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University of Diyala-College of Science organize a WAMS school in cooperation with Nesin Mathematics Village-Izmir-Turkey and CIMPA http://www.rnta.eu/WAMS/ https://www.cimpa.info/en/node/43

 

Inverse problem : Direct methods and optimizaition

Sponsord by: Diyala University, Nesin Mathematics Village, French Embassy-Bagdad and CIMPA

 

                  

 

Coordinators of the school Abdeljalil Nachaoui, Laboratoire de Mathématiques Jean Leray,  Université de Nantes, France (Abdeljalil.Nachaoui@univ-nantes.fr).

Fatima M. Aboud, Department of mathematics, College of Sciences,  University of Diyala, Iraq ( Fatima.Aboud@sciences.uodiyala.edu.iq). 

  1. Title :  Inverse problems: direct methods and optimization

  2. Location : Nesin Mathematics Village-Izmir-Turkey (http://www.nesinkoyleri.org/eng/)

  3. Hosting institution : Nesin Mathematics Village-Izmir-Turkey

  4. Dates (starting date-ending date) :  28 October - 4 November 2018

Inscription deadline :20 September 2018

  5. Scientific Committee:   Abdeljalil Nachaoui, Laboratoire de Mathématiques Jean Leray,  Université de Nantes, France (Abdeljalil.Nachaoui@univ-nantes.fr).

  Abdelkrim. Chakib, Departement of Mathematics, University of Sultan  Moulay Sliman Beni Mellal, Morocco, (abdelkrim.chakib@univ-nantes.fr).

  Tamaz Tadumdaze, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia, (tamaz.tadumadze@tsu.ge).

  6. Local Organizing Committee:   Ali NESİN, Istanbul Bilgi University,   Department of Mathematics and Nesin Mathematics Village (anesin@nesinvakfi.org).

  Fatima M. Aboud, Department of mathematics, College of Sciences,  University of Diyala, Iraq( Fatima.Aboud@sciences.uodiyala.edu.iq). 

Onur Baysal, Izmir University, Turkey, (baysalonur@hotmail.com).

  Scientific content

  1. Lecturers and courses  

Fatima M. Aboud, Department of Mathematics, College of Sciences, University of Diyala, Iraq ( Fatima.Aboud@sciences.uodiyala.edu.iq ).   A review of analysis   Classification of partial differential equations   Abstract variational problems and Approximation

  Abdeljalil Nachaoui, Laboratoire de Mathématiques Jean Leray, Université de Nantes, France (Abdeljalil.Nachaoui@univ-nantes.fr).   Motivation : examples from industry and medicine   Resolution methods: state of the art   Inverse problems: Identification and reconstruction.   Free boundary problems, interface problems, shape optimization.   Methods of optimization and iterative reconstruction methods

  Onur Baysal, Izmir University, Turkey, (baysalonur@hotmail.com).   Modelling and resolvability of direct problem for beam equation   Related inverse problems   Numerical Algorithms

  Tamaz Tadumdaze, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia, (tamaz.tadumadze@tsu.ge)   Some Questions of the Qualitative theory of Delay Differential Equations   Mathematical models,well-posedness,   Variation formulas and sensitivity analysis,   Optimization, inverse problems   Numerical algorithms

  2. Description general of courses

  Mathematical models of phenomena   encountered in science and engineering are usually   formulated as a set of differential or integral equations.   For a full description of the phenomena, coefficients of   governing equations, the geometry of a body, initial and   boundary conditions should be specified. In this case the   problems are referred to as direct problems which they have   been well examined for linear, nonlinear and   multidimensional cases with regular and irregular   geometries, including the question of solution uniqueness   and stability.   Once, one of those parameters or   conditions just mentioned is either unknown or not fully   specified, the problem is classified as an inverse problem.   In the present course, we are   interested by the resolution of a class of nonlinear inverse   boundary value problems which describes numerous   applications in many areas of science and engineering. We   present a large class of techniques developed over the past   several decades including a wide range of numerical   optimization techniques with a strong focus on new iterative   methods. We show convergence results for these methods and   discuss technical numerical implementation using finite and   boundary element methods

Participant information

Please send the following information in a word file with a CV in pdf form and the scann of your passeport to the following emails :  Fatima.Aboud@sciences.uodiyala.edu.iq fatimaaboud@yahoo.com

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Curriculum vitae : Plese send your CV in pdf format to fatimaaboud@yahoo.com Fatima.Aboud@sciences.uodiyala.edu.iq

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Note: A financial support can be accorded for a restricted number of participants after studing the CV and the above informations.

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