2nd International Conference on

Gdansk, Poland
May 15-17, 2014

Scientific co-Organizer

GdaƄsk University of Technology, Poland


Scientific Sponsor

Kingston University London, UK


Call for Papers:

The organizing committee invites you to submit your papers and special session proposals to this conference. The benefits of attending are considerable for established academics and new scientists alike. Your paper will be reviewed by 2-4 experts of the field that may offer you valuable guidelines to improve your work. In case of acceptance, you will be given the opportunity to present your research and share it with scientists from all over the world. You will stay up to date with the latest advances in the field and you will have the chance to discuss possible future collaborations. The conference proceedings will appear in all the important scientific Indexes. Furthermore, following your registration you will be given instructions on how to submit an extended version of your paper. The scientific committee will select a number of these extended versions for publication in a NAUN journal.

Apart from the academic benefits, one should also consider the rich social and cultural program that is always associated with our events. Attractive destinations and quality venues ensure an enjoyable stay to all participants. The multinational composition of the attendees often stimulates the initiation of fruitful conversations. The overall experience is always fulfilling.

Although this web site is designed to answer any questions you might have regarding the event, feel free to contact us if you have any enquiries.

Plenary Lecture 1:

A Reduction of Dimensionalities in Quantum Information Systems through a Combined Spacetime Four-Manifold
by Prof. Gregory L. Light, Providence College, Rhode Island, USA.

Plenary Lecture 2:

Langlands Program, Related Representation and Applications
by Professor Nikolaj Glazunov, National Aviation University, UKRAINE.

Plenary Lecture 3:

Linear Relation of Signals with Shifting: An Application in Finance
by Professor Edi Cahyono, University of Halu Oleo, INDONESIA.

Plenary Lecture 4:

Making an Analogy between a Multi Chain Interaction in CDW Transport and Wave Functionals to Form S-S’ Pairs
by Professor A. W. Beckwith, Chongqing University, P. R. CHINA.

Plenary Lecture 5:

Analysis of the Disturbance Decoupling Problem for Singular Switched Linear Systems Via Feedback and Output Injection
by Prof. Maria Isabel Garcia-Planas, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, SPAIN.

Plenary Lecture 6:

Efficient Evaluation of Sparse Jacobians by Matrix Compression
by Prof. Andreas Griewank, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, GERMANY.

Plenary Lecture 7:

Equitability and Dependence Measures
by Prof. Adam Ding, Northeastern University, Boston, USA.

Plenary Lecture 8:

Wavelet Based Risk Measures
by Prof. Rossitsa Yalamova, University of Lethbridge, CANADA.

Plenary Lecture 9:

Kinetics of Structural Transformations in Nano-Structured Intermetallics: Atomistic Simulations
by Prof. Rafal Kozubski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, POLAND.

Plenary Lecture 10:

A Hybrid Deterministic/Probabilistic Solver for Modeling of Metal Vapor Transport in Near-Vacuum
by Prof. Anil K. Kulkarni, The Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Plenary Lecture 11:

Mathematical Modeling from Algebraic Viewpoint
by Prof. Takeshi Matsuda, Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN.

Plenary Lecture 12:

A Tribute to Sylvester: “Chemicographic” Representation of the Graph Matching Polynomial
by Prof. Remi Chauvin, Toulouse 3-Paul Sabatier University, FRANCE.

Plenary Lecture 13:

Detection of Changes in Dependent Processes: Learning from Algorithms, Simulations and Stochastic Inference
by Prof. Ansgar Steland, RWTH Aachen University, GERMANY.