- Start Date
- End Date
- University of Bari, Polytechnic of Bari, University of Salento, I.A.C. - C.N.R. Bari
- Monopoli (BAri)
- Meeting Type
- Contact Name
- Nicoletta Del Buono
The main aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from different fields, mainly Mathematics and Engineering, and give them the opportunity to discuss, in a friendly atmosphere, recent developments in computational and theoretical methods for Dynamical Systems and PDEs, and their applications.
This edition of the meeting follows ten previous editions held from 2001 to 2018 and will focus on numerical and theoretical aspects of the following preliminary topics:
- Numerical methods for ODEs and PDEs
- Continuous and discrete dynamical systems: theory and numerical methods
- Fractional calculus: theory, applications and numerical methods
- Optimal control problems
- Dynamical systems on Networks
- Partial Differential Equations with applications to Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases
The list of invited speakers includes: Uri Ascher (University of British Columbia, Canada), Mario di Bernardo (University Federico II-Naples, Italy), Juan Pablo Borthagaray (Universidad de la República - Uruguay), Lourenco Beirao da Veiga (University Milano-Bicocca, Italy), Elena Celledoni (NTNU - Norway), Luca Dieci (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Maurizio Falcone (University La Sapienza, Roma, Italy), Jean-Philippe Lessard (McGill University, Canada), Anotida Madzvamuse (University of Sussex, UK), Alessandro Russo (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy), Erik Van Vleck (University of Kansas, USA), Alessandro Veneziani (Emory University, Atlanta, USA).
There will be plenary and accepted contributed talks. Plenary talks will be arranged in order to provide lectures on each workshop topic.
A poster session will be organized to present contributes of Senior researchers (who do not desire to provide oral presentation and/or in the case the number of contributed talks will exceed the available places for oral presentations) and for PhD students who would like to showcase their work. PhD Students who have already made some progress on their thesis, can present a synopsis of their work, whereas students who are just beginning their thesis, can present an overview of what they are proposing to study. Poster presentation will provide PhD students with feedback on their work, accomplished or planned, in a less formal setting than that of a plenary presentation.
A Poster Blitz will be also organized to briefly present the contributes of the Poster Session.
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