ISEP | 22-26 Julho 2013
The International Conference Mathematical Methods in Engineering will be held in the School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal, July 22-26, 2013. The aim of this conference is to bring together scientists and engineers to present and discuss some recent developments in the area of Mathematical Methods in Engineering. The conference is designed to maximize the involvement of all participants and will present the state of the art research and the latest achievements.
Jan Awrejcewicz (Technical University of Lodz, Poland)
Mathematical modeling and simulation of the transitional wobblestone dynamics
Dumitru Baleanu (Cankaya University, Turkey)
Advances in fractional dynamics: theory and applications
Mike Field (Rice University, USA)
Asynchronous Networks, Adaptation and the Visualization of Complex Dynamics
Raoul Nigmatullin (Kazan Federal University)
Self-similar structure of the measured data and "universal" fitting function
Manuel Ortigueira (UNINOVA, Portugal)
A new look into the discrete-time fractional calculus
Mathematical Methods in Sport Sciences Applications
As an expression of our contemporary culture, the last decade assisted to the advent of new technologies in the sport sciences domain. Highly reliable and accurate motion-capture systems with long-range continuous data sets recruit developments in mathematical methods such as time-series analysis, modeling and simulation. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together diverse approaches on applied mathematical methods in the field of sport sciences and human movement.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is May 3rd 2013 and the deadline for submission of the full papers is June 7th 2013.