The “INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED ANALYSIS AND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING (ICAAMM2017)” jointly organized by Marmara University, Istanbul Gelisim University and Yıldız Technical University. The conference will be held on 3-7 JULY 2017 in ISTANBUL, TURKEY.
We would like to invite you to present a paper or a poster at the conference whose main theme is the topics presented below or general mathematics with applications.
APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND MODELING
Computational Methods, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Modeling and Optimization, Bio Mathematics, Data Analysis and related topics.
ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Approximation Theory and Its Applications, Ergodic Theory, Sequence Spaces and Summability, Fixed Point Theory, Functional Analysis and Its Applications and related topics.
APPLIED ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Cryptography, Combinatorics and Its Applications, Cellular Automata, Computational Algebra, Computational Group Theory and related topics, Information Theory and Error Correcting Codes.
GEOMETRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Algebraic Geometry and Its Applications, Differential Geometry, Kinematics and related topics.
ALGEBRAIC STATISTICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Algebraic statistics and its applications, Probability and Statistics Applications.
Please note that the conference language is English. Send us your abstracts through the online registration form for oral or poster presentations. The talks given by plenary speakers will be 50 minutes including a ten minute question and answer session while the contributed talks will be 20 minutes including the question and answer session.
The aim of this conference is to bring together mathematicians working in the new trends in the applications of math. The conference will take place in the campus of the Istanbul Gelisim University and Marmara University which is also close to the historical parts of the city. Public and private transportation facilities allow an easy acces to the conference center. For detailed info please check for the location page.