e-mail)

The objective of this session is to bring together specialists in the field of nonlinear dynamics to exchange their recent research results and to discuss advances in the theory, experiment and computational methods. Contributions on all aspects of nonlinear dynamics and control are welcome. Manuscripts will be accepted based on the quality and originality of the work.
 
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
 
  • Periodic Solutions, Bifurcation, Chaos and Fractals
  • Normal Form and Hypernormal Form
  • Nonlinear Vibrations and Control
  • Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete, Piecewise and Delay Systems
  • Design and Analysis of Various Structures and (Meta-) Materials
  • Mathematical and Numerical Algorithms
  • Statistical and Stochastic Methods
  • Data Visualization and Artificial Intelligence

64) Title: Interactive Computational Modelling in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education

Organizer: Prof. Dr. Rui Gomes Neves, (1) Departamento de Ciências e Tecnologias (DCT) e Autónoma TechLab – Centro de Investigação em Tecnologias, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, Rua de Santa Marta 47, 6º Andar, 1150-293 Lisboa, Portugal. (2) Unidade de Investigação Educação e Desenvolvimento (UIED), CICS.NOVA – Centro Interdisciplinar de Ciências Sociais, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia (FCT), Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL), Monte da Caparica, 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal. 

E-mail: rneves@autonoma.pt; rgn@fct.unl.pt(link sends e-mail)

The development of knowledge in contemporary science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) involves epistemologies and cognition frames associated with modelling processes that balance different elements from theory, experimentation and scientific computation. Increasingly, many of those processes are based on advanced mathematical physics models and methods of scientific computation. As a consequence, the strategy for STEM education should envision the development of educational curricula, methodologies and teaching-learning environments that foster meaningful learning paths going through balanced interactive explorations of all the different phases of the modelling cycle, namely, qualitative contextual description, definition, exploration, interpretation and validation of mathematical models, communication of results and generalizations. Furthermore, it is fundamental to achieve an early balanced integration of computational modelling, and to bring up a strong integrated background in physics, mathematics and scientific computation, always considering specific area dependent contexts. However, despite the increasing amount of scientific evidence gathered over the years, most current practices in STEM education courses are still not able to reflect such balanced STEM epistemological and cognitive characteristics. Moreover, these are courses that often have many students with fragmented knowledge states, deteriorating expectations and low exam success rates.
 
This Symposium is open to all interested in discussing contributions to improve on this situation. Focusing on secondary and introductory university levels we welcome theoretical, empirical or innovation development contributions distributed by all STEM areas and applications.
 
Topics include but are not limited to:
 
  • STEM knowledge development and modelling paths.
  • Conceptual understanding, mathematical reasoning and problem-solving capabilities.
  • New approaches, curricula or learning-teaching sequences.
  • Interactive learning-teaching environments.
  • ICT, multimedia and scientific computation.
  • Teacher training and professional development. 
 
This Symposium is part of the 17th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2019 (ICNAAM 2019), which will be held in Rhodes, Greece, at the Sheraton Hotel, on September 23-28, 2019. See the Conference webpage at http://www.icnaam.org/. Paper manuscripts should be submitted only to the Symposium Organizer at rneves@autonoma.pt or rgn@fct.unl.pt. Submitted manuscripts should be in AIP (American Institute of Physics) format and should not exceed 4 pages. Please read carefully the paper preparation guidelines at http://www.icnaam.org/abstract.htm and submit your contribution with scanned copies of the Submission Form and of the Transfer of Copyright Form no later than July 15, 2019. All accepted papers will be published in the ICNAAM 2019 Proceedings in the AIP Conference Proceedings Series which have been indexed, for example, in ISI Proceedings, Zentrablatt fur Mathematik, MathSciNet, Scopus, Inspec, Scirus and Google Scholar. Acceptance notices will be scheduled for July 22, 2019. After the Conference, selected papers may be extended for submission to the following journals: Journal of Numerical Analysis, Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JNAIAM); Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences (Wiley); Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences (AMIS); and Journal of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (JCMSE).

 

65) Title: On the Coulomb Integrals in the Non-Relativistic Electronic Schrödinger Equation: Its Gaussian Expansion Evaluation and the “Switching it off and on” Solution Algorithm

Organizer: Sandor Kristyan, scientific advisor, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, Budapest H-1117, Hungary, http://www.ttk.mta.hu/telefonkonyv/kristyan-sandor/

E-mail: kristyan.sandor@ttk.mta.hu(link sends e-mail)

Semi-analytic evaluation of many-electron Coulomb integrals with Gaussian expansion (linear combination of p(x)exp(-c.x^2)) of distance operators (x^(-u)) is given to make the evaluation simpler. The quasi-linear buildup of Coulomb integrals in the eigenvalue (energy) with the coupling strength parameter (a) is analyzed via the Hamiltonian operator, HkinHne+a.Hee, along with extending the Hohenberg-Kohn theorems with “a”. The latter allows an algebraic transfer from the simpler solution of case a=0, where the single Slater determinant is the accurate form, to the physical case a=1, where the solution is more complex than a single Slater determinant. A detailed solution algorithm is given for this way with utilizing the generalized Moller-Plesset-, square of Hamiltonian- (H^2) and configuration interactions devices. Applying standard eigensolver for Hamiltonian matrices (one or two times) buys off the needs of “self-consistent field” convergence present in today practice. Moreover, Hund’s rule, virial- and Koopmans theorems are also considered in relation to “a”. 
 
66) Title: Advances in Statistical Analysis of Discrete Data

Organizer: Alessandro Barbiero, Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods, Università degli Studi di Milano, via Conservatorio 7, 20122 Milan (Italy), phone: +390250321533

E-mail: alessandro.barbiero@unimi.it(link sends e-mail)

In recent years, statistical models and techniques for discrete data analysis have advanced significantly in a wide range of research areas.
 
Even when the phenomenon of interest is theoretically continuous, but its observed values are registered as discrete (just think of the lifetime of many devices in industry, when one observes the number of cycles completed before failure), it is more appropriate to adopt a discrete model derived as an analog of the hypothesized continuous distribution, preserving one or more of its features.
 
This session is open to all contributions on statistical analysis of discrete data, with a particular focus on discrete counterparts of univariate and multivariate continuous distributions and their reliability and dependence properties.

67) Title: Theory and Application of Multi-Armed Bandit, Reinforcement Learning, Neural Networks, and Deep Learning

Organizer: Ali Yekkehkhany, PhD student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

E-mail: ayekkehkhany@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)

The focus of the symposium is on the theory of multi-armed bandits, neural networks, deep learning, and reinforcement learning in addition to their applications in engineering, including but not limited to representation models, computational biology, automatic speech recognition, image recognition, visual art processing, drug discovery and toxicology, customer relationship management, recommendation systems, medical Image Analysis, mobile advertising, image restoration, financial fraud detection, bioinformatics, molecular dynamics, coarse-graining, natural language processing, etc. Although the main focus of this special issue is on neural network, deep learning, and reinforcement learning, it also includes other machine learning topics including but not limited to decision trees, support vector machines, Bayesian models, Genetic algorithms and their applications in supervised and semi-supervised learning, unsupervised learning, feature learning, anomaly detection, sparse dictionary learning, association rules, fairness in learning, prediction models, regression, online algorithms, ranking algorithms, recommendation systems, Bayesian inference, Bayesian prediction, hypothesis learning, risk minimization, regularization and stability, multi-class clustering, Bayesian SVM, evolutionary algorithms, and stochastic optimization. All researchers in the fields of electrical and computer engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, civil engineering, biotechnology, mechanical engineering, chemistry, biology, medical, humanities, agriculture, horticulture, forestry, animation and multimedia are encouraged to submit their work at this symposium as long as they take advantage of multi-armed bandits, neural networks, deep learning, reinforcement learning, and any other machine learning tools in their work. 

 

68) Title: The Symposium on Intelligent, Health, and Education Application 

Organizers: Research Fellow Dr. Sonia Chen, Modern Applied Statistics and Big Data Research Centre, Huaqiao University, Xiamen, 361021, China, Associate Prof. Chialiang LIN, School of Art, Ningbo Polytechnic, Ningbo 315800, China, Associate Prof. Chenglian LIU, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Neusoft Institute of Guangdong, Foshan 528225, China, Associate Prof. Chiehwen HSU, Economics and Management College, Zhaoqing University, Zhaoqing 526000, China

E-mail: drsoniachen@mail.com; TRONIC1983@GMAIL.COM; 897599247@QQ.COM; 2857509314@QQ.COM(link sends e-mail)

The symposium on Intelligent, Health and Education Application (IHEA 2019) is a part of the 17th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM 2019, http://www.icnaam.org/). The IHEA 2019 supports an academic platform for researchers who contribute on intelligence, health and education application. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world on 23 – 28 September 2019, Rhodes, Greece.
The IHEA focuses on new methods, technologies and applications of smart health, intelligence, educational technology and mathematics. The aim is to amalgamate some recent theoretical and empirical contributions that reflect current changes in technology and develop associations and interactions between ranges of disciplines. The author could select his choice based on the conference criteria and rules. Also, the distinguished papers accepted and presented in the IHEA 2019, will be recommended for publication in a special issue of the following appropriate journal.
 
Topics
 
Papers that address in Symposium on IHEA 2019 related to the following categories are welcomed. Some of key areas of focus are (but not limited):
 
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Intelligence
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Computational Engineering
  • Computing Practices & Applications
  • Big Data Governance
  • Smart Healthcare Management
  • Fuzzy Engineering
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Information Management
  • Information Security
  • Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
  • Mathematical Models in Economy and Insurance
  • Mathematical Models in Financial Management
Submission
 
The manuscripts should be submitted to the Symposium Organisers only by Email at: drsoniachen@mail, TRONIC1983@GMAIL.COM, 897599247@QQ.COM and 2857509314@QQ.COM. The number of pages for symposium papers are no longer than 4 pages. 
 
Proceedings
 
Extended abstracts will be published in a special volume of the world-renowned AIP conference proceedings. The American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Series is a very well known series of conference proceedings, which is included in the leading databases of scientific & engineering literature including Inspec (an IEE product), Scitation, ISI Web of Knowledge, Scopus and so on.
More information can be found at: http://www.iccmse.org/proceeding.htm
 
The journals in which selected excellent papers of ICNAAM 2019 will be recommended to:
 
Journal of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (EI, ISSN: 1472-7978), https://www.iospress.nl/journal/journal-of-computational-methods-in-scie...
 
Important Dates
 
  1. Deadline for Extended Abstracts Submission: July 26, 2019.
  2. Notification of Acceptance: August 1, 2019.
  3. Submission of the source files of camera ready extended abstracts to American Institute of Physics (AIP Conference Proceedings): October 11, 2019 – Final Date.