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10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
GIELIS TRANSFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS
Dr. Diego Caratelli – Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands Prof. Johan Gielis – University of Antwerp, Belgium Prof. Paolo Emilio Ricci – Campus Bio-Medico University, Italy
Describing and modeling nature is fascinating and, generally speaking, one of the most fundamental research activities: whether to model physical behaviors or geometric structures, to describe or to recognize natural shapes, every research community aims at representing nature as accurately as possible. Classical models are largely based on isotropic spaces. In nature however, anisotropy is the rule and different ways of measuring or geometrizing exist. In 2003 Gielis, introduced the so-called superformula which can be seen as a parametric formulation for generalized circles or ellipses. Since then, the Gielis formula, providing unification of natural and abstract shapes from elementary particles to space-time models, is spreading to different research areas. In this regard, the proposed symposium is meant to bring together researchers working on various applications of superformula in different fields of Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Electromagnetics, Fluid Dynamics, Nonlinear Physics, Numerical Analysis, Imaging, and related areas by providing a forum for the academic exchange of ideas, cooperation, and discussion of the latest achievements in the research.
Authors are warmly invited to submit contributions for review and possible presentation at the conference on topics of interest to the special session. All the papers in the form of extended abstracts are to be received in PDF format no later than July 22, 2012. Please consult the symposium Web site for the latest instructions, templates, and format examples.
For additional information and inquiries regarding the special session, please contact Diego Caratelli at email@example.com, Johan Gielis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Paolo E. Ricci at email@example.com.
etc). “Potential Theory: Applications in Solid Mechanics and Acoustic and Electromagnetic scattering theory”. He has also given lectures at Cornell University. Steklov Institute S. analysis and experimental verification of printed microwave and millimeter-wave passive devices and wideband antennas for satellite. He holds a degree in horticultural engineering and obtained his PhD in 2010 at the Radboud University. Science and Culture. integral and discrete transforms. 1944.D. PDEs and Applications”. He is visiting professor at the Universities of Antwerp and of Nanjing (China). In the period 1983-1992 he was Scientific director of the Journal “Rendiconti di Matematica e delle sue Applicazioni”. and other related subjects. 1975. “Complex Analysis. Special Functions and their Applications” (6th: 2001 Ostia. Georgian Mathematical Journal. and presented papers at various international conferences. ordinary and partial differential equations. (2001) Melfi. as a Senior Researcher. He attended and gave lectures in many conferences (Technische Hochschule. The InterTech Technology Awards were inaugurated in 1978 as a way to honor the development of technologies predicted to have a major impact in the graphic arts and related industries. Italy in 2000 and 2004. the development of analytically based numerical techniques devoted to the modeling of electromagnetic field propagation and diffraction processes. Petersburg. He is also scientific director of the International Knowledge Center on Bamboo IKEBANA and editor of the Bamboo. Nijmegen. and is a member of ACES and the Italian Electromagnetic Society (SIEm). He is Associated Editor of several international Journals (Integral Transforms and Special Functions. He received the Laurea (summa cum laude) and Ph. symbolic and umbral calculus. Violet (1993) and Fabian (1996). In 1994 he started using Lamé curves in the description of natural shapes and in 1997 he generalized Lamé curves and surfaces to any symmetry. (2007) Tbilisi. of Kragujevac (Serbia) and University of Murcia (Spain). etc). Partial Differential Equations and Mechanics of Continua”. III: 2006). Since close to 200 papers have referenced or used what has become known as Gielis-Formula. In 2005 he joined as a Contract Researcher the Department of Electronic Engineering. Reports of Seminar of I. He serves as reviewer for several international journals. “3rd Workshop on Advanced Special Functions and Related Topics in Differential Equations”. 1962 and is married to Christel Dils. as well as advances in the theory of special functions for mathematical physics and electromagnetics and the solution of boundary-value problems in complex domains. (2008) Roma. This was published in 2003 as Invited Special Paper in the American Journal of Botany. From the early nineties onwards he became interested in mathematical modelling of plants. Max Planck Institute Tubingen. respectively. Vekua Institute of Applied Mathematics (Georgia). He is the author/coauthor of around 200 scientific papers and author/editor of several books in the areas of pure and applied mathematics concerning the following fields: special functions. Chemnitz. quadrature rules. degrees in Electronic Engineering from “La Sapienza” University of Rome. asymptotic analysis. His main research activities include the design. where he was appointed as Contract Professor of Interdisciplinary Laboratory in 2007-2010. . Tel Aviv (Israel). He received the 2010 Best Paper Award from the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES). Paolo Emilio Ricci was born on February 4th. He was teaching and researching for forthy years at the University of Rome and Catania (1981). Rostock. and member of the Scientific and Organizing Committee of the meetings: “Orthogonal Polynomials. Jaipur (India). and they have two children. (2003) Tbilisi. matrix analysis. in a scientific cooperation with Dr. He was the main organizer of the Symposia “Problemi attuali dell’Analisi e della Fisica Matematica”. Moscow State University. the Netherlands. Dr. “Analysis. Caratelli was the recipient of the Young Antenna Engineer Prize at the 32th European Space Agency Antenna Workshop. Currently technology developments focus on antenna’s. Taormina (I: 1992. II: 1998. Darmstadt. His scientific activity is witnessed by more than thirty scientific publications on international journals and books. Univ. 7th: 2003. eigenvalues. Gaetano Fichera at Rome University “Sapienza”. WLAN and GPR applications. At present he is professor at the University Campus Bio-medico. symmetrization problems. Since 2007 he is with the International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar/Microwave Technology and Systems for Radar Group of Delft University of Technology. Vekua Institute of Applied Mathematics.Organizers Curriculum Vitae: Diego Caratelli was born in Latina. I. Johan Gielis was born on July 8. “La Sapienza” University of Rome. bamboo in particular. Diego Caratelli. He received his doctorial degree (cum laude) under the supervision of Prof. and teacher at the UniNettuno Telematic University in Rome. He is also founder of the Simon Stevin Institute for Geometry and has coorganized various post-doctoral courses in geometry at the University of Louvain (Belgium). SupergraphxTM received the GATF InterTech Award for Innovative Excellence in 2004. Guangzhou (China). Copenhagen). Italy on May 2. Archives of Inequalities and Applications. In 2003 he was awarded Doctor honoris causa by the Tbilisi State University. Initially his career focused on bamboo and biotechnology and he developed successful tissue culture technologies for tropical and temperate bamboos at Oprins Plant NV. as well as by the participation at several international conferences and symposia. Budapest. including software for CAD/CAM. His company Genicap (The Netherlands) develops applications in technology.
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