International Scientific Board on "Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Telecommunications"
November 21-22, 2018, RUDN hosts a meeting of the International Scientific Board in the field of “Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Telecommunications”, which includes leading experts from Europe and the USA. The Board will consider reports on research projects in 2018 and applications for 2019.
As part of the work of the council, public lectures will be held. Professor Viktor V. Vlasov (Lomonosov Moscow State University, QS-38), a well-known expert in the field of functional differential equations, will give a lecture “Spectral analysis of Volterra integral-differential equations”. Valentin Vlasov has a number of profound results on the asymptotic behavior of solutions of functional differential equations, which are of great practical importance in the theory of viscoelasticity, thermal physics, and the theory of averaging. Valentin Vlasov is the author of more than 100 scientific papers published in central Russian and foreign peer-reviewed scientific journals, repeated winner of grants from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, the International Science Foundation, INTAS, the programs "Integration" and "Universities of Russia”, winner of the competitions" Soros Associate Professor "and" Soros Professor " , as well as the competitions "Professor-2001", "Professor-2002", "Professor-2003", "Professor-2004", and "Professor-2005".
Professor Hans Georg Bock presents a lecture “Real (industrial) applications of modern optimization and optimal control methods”. G.G. Bock is a professor at the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Scientific Computing at the University of Heidelberg (QS 101-150) and chairman of the National Committee on Mathematical Modeling and Optimization at the Federal Ministry of Education and Science of Germany. His research interests relate to numerical methods for modeling processes, the theory of optimal control and its applications. His research can be applied in the aerospace industry, engineering and biomedicine. Professor Bock has developed an algorithm for optimal functioning of some New York metro stations. Hans Georg Bock has authored over 200 publications. In 2011, Professor Bock won a grant from the European Research Council - "Optimizing Control - from a Vision to Industrial Reality".