Seminars 2005-2006

 Date Lecturer Topic
08/05/2006Prof. G. Kresin
Ariel University, Israel
Sharp Bohr’s real part estimates
24/04/2006Dr. Yevgenia Apartsin,
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Revealed preferences: theory and applications
27/03/2006Prof. G. Belitskii
Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel
On a dynamical approach to solvability
of multidimensional equations
in continuous and smooth functions
13/03/2006Michael Drakhlin
Ariel University, Israel
&
Elena Litsyn
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
On the memory of atomic operators
27/02/2006Prof. Leonid Brezansky

Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva

On some nonlinear delay differential equation.
06/02/2006N.Chernyavskaya

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

&

J.Schiff ,L.Shuster

Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Stability conditions for a three-point difference scheme

with non-negative coefficients

23/01/2006Prof. Alexander Domoshnitsky

Ariel University, Israel

Positivity of one of the components of solution vector
for systems of  functional differential equations
 09/01/2006Prof. Gershon Kresin

Ariel University, Israel

 Sharp Real Part Theorems
 21/12/2005 1. Prof. V.P. Maksimov
Dep. of Economic Cybernetics, Perm State University, Russia2. Prof. L.Berezansky

Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel

 

3. Prof. G.Kresin
Ariel University, Israel

 

4. Prof. A.Domoshnitsky

Ariel University, Israel

 

5. Prof. M.Sonis

Bar Ilan Uneversity, Ramat Gan, Israel

 

6. B.Puza

Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

 

7. Dr. B.Shklyar

Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel

 

8. Dr. E.Shmerling

Ariel University, Israel

 

9. Prof. Ya.Goltser

Ariel University, Israel.

 

 Workshop of Functional Differential Equations

 

1. Theory of Functional Differential Equations and

Some Problems in Economic Dynamics

Abstract. The talk focuses on boundary value problems

and control problems for functional differential equations in

the abstract form. Key questions of developing techniques

for the computer-assisted study of such problems are

discussed. Within the framework of the general

approach, the problems of impulse and hybrid

control are considered with regard to applications

in Economic Mathematical Modelling

 

2. Some new results for oscillation of differential and

difference equations with delay.

 

3. Sharp pointwise estimates for solutions of elliptic

systems with boundary date from

 

4. Positivity of functional differential equations.

 

5. Barycentric  calculus and theory of central places

 

6. Singular boundary value problems.

 

7. Approximate output controllability of evolution

control equations.

 

8. Stability of semi-Markov systems of stochastic

differential equations.

 

9. Nonlinear Volterra Integro-differential equations:

critical case of stability.

 12/12/2005Elena Litsyn

Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel

 Volterra Operator: Back to the future
14/11/2005Prof. Angela Slavova

Institute of mathematics, BAS, Sofia,Bulgaria

Cellular Neural Networks and Hysteresis:

Models and Dynamics