Keynote Speakers

    Prof. Dr. Mostafa
    Prof. Dr. Mostafa Adimy - Senior Researcher at INRIA and Institut Camille Jordan, University Lyon
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    Mr. Mostafa Adimy is Senior Researcher (Directeur de Recherche) at INRIA (French National Institute for Computer Sciences and Applied Mathematics) and Institut Camille Jordan (ICJ) of Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. He is the head of the “DRACULA” Inria-team: “Multi-scale modeling of cell dynamics”. Mr. Professor has the following areas of interest: Mathematical modeling of cell population dynamics, leukemia, immune system; Modeling and Biological Control of Vector-Borne Diseases: the case of Malaria and Dengue; Applications of delay differential and reaction-diffusion equations in biology and medicine; Reduction of complexity in differential equations arising from population dynamics, etc.
    Title: Modeling the relationship between Antibody-Dependent Enhancement and disease severity in dengue infection
    Prof. Dr. Dumitru Băleanu
    Prof. Dr. Dumitru Băleanu - Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey
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    Dr. Dumitru Băleanu was born December 4, 1964 in Romania. He completed his undergraduate at Craiova University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department in 1988. Dr. Dumitru Baleanu got the PhD in Physics in 1996 from the Institute of Atomic Physics, Romania. Since 2000, he is been a visiting staff member at the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey since 2000. He is a professor at the Institute of Space Sciences from Magurele-Bucharest, Romania.His fields of interest include the fractional dynamics and its applications in science and engineering, fractional differential equations and their applications, discrete mathematics, control theory, mathematical physics, solitons theory, Lie symmetry, dynamic systems on time scales, the wavelet method and its applications, quantization of systems with constraints, the Hamilton-Jacobi formalism, geometries admitting generic and non-generic symmetries.

    He is an editorial board member of several prestigious international journals as Applied Numerical Mathematics, Mathematics, Symmetry, Mathematical Methods in Applied Sciences, Advances in Difference Equations, Advances in Mechanical Engineering, Open Physics, Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics and Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis. He is the chief editor of Frontiers in Physics-section Mathematical Physics and Progress in Fractional Differentiation and Applications. His h-index is 56 and he has been a highly cited researcher in Mathematics since 2015. He co-authored several published books in World Scientific Publishing, Academic Press, Springer and De Gruyter. He got several international prizes as Obada Prize (2019), ICFDA2018 Award: Innovation in Fractional Calculus and ICFDA 2016 Award: Dissemination Award.

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    Prof. Dr. Martin
    Prof. Dr. Martin Bohner - Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T)
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    Martin Bohner is the Curators’ Distinguished Professor of Mathe-matics and Statistics at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri, USA. He received the BS (1989) and MS (1993) in Econo-mathematics and PhD (1995) from University Ulm, Germany, and MS (1992) in Applied Mathematics from San Diego State University. He was a Postdoc, sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, at National University of Singapore (1997) and at San Diego State Univer-sity (1998). Martin Bohner is a Past President of ISDE, the International Society of Difference Equations. His research interests center around differential, difference, and dynamic equations as well as their applications to economics, finance, biology, physics, and engineering. He is the author of seven textbooks and more than 350 publications, Editor-in-Chief of three interna-tional journals, and Associate Editor for almost 100 international journals. His work has been cited more than 18000 times in the literature, including more than 5000 citations of his book “Dynamic Equations on Time Scales: An Introduction with Applications”, co-authored with Professor Allan Peterson. His h-index is 60, and his i10-index is 224. Professor Bohner is the recipient of the 2021 Obada Prize. His honors at Missouri S&T include five Faculty Excellence Awards, one Faculty Research Award, and nine Teaching Awards.
    Title: The Beverton-Holt Equation
    Prof. Dr. Carlo Cattani
    Prof. Dr. Carlo Cattani - University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy
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    Carlo Cattani is Professor (Habil. Full Professor, since 2017) of Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics at the Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Enterprise (DEIM) of Tuscia University (VT)-Italy, since 2015. He has been previously appointed as professor/research fellow at the Dept. of Mathematics University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1980-2004) and Dept. of Mathematics, University of Salerno (2004-2015). Research fellow at the Italian Council of Research, CNR in 1978-1980 and Visiting Research fellow at the Physics Institute of the Stockholm University (1987-1988). His main scientific research interests is focussing on numerical and computational methods, mathematical models and methods, time series and data analysis, computer methods and simulations. Author of more than 300 scientific papers on international journals and co-author of several books he has given significant contributions to fundamental topics such as numerical methods, dynamical systems, fractional calculus, fractals, wavelets, nonlinear waves, data analysis, neural networks and artificial intelligence. Editor in Chief of the journals “Fractal and Fractional” and “Information Sciences Letters”, he is serving also as Editor in Several International Scientific Journals. He has been awarded Honorary professor at the Azerbaijan University (2019), at the BSP University, Ufa-Russia (2009) for “his contribution in research and international cooperation”, and (in 2018) as adjunct Professor at the Ton Duc Thang University – HCMC Vietnam. For the many achievements in research (H-index: Scopus (43, WoS (36), Google Scholar (48)) he has been listed in the 2020 World Ranking of Scientists (Top 2%), ranking 85th (2nd in Italy) for numerical and computational mathematics, and 16th over 335 Italian Mathematicians of this list.

    The complete list of publications (1990-2022) can be found at the following web link:

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    Prof. Dr. Juan C.
    Prof. Dr. Juan C. Cortés - Universitat Politécnica de València, Spain
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    Juan Carlos Cortés López (, is a full professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the Universitat Politècnica de Valéncia (UPV), Spain. Since 2009, he is the deputy director of the University Institute of Multidisciplinary Mathematics of the UPV, developing his research in the MUNQU group (Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification) His current research is oriented to the extension of the classical theory of differential equations (in a broad sense, ODEs, PDEs, equations with delay, fractional ODEs, etc.) to the random scenario under the approach of the so-called Random Differential Equations (RDEs) and their application in modeling with real data, paying attention to the development of inverse techniques for the estimation of the probability distributions of the parameters that appear in the RDEs so that they capture the uncertainty of the phenomenon being modeled.
    Title: Some tools for Studying Random Differential Equations with Applications to Real-World Problems
    Prof. Dr. Thorsten
    Prof. Dr. Thorsten Hohage - Georg-August Universität Göttingen
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    Thorsten Hohage is Professor of Inverse Problems at Georg-August Universität Göttingen. His research interests include inverse problems in partial differential equations, regularization theory, statistical inverse problems and the development of efficient reconstruction algorithms. He is working on application such as helioseismology, phase retrieval, phase contrast tomography, electron miscroscopy, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

    Thorsten Hohage is spokesperson of the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 1456 “Mathematics of Experiment: The challenge of indirect measurements in the natural sciences” in Göttingen, First Chairman of the German Speaking Inverse Problems Society (GIP) and Max Planck Fellow at the Max-Planck Institute for Solar Systems Research. Moreover, he has been founding president of the International Association of Inverse Problems (IPIA).

    Title: Inverse problems in helioseismology
    Prof. Dr. Poom
    Prof. Dr. Poom Kumam - King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand
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    Professor Dr. Poom Kumam is a full Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand since 2015. He is the head of the Center of Excellence in Theoretical and Computational (TaCS-CoE) and KMUTT Fixed Point Theory and Applications Research Group. He has been Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher since 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2022 (published multiple highly cited papers, ranking in the top 1% by citations for field and year over the last decade. Of all the world’s researchers, they are one in 1,000). He has also been listed and ranked in the Twelfth Place in General Mathematics among the Top 2% Scientists in the World 2020 (Published by Stanford University in USA). In 2021, Professor Poom Kumam one of the leading professors of applied mathematics in Thailand who work at King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), has been ranked as the Mathematics Best Scientist in Thailand (Number 1 Mathematician in Thailand) according to the 2021 Alper-Doger Scientific Index (also known as AD Scientific Index). Furthermore, the AD Scientific Index also ranked professor Kumam as the Natural Science Best Scientist in King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi and number 6 in Thailand. He has also been listed and ranked in the 241th Place in General Mathematics among the Top 2% Scientists in the World 2020 (Published by Stanford University in USA). Professor Dr. Poom Kumam’s locations in the list of the STANFORD UNIVERSITY NAMES WORLD’S TOP 2% SCIENTISTS Out of a total of 17,766 mathematical scientists, Prof. Poom Kumam has been ranked at 138 (Applied Mathematics) and at 197 (General Mathematics) published on 20 October 2021.
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    Prof. Dr. Mohsen
    Prof. Dr. Mohsen Razzaghi - Mississippi State University, USA
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    Dr. Mohsen Razzaghi is a Giles distinguished professor at Mississippi State University and has three Fulbright Awards in Romania. He has been a department head since 2006. His research area is in Applied & Computational Mathematics, which ranges from developing, analyzing, and implementing mathematical models and numerical methods from sciences and engineering. He is particularly interested in optimal control, fractional calculus, and wavelets. He introduced a novel "hybrid functions" method by combining piecewise and continuous basis functions. He was the first to use Legendre wavelets for approximating solutions to problems in dynamic systems with jumps and discontinuities. He has over 230 publications in high-quality international journals in applied mathematics, mathematical physics, and engineering. His student, Gamal Elnagar, was the first to receive a Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences at Mississippi State University. His thesis work resulted in eight publications; one article co-authored with him has been cited over 800 times.
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    Prof. Dr. Suthep
    Prof. Dr. Suthep Sunatai - Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand
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    Prof. Dr. Devesh
    Prof. Dr. Devesh Tiwari - Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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    Devesh Tiwari is a researcher and educator at Northeastern University. His group, the Goodwill Computing Lab, focuses on innovating system software solutions for making high performance computing (HPC) systems, data centers, and quantum computing systems more efficient, reliable, and cost-effective. Before joining Northeastern, Dr. Tiwari was a staff scientist at the United States Department of Energy (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He was awarded the Rising Star in Dependability by the IEEE TC on Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance for the fundamental and translational research contributions impacting the reliability and efficiency of real-world computer systems. For his teaching and mentoring efforts, he was awarded the Professor of the Year by the Northeastern University chapter of the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu honor society. Dr. Tiwari is an Associate Editor for Transactions of Parallel & Distributed Computing (TPDS), Transactions of Storage (ToS), and Journal of Parallel & Distributed Computing (JPDC). He has served as the program co-chair/track co-chair for HPDC, ICDCS, IISWC, IPDPS, and ICCD. Professor Tiwari was recognized with the TPDS Editorial Excellence Award for his exceptional contributions to the TPDS journal as an editor. He earned his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University. Before that, he obtained his B.S. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur in India.
    Title: Role of Quantum System Software in Quantum Computing Revolution
    Prof. Francesco
    Prof. Francesco Villecco - University of Salerno, Italy
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    Francesco Villecco, is assistant professor at Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Salerno, obtained his Laurea in Mechanical Engineering at University of Salerno in 2003 and his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at University of Salerno in 2008. From 2008 to 2009 he was at University of British Columbia, Department of Mining Engineering as Post-Doc. After the Canadian experience he is Research Fellow at University of Salerno. From 2014 he is Professor of Technical Drawing at Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Salerno. His research interests are in the fields of Industrial Design, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic and Open Innovation. He is organizer of Conferences and workshops on Microwaves and Industrial Design. He is Associate Editor of International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design (JMEID) published by University of Salerno. He has strong cooperations on common research fields with Universities in Canada, China, Colombia, Russia, US and Vietnam. He is Author of various papers in International Refereed Journals.
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