Tadeusz Czachorski WWW
Tadeusz Czachórski, prof. of Informatics in Silesian University of Technology, Head of the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics of PAS. His scientific interests include mathematical methods and software related to modelling and performance evaluation of wide area computer networks, especially the Internet. The methods include Markov chains, diffusion approximation and fluid flow approximation. They are used to study qualiy of service, traffic conrol mechanisms and related problems.
Wieslaw L. Nowinski WWW
DSc, PhD - scientist, innovator, entrepreneur, and visionary; creator of human brain atlases. His research includes brain atlases, stroke, deep brain stimulation, brain quantification, neuroinformatics, medical image processing, virtual reality, computer-assisted diagnosis and treatment, and future directions in computer-aided radiology and surgery. He has over 510 publications, filed 50 patent applications (30 already granted, 14 in US), and developed with his team 26 brain atlas products used worldwide in neurosurgery, neuroradiology, neurology, brain mapping, and neuroeducation. These atlases have been commercially licensed to 16 companies. He has started 3 high-tech companies from his lab.
Lassi Päivärinta WWW
Henryk Woźniakowski WWW
Professor Matsuyama is interested in various questions concerning the theory of linear and nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equations. These includes
- Global well-posedness of the Kirchhoff equation
- Strichartz estimates for evolution equations
- Scattering for wave equation with nonlinear dissipative term in exterior domains
Rodrigo Banuelos (USA) WWW
Rodrigo Banuelos is Professor of Department of Mathematics at Purdue University. His research is at the interface of probability, harmonic analysis, and spectral theory.
Grigori Panasenko (France) WWW
The central research direction is concearned with homogenization of partial derivatives equations and mathematical modeling of heterogeneous media. From mathematical point of view it is an asymptotic study of PDEs with rapidly oscillating coefficients or boundaries; from mechanical point of view this asymptotic analysis is applied to the mathematical modeling of composite materials, lattice structures, industrial installations, frames, heterogeneous plates and rods, porous media.
Professor of Applied Mathematics , Head of Department of Mathematics Imperial College London
Richard Craster is Professor of Applied Mathematics at Imperial College. He has research interests across a broad spectrum of fluid mechanics and elasticity (fracture mechanics, diffraction theory, wave phenomena, applied complex analysis, Newtonian thin-layer theories, viscoplasticity, guided elastic waves, surfactant driven flows, instability theory, pattern formation) and is involved in their applications in engineering and physics. He also has interests in asymptotic theories for differential equations (WKBJ methods, Fuchsian equations) and in the development of techniques to solve free boundary problems and conformal mapping theory.
Stefan Samko WWW
Erol Gelenbe WWW
Erol Gelenbe WWW
Erol Gelenbe, FIEEE and FACM, is the Dennis Gabor Professor in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Dept., Imperial College. He is a Member of the French National Academy of Engineering, the Science Academy of Turkey, Academia Europaea, and Foreign Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Baoxiang Wang WWW
Baoxiang Wang is professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Peking University.
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Professor Adler is interested in:-Porous media, fractures, fracture networks, fractured porous media.
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