Open lecture by Professor of Tulane University Howard Walter Milke (USA) on "soil pollution and human health»
Dr. Howard Mielke is an expert at Department of Pharmacology, Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Mielke has been studying lead and its effects on health for over 40 years resulting in numerous publications. Dr. Howard Mielke is the creator of the Lead Lab project, a not for profit initiative dedicated to helping communities with lead contamination in children's play areas. He is currently a faculty member in Tulane School of Medicine's Pharmacology Department and part of the Environmental Signaling Laboratory research effort.
Professor at Cornell University will hold 2 open lectures and a master class
Harold van Es is a Professor of Soil and Water Management at School of Integrative Plant Science Soil and Crop Sciences Section College of Agriculture and Life Science Cornell University (USA). He works on approaches to precision soil management, with current emphases on a holistic soil health management framework, and a computational tool for precision nitrogen management (Adapt-N) that was recently commercialized. He has published over 110 peer reviewed papers and chapters, co-authored a widely-read book on sustainable soil management (Building Soils for Better Crops).
Open lecture «Assessing soil pollution by heavy metals»
Zhongqi (Joshua) Cheng is a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, director of the Environmental Sciences Analytical Center at Brooklyn College, and a faculty member for the Earth and Environmental Sciences Ph.D. He is an associate editor for the Journal of Environmental Quality. Dr. Cheng is co-founder of the NYC Urban Soils Institute, member of the Healthy Soils Heathy Communities Project.
Svetlana P. Moiseeva (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology – IAMCT, Tomsk)
Svetlana Petrovna Moiseeva is a doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, a professor at the department of probability theory and mathematical statistics of Tomsk State University. She is an expert in the field of queuing theory. Under the leadership of Prof. Moiseeva three PhD thesis were defended. She has published 2 monographs, 4 method books, more than a hundred scientific papers that are included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) and Scopus databases. Prof. Moiseeva is a permanent member of the organizing committees of the International Conference "Information technology and mathematical modeling" named after A.F. Terpugov and the All-Russian Conference "The Scientific Creativity of Youth."
A series of lectures on mathematical methods and theoretical physics
Andreas Wipf, Professor of Friedrich-Schiller-University, will visit the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute with a series of lectures on mathematical methods and theoretical physics.
Lectures of Prof. Enzo Mingozzi "Architectures and Protocols for IoT Systems"
The objective of these lectures is to provide a broad overview of state-of-art interoperable architecture and protocol solutions and standards for the Internet of Things, with the following syllabus:
A series of lectures on functional differential equations and applications to medicine
Dr. Hans-Otto Walther, Professor of Giessen University, will visit the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute with a series of lectures on functional differential equations and applications to medicine.
A series of lectures оn degenerate differential equations
Angelo Favini, Professor at University of Bologna, will visit the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute with a series of lectures оn degenerate differential equations.
A series of lectures оn partial differential equations
Hitoshi Ishii, Professor at Waseda University, will visit the S.M. Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute with a series of lectures on partial differential equations.