Singular Problems, Blow-up, and Regimes with Peaking in Nonlinear PDEs
Main topics of the conference: Blow-up and singularities for nonlinear PDEs; Peaking regimes in nonlinear evolution equations; Large solutions of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations and systems;
The 25th International Conference on Analytical & Stochastic Modelling Techniques&Applications
The 25th International Conference on Analytical & Stochastic Modelling Techniques & Applications ASMTA-2019 organized by Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University). ASMTA-2019 will be held in Moscow, Russia
IV International School on Applied Probability Theory and Communications Technology
The Training School features a program of lectures delivered by leading experts in the area of 5G networks. The objective of the School is to give attendees a global view, with an insight into some specific aspects, on research in key features of the emerging 5G technologies from the networking perspective, addressing models, architectures and applications. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in stimulating discussions with leading experts, obtain useful feedback, and initiate new collaborations. Lectures will provide the background on 5G wireless communications networks concepts. In the course of the lectures, connections will be made to network architectures and protocol design, including radio resource management issues, while also introducing the mathematics associated with analysis and optimisation of the emerging wireless communication systems.
Mathematical modelling in biomedicine
The conference will present the state of the art in mathematical modelling in biomedicine including cardiovascular diseases, cancer modelling, mathematical oncology. Methods of modelling and mathematical analysis of the corresponding models will also be discussed.
International Expert Board (RUDN IEB)
A meeting of the International Expert Board (RUDN IEB) will be held at RUDN. The International Expert Board was created in 2016, to provide expert support for key management decisions within the framework of the implementation of the program for improving competitiveness (Project 5-100), choosing strategic directions for development, international positioning of the university and promoting the interests of RUDN University in the international academic environment.
XXII International Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2019)
The Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), the V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of RAS (ICS RAS, Russia, Moscow), the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University, Russia, Moscow),the National Research Tomsk State University (NR TSU, Russia, Tomsk), and the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria, Sofia) jointly organize
Plenary talk at the 25th International Conference on Analytical & Stochastic Modelling Techniques & Applications ASMTA-2019
Helen Karatza, Professor Emeritus of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Informatics (Greece), the Editorial Board member of international journals, author over 220 technical papers and book chapters including five papers that earned best paper awards at international conferences, senior member of IEEE, ACM and SCS will come to visit the RUDN University and to give the plenary talk at the 25th International Conference on Analytical & Stochastic Modelling Techniques & Applications ASMTA-2019 on the subject «Scheduling Complex Applications in Cloud Environments – Research Trends and Challenges» on September 23.
Joulia Larionova (University of Montpellier, France) «Prussian blue type nano-objects: new opportunities for old materials»
Prussian Blue type nanoparticles are exciting nano-objects that combine the advantages of molecule-based materials and nanochemistry. They are made by transition metal ions or lanthanides assembled through cyano-bridged ligand into nano-sized architectures of the general formula AxMyII[M’III(CN)6]z (where A is a monovalent cation, MII and M’III are transition metal ions or lanthanides). These nano-objects attracted a great deal of interest during the last ten years due to their specific molecule-based nature that is different compared to other inorganic nanoparticles. This lecture will provide a brief critical look on the recent advancement in this field of research focalising on the design of PB type nano-objects and their nanocomposites promising as nanoprobes for imaging, as therapeutic agents for photothermal therapy, as well as agents for Cs+ decontamination.