International Seminar on the implementation of the project “Living Values” for universities of Russia and CIS countries
The seminar is devoted to the formation and development of life values of higher educational institutions, their role in the life of the university, consolidation of staff and students. RUDN as the first university of the project “Living Values” will share the experience of the project in the post-Soviet space. The seminar will also serve as a platform for communication of the first persons of universities in Russia and the CIS countries.
Scientific seminar on the differential and functional differential equation under the guidance of prof. Sternin B. Yu. and prof. Savin A.Yu.
We start with defining a C*-algebra obtained as a closure of the set of infinite matrices such that each row and each column has at most a fixed number of nonzero elements. Then we discuss its properties and consider how it embedds in the general picture of Roe algebras of discrete metric spaces. Based on this example, we show, how to understand correctly Roe algebras for spaces without bounded geometry assumption.
School for Master students "CHEMISTRY OF THE FUTURE - ТODAY"
The school is of great importance to all participants who does not only appreciate results from only their scientific research but desire the opportunity live and direct communication with teachers and scientists of RUDN and other organizations.
Seminar on mathematical modeling in biology and medicine under the guidance of prof. V. Volpert.
Various chemical and biological systems involve autocatalytic steps and positive feedbacks which in spatial conditions can give them properties of active media, in particular autowave properties. The main autowave characteristics are velocity and amplitude. This report considers the autowave velocity-amplitude relation in the general mathematical model of active reactant formation from precursor with cubic kinetics followed by a linear inhibition/death step – the Gray-Scott model – in isolated conditions. The way to derive the explicit velocity-amplitude relation is proposed. This approach may be useful for investigation of more complex active media systems in biochemistry, combustion, and disease control.
Seminar on nonlinear problems of PDE and mathematical physics (chief prof. A. E. Shishkov)
Title: Localized and non-localized regimes with singular peaking for quasi-linear parabolic PDE (continuation of the talk from March 19)