Computational Recipes of Linear and Non-Linear Singular Integral Equations and Relativistic Mechanics in Engineering and Applied Science. Volume I
Author: Evangelos G. Ladopoulos
Affiliation: Professor, Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chairman of Interpaper Research Organization
Birthplace: 1962Patras/Greece- Greek (EU)
Biography: Prof. Dr. Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer & Petroleum Engineer, D.Sc.Included in the list of 2000 Outstanding Scientists of 20th Century by Cambridge Biographical Centre. Included in the list of 2000 Outstanding Scientists of 21st Century by Cambridge Biographical Centre.Included in the list of 100 Top Scientists of 2007 by Cambridge Biographical Centre.Over 200 publications in high quality scientific journals.Project Manager for over 500 Projects in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering.Chairman and Professor by Interpaper Research Organization.Visiting Professor at Universities in Europe and USA.
Audience: The intended audience is Universities, Research Institutions, Companies, Manufacturers, Industries, Software Companies, Mathematicians, Physicists, Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Aerospace Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Software Engineers, other Engineers, Scientists, etc.
Control Theory: Perspectives, Applications and Developments
Editor: Francisco Miranda
Affiliation: Ph.D., Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Applications, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Portugal
Birthplace:Portugal, April 1, 1975
Biography: Francisco Miranda was born on April 1, 1975 in Viana do Castelo, Portugal. He graduated in Mathematics from University of Coimbra in 1999. Having done research on Control Theory he earned his MSc (2003) and PhD (2008) degrees in Applied Mathematics from University of Porto. His research interests focus on stabilization and observability of control systems, optimal control, guidance control, numerical methods of stabilizer construction, and time scales. Currently, he is Professor and Head of Mathematics Department at the Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo, Portugal. He is also a researcher at Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Applications, University of Aveiro, Portugal, and research collaborator at Centro de Estatística e Modelação of Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo, Portugal.
Audience: Academicians, researchers, advanced-level students, technology developers, and engineers. This book can potentially be used in any undergraduate or graduate course in the field of control theory.
Affiliation: Samara State Medical University, Head of the Chair Physics, Russia
July, 3 1947, Russian
Andrey Nickolaevich, graduated N.E.
School (1971), Candidate
of Technical Science (1978), Doctor of Technical Sciences (1994) (Dr. habil.
sc. ing. Latvian Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedy), the professor
(1995). Since 1996 the Head of Chair of Medical and Biological Physics of Samara State
More than 400 scientific work, 9 monography and 17 patents be by the author. Honoured Worker of the Samara Region Higher School. The
Chairman Samara branch of United Physical Society of the Russian Federation.
The Individual Member of European Physical Society. Scientific interests: biophysics,
genetics, hemodynamics, neuroprocesses, nonlinear processes.
The book can be useful to geneticists, to
students-biologists, post-graduate students and everything which are interested
in problems of population genetics.
High Order Boundary Value Problems: Existence, Localization and Multiplicity Results
Authors: João Fialho and Feliz Minhós
Affiliation: João Fialho: Dr., Assistant Professor, School of Mathematics, Physics and Technology, College of the Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas Feliz Minhós: Dr., Associate Professor, Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Évora, Évora – Portugal
Biography: Dr. Joao Fialho is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the College of the Bahamas. He has a PhD in Mathematics awarded by the University of Évora in 2012. As a researcher he has published several research papers in the field of Differential Equations, with more emphasis on higher order problems and applications, especially via the upper and lower solution method.
Dr. Feliz Manuel Minhós was born in January, 30, 1959. He received his PhD degree in 2002 from University of Évora, Portugal, and obtain the Habilitation degree in 2010. He was Head of the Department in the period 2003-2005. Nowadays he is Assistant Professor with Habilitation in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Évora and, since 2011, Director of the Doctoral Program in Mathematics of the University of Évora. His research interests are Variational and Topological methods for Boundary Value Problems, nonlinear functional analysis, differential and fractional equations and fixed-point theory.
Audience: These contents have of wide scope amongst researchers in various areas like Mathematics, Engineering and Finance as they offer applications to theoretical problems as well as techniques to build and define lower and upper solutions for higher order problems. It is also very useful for students from undergraduate to graduate level in those fields as it provides arguments based on elementary and basic concepts, without "deep mathematics tools" and includes examples, where lower and upper solutions are properly defined and applied.
Authors: Mario Gionfriddo, Lorenzo Milazzo and Vitaly Voloshi
Mario Gionfriddo: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Catania,
Lorenzo Milazzo: PhD, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Catania,
Voloshin: PhD, Department of
Mathematics, Troy University, AL, USA; PhD
Gionfriddo: Messina, Italy,
Catania, Italy, 08/04/1963
Voloshin: Republic of
Moldova, 03/18/1954; current citizenship
Mario Gionfriddo is a Professor of Geometry at
the Department of Mathematics and
Computer Science, University of Catania, Italy, since 1981, after a period of nine years at Messina
University. His main scientific interests lie in Graph Theory,
Hypergraphs and Designs. He was
director of research of an
Italian national research project and
more than 25 research projects of Catania University in the area of Combinatorial Geometry, Designs, Graphs and
their Applications. He is a member of
editorial board of several international journals, was
guest editor of twelve special volumes of major international
journals in the field, and was main organizer of a series of major
international conferences in
Italy (including such top conferences as "Combinatorics 92" and
"Combinatorics 04") with participation of famous mathematicians like C. Berge, P.
Erdos, F. Harary and many others. In 1996-1999 he was the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University
of Catania. He was among the very few
Italian mathematicians to study Graph Theory in 1970s, and is one of the
originators of scientific school in Graphs, Hypergraphs ad Combinatorial
Designs in Italy with many outstanding
followers and collaborators all over the
world. He is the author of more
than 120 scientific papers and currently teaches the courses "Graph
Theory" and "Combinatorial Geometry" for mathematics majors.
Lorenzo Milazzo is a Professor at the
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Catania, Italy,
since 1997. His main interests are in Graph Theory, Hypergraph, Designs and its
applications. He received his PhD Degree (1997) in Mathematics from the
University of Federico II of Napoli, Italy. He is one of the initiators of
scientific direction related to the colorings of block designs as mixed
hypergraphs and the author and co-author over thirty articles in international
journals. He participated and was an organizer of a series of major international
conferences, workshops and seminars, was visiting professor at Auburn
University and Moldova State University.
Voloshin is a Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Troy University,
USA. He worked at Moldova State University and at the Institute of Mathematics and
Informatics (Republic of Moldova) for many years, and moved to the United
States in 2002. His research areas
include graph and hypergraph theory and its applications. In 1993, he
originated the direction of mixed hypergraph coloring, and there are now more
than 200 scientific publications on the subject all over the world. He is the author of a research Fields Institute Monograph, two textbooks and more
than one hundred of scientific publications. His research has been repeatedly
supported by scientific foundations of
Italy, Germany, Canada, the United
States, and other countries. He was the
invited speaker of many major international conferences, held visiting
positions at many universities throughout the world, and supervised and was
consulted on many MS and Ph.D. theses.
Audience: Its primary audience are
researchers and graduate students taking courses in design theory,
combinatorial geometry, finite geometry, discrete mathematics, graph theory,
combinatorics, cryptography, information and coding theory, and similar areas.
Foundations of Iso-Differential Calculus, Volume 5: Iso-Stochastic Differential Equations
Author: Svetlin Georgiev
Affiliation: Professor, Dr.Sc., Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Department of Differential Equations, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Birthplace:April 5, 1974, Rousse, Bulgaria
Biography: Svetlin Georgiev (born on April 5th, 1974) is a Bulgarian mathematician working in areas ofordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, stochastic differential equations, Clifford algebras, Clifford analysis, Iso-Mathematics . He is currently a Professor at Sorbonne University (Paris, France).
Audience: Professional people: mathematicians, physicists, chemists, engineers. Nonprofessional people of industry: producers of telescopes.
Affiliation: G.G. Hamedani: Professor and Editor, JSTA, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, WI, US Mehdi Maadooliat: Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, WI, US
Birthplace: G.G. Hamedani: Tehran, Iran, 01/07/1944 Mehdi Maadooliat: East Lansing, MI, USA, 24/08/1981
Biography: Prof. Hamedani received his PhD from Michigan State University. He is a Professor at Marquette University since 1982. Dr. Hamedani has been Editor of the Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications since 2005 and before that on its first Editorial Board. He is on the Editorial board of the Journal of Applied Statistical Sciences since it’s beginning. Dr. Hamedani is also the coauthor of a book entitled "Exponential Distribution: Theory and Method."
Dr. Maadooliat received his BS from Sharif University of Technology, MS from Marquette and PhD from Texas A&M University. He is an Assistant Professor at Marquette University and his primary research interests lie in the developments of the statistical models in high-dimensional data structures with application to biological sciences, including, but not limited to genomics and proteomics.
Audience: Graduate Students; Probability and
Statistics Instructors at Graduate Level; All academicians who will be
employing advanced probability and statistics in their research areas; The probabilists
and/or statisticians who work in industries; Biostatisticians.
Affiliation: Associate Professor, College of Ocean & Earth Sciences, Xiamen University, China, Ph.D, The University of Delaware
China on July
14, 1965; Chinese
Biography: Kunming Xu is an associate professor at Xiamen University, China.
He received a BSc degree from Xiamen University in 1987 and MSc and Ph.D degrees in marine
studies from the University
of Delaware at Lewes in
1997 and 2000, respectively. In addition to his academic career, he has
extensive industrial experience, including working as an associate engineer and
a sale representative for Xiamen Overseas Chinese Electronic Company from 1987
to 1994; as a software developer for United Stated Data Corporation in Richardson, Texas in
2000; and as a software engineer for eWings Technologies Inc. in Plato, Texas
Audience: This book is intended for professional
researchers as well as the general public who are interested in fundamental
science. Professional researchers in geometry, calculus, theoretical physics,
theoretical chemistry, organic chemistry, quantum mechanics, and Chinese
medicine will find it useful in their work. Nonprofessional people who are
curious about the new discovery of four-dimensional space, and the order of
atoms and organisms based on the four-dimensional space, will find it
interesting and appealing.