Events and Invitations

Events

Seminar of interdisciplinary center for Mathematical modelling in Biomedicine on topic “Analysis of mathematical model of atherosclerosis”

Speaker: Nail Sadekov, PhD student of the Interdisciplinary Scientific Center "Mathematical Modeling in Biomedicine" of the Peoples Friendship University of Russia.

Scientific seminar “Geometric combinatorics, commutative algebra and algebraic topology-V”

In the framework of the seminar, we will consider the Cohen-Macaulay and shelling simplicial complexes, study the construction of the Stanley-Reisner ring, and also formulate the theorems of Hochster (without proof), Reisner and Mankrs (with outline of the proofs).

Seminar «Electromechanical model of cardiac muscle tissue with mechano-electrical feedback»

Many heart diseases are associated with arrhythmias of various nature. Often arrhythmias can be initiated not only by disorders of the conductive properties of cardiac muscle, myocardium, in the wall of the heart chambers but also by the local disorders of its mechanical characteristics.

Seminar «Algorithms for building networks of fibroblast reticular cells»

The network of fibroblastic reticular cells (FRC) is a rather complex structure from the point of view of formation. Therefore, in order to best reproduce its topology, experiments were conducted with various algorithms for its formation, in search of the best option.

Seminar «Nonexistence of solutions for some weakly anti-coercive inequalities»

We prove nonexistence of nontrivial nonnegative solutions to inequalities of the form div(A(x,u,Du)Du)≥f(u) in Rn under some growth bounds for functions A and f, which generalize conditions obtained by L. D’Ambrosio, E. Mitidieri (2012).

Scientific seminar on the differential and functional differential equation “Feynman-Kac formulae for time fractional evolution equations”

The present talk serves as an introduction and an overview. We discuss the notion of anomalous diffusion, models of anomalous diffusion based on the use of Continuous Time Random Walks (CTRWs), evolution equations arising in such models.