Seminars 2007-2008

 Date  Lecturer  Topic
11/06/2008 Prof. Israel Chaskalovic

Ariel University, Israel

Mathematical models applied to Media research
04/06/2008 Prof. Alexander Domoshnitsky

Ariel University, Israel

Maximum Principles and Nonoscillation of Functional Differential equations of the First Order.
14/05/2008 Prof. Zalman Balanov

Netanya College, Israel

Twisted equivariant degree: axiomatic approach

and computational formulae

16/04/2008 Prof. Zalman Balanov

Netanya College, Israel

Symmetries in Functional Differential Equation Systems and Hopf Bifurcation Phenomenon: Twisted Euivariant Degree Approach
02/04/2008 Prof. Alexander Nepomnyashchy

Technion, Israel

Feedback control of subcritical instabilities in pattern-forming systems.
05/03/2008 Dr. Efraim shmerling

Ariel University, Israel

Two stage binomial fixed-width interval estimation.
20/02/2008 Dr. Eugene Barsky

Jerusalem college of Engineering, Israel

Efficiency criterion for multiproduct separation
06/02/2008 1. Prof. Alexander Ioffe

Technion, Israel

 

2. Prof. Michael Deza

Ecole Normale superieure, Paris, France

1. Invitation to tame optimization

 

2. Wythoff construction and L1-embeddings

23/01/2008 Prof. Michael Desa

Ecole Normale superieure, Paris, France

Fullerenes: applications and generalizations
16/01/2008 Prof. michael Sonis

Bar Ilan University, Israel

Log-linear systems of differential equations.
02/01/2008 prof. Gershon Kresin

Ariel University, Israel

History and development of sharp real-part theorems.
19/12/2007 Prof. Yakov Goltser
Ariel University, Israel
Singular perturbed integro-differential
Volterra equations
And drazin inverse of singular matrice
28/11/2007 Prof. Leonid Berezansky
Ben-Gurion University, Israel
New stability conditions for  linear
differential equations with several delays
14/11/2007 1. Prof. Angela Slavora

Bulgarian Academy og Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

2. Prof. P.R.Popivanov

Bulgarian Academy og Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

1. Edge of chaos in polynomial cellular neural network models.

 

2. On the nonlinear oblique derivative problem