Plenary Speakers

Alexander M. Stokolos

Department of Mathematics, Georgia Southern University

Title: “Differentiation of integrals and multiple Fourier series”

Andreas A. Buchheit

Department of Mathematics, Saarland University

Title: “Exact Continuum Representation of Long-range Interacting Systems and Emerging Exotic Phases in Unconventional Superconductors”


Department of Mathematics, University College London (UCL)

Title: “o-minimality and Arithmetic Geometry”

Felipe J. Llanes Estrada

Department of Theoretical Physics, Complutense University of Madrid

Title: “The torsion of stellar streams due to a nonspherical dark matter halo”

Frank Neumann

Department of Mathematics, University of Pavia

Title: “Weil Conjectures, Moduli of Bundles and Homotopy Types”

Humberto Rafeiro

United Arab Emirates University

Title: “Grand Lebesgue spaces: old and new”

Joachim Gwinner

Institute of Applied Mathematics, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich

Title: “Frictional unilateral contact problems in continuum mechanics – analytical and numerical treatment”

Jonah Lissner

Foukzon Laboratory Center for Mathematical Sciences Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Title: “Origins, Methods, and Functions of Atomic Spaces on Cantor’s Diagonal Argument”

Maria Alessandra RAGUSA

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, University of Catania

Title: “Investigation of local and nonlocal problems”

Martin Leucker

Institute for Software Engineering and Programming Languages

Title: “Verification of Neural Networks”

Massimo Lanza de Cristoforis

Department of Mathematics “Tullio Levi-Civita”, University of Padua

Title: “Nonlinear composition operators in Grand Lebesgue spaces”

Pankaj Jain

Department of Mathematics, South Asian University

Title: “Duality and Extrapolation in Function Spaces of Lebesgue Type”

Peter Csaba Ölveczky

Department of Informatics, University of Oslo

Title: “Rewriting Logic and Some of Its Applications to Distributed and Real-Time Systems”

Thomas Kühn

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Institute of Mathematics, Leipzig University

Title: “High-dimensional approximation in periodic function spaces”

Victor A. Kovtunenko

Institute for Mathematics and Scientific Computing, University of Graz

Title: “Poroelastic problem of a non-penetrating crack with cohesive contact for fluid-driven fracture”