Mathematician Boris Mordukhovich visited RUDN University

Mathematician Boris Mordukhovich visited RUDN University

On the 10-16 of March, the well-known mathematician, one of the founders of the theory of variational analysis and generalized derivation, a specialist in the field of nonlinear analysis, optimization and control theory, Boris Mordukhovich, presented to RUDN University students several lectures.

On the 10-16 of March, the well-known mathematician, one of the founders of the theory of variational analysis and generalized derivation, a specialist in the field of nonlinear analysis, optimization and control theory, Boris Mordukhovich, presented to RUDN University students several lectures.

Boris Mordukhovich is a distinguished professor and tenured professor, academician of the Wayne University in Detroit, an honorary doctor of the Spanish University of Alicante, the University of Messina in Italy, The Babeș-Bolyai University in Romania and other prestigious world universities.

In RUDN University Boris Mordukhovich met with the representatives of the Nikol’skii Mathematical Institute (RUDN University NMI) to discuss modern problems of control theory and nonlinear analysis. His lectures were dedicated to “Variational methods in nonsmooth analysis”, “Modern optimal control problems”, “The theory of metric regularity and its applications to optimization” and “Derivatives and co-derivatives of Lipschitz mappings and their applications to non-linear analysis and optimization”.

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