The 2nd Mediterranean International Conference of Pure&Applied Mathematics and Related Areas

Paris-France, August 28 – 31, 2019

The 2nd Mediterranean International Conference of Pure&Applied Mathematics and Related Areas (MICOPAM 2019) was held in Paris, France on August 28-31, 2019.

MICOPAM 2019 was organized by Professors Abdelmejid Bayad (Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne, France), Yilmaz Simsek (Akdeniz University, Turkey) and Mustafa Alkan (Akdeniz University, Turkey).

Invited Speakers of MICOPAM 2019

Aim and Scopus of MICOPAM 2019

  • The aim of the conference is to bring together leading scientists of the pure and applied mathematics and related areas to present their researches, to exchange new ideas, to discuss challenging issues, to foster future collaborations and to interact with each other.
  • This conference welcomes speakers whose talk or poster contents are mainly related to the following areas:
  • Mathematical Analysis
  • Algebra and Analytic Number Theory
  • Combinatorics and Probability
  • Pure and Applied Mathematics & Statistics
  • Recent Advances in General Inequalities on Pure & Applied Mathematics and Related Areas
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Fractional Calculus and Its Applications
  • Polynomials and Orthogonal systems
  • Special numbers and Special functions
  • Q-theory and Its Applications
  • Approximation Theory and Optimization
  • Extremal problems and Inequalities
  • Integral Transformations, Equations and Operational Calculus
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Geometry and Its Applications
  • Numerical Methods and Algorithms
  • Scientific Computation
  • Mathematical Methods and computation in Engineering
  • Mathematical Geosciences

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    Conference Group Photo of MICOPAM 2019

    Conference Group Photo of MICOPAM 2019

    Note: During the dates of MICOPAM 2019, a great number of excellent oral and poster presentations was made by 65 participants from 16 different countries (Algeria, Canada, Croatia, France, India, Jordan, Nigeria, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey). The names of all participants are listed below:

    Participant List of MICOPAM 2019

    (The following list was sorted alphabetically by speaker’s first name)
    OrderFirst and Last NameUniversity/InstitutionCountryPresentation TypePresentation Title
    1Abdelmejid BayadUniversité d’Evry Val d’EssonneFranceOrganizerNone
    2Ahmet Sinan CevikKing Abdulaziz UniversitySaudi ArabiaOralNew constructions on a special type of General products over monoids
    3Alan FilipinZagreb UniversityCroatiaOralThe extension of some Diophantine triples
    4Ángel GiménezUniversidad Miguel Hernández de ElcheSpainOralStability analysis of a generalized TCP-RED algorithm for Internet congestion control
    5Aynur UysalDogus UniversityTurkeyOralφ(Ric)-vector fields on almost pseudo Ricci symmetric manifolds
    6Ayoub OtmaniUniversity of Rouen NormandyFranceOralOn trapdoor functions from error-correcting codes
    7Branko MaleševićUniversity of BelgradeSerbiaOralAutomated inequality proving and applications
    8Büşra AlAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralSome Relations Between Partition and Fibonacci Numbers
    9Cemaliye KürtEastern Mediterranean UniversityTurkeyOralBivariate h-Mittag-Leffler Functions with 2D-h-Laguerre-Konhauser Polynomials corresponding h-fractional operators
    10Daeyeoul KimChonbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaOralDivisor functions and polygon shape number
    11Chouaib KhattouÉcole Normale Supérieure de KoubaAlgeriaListenerNone
    12Dmitry KruchininTomsk State Unversity of Control Systems and RadioelectronicsRussiaOral1-) Application of the method of compositae in combinatorial generation2-) Solution for a functional equation B(x) = H(xB(x)^r)
    13Dong Kyu KimKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaOralA generalization of S-Noetherian rings
    14Dong LiangYork UniversityCanadaOralMass-Preserving High-Order Characteristic Finite Volume Scheme for Convection Diffusion Equations and Environmental Computations
    15Emre DemirAntalya Bilim UniversityTurkeyOral1-) Recurrent Process on Appointing an Aid Site: A Case for Airports2-) Relationship Between Traffic Intensity and Pavement Deflections
    16Erhan AtaDumlupınar UniversityTurkeyOralKinematic Parallel Surfaces
    17Erkan AğyüzGaziantep UniversityTurkeyOralOn q-Bernstein-Schurer Polynomials
    18Fadila LeslousUniversité Mouloud MammeriAlgeriaOralDetermining a Global Optimum of a Nonconvex Function in Rn Box
    19Füsun YalçınAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralInvestigation of Air Quality Index by Spatial Data Analysis: a Case Study on Turkey
    20Gizem BaranEastern Mediterranean UniversityTurkeyOralRecurrence Relations and Difference Equation for the w-Multiple Charlier Polynomials
    21Graça TomazPolytechnic of GuardaPortugalOralSome remarkable combinatorial relations based on methods of hypercomplex function theory
    22Gradimir V. MilovanovićSerbian Academy of Sciences and ArtsSerbiaOralOrthogonality on the Semicircle in the Complex Plane and Quadrature Formulas
    23Hafidha SebbaghHigh School on Applied SciencesAlgeriaOralThe multiplicity of positive solutions for a class of quasilinear boundary value problems
    24Ho ParkDongguk UniversitySouth KoreaListenerNone
    25Hussein MourtadaUniversité Paris 7FranceOralArc spaces and partition identities
    26Hyungyu AhnChonbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaOralApplications of generating functions derived from Möbius-Bernoulli numbers
    27Irigo Edouard ZiboInstitut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen NormandieFranceOralMinimal time synthesis for nonlinear Bloch model in quantum dots
    28Isabel CaçãoUniversity of AveiroPortugalOralOn hypercomplex orthogonal polynomials
    29Ismail Naci CangulUludag UniversityTurkeyOralNew Topological Results on Omega Invariant
    30İlkay ElidemirEastern Mediterranean UniversityTurkeyOralGenerating Functions and Difference Equations for ω-Multiple Meixner Polynomials
    31İrem KüçükoğluAlanya Alaaddin Keykubat UniversityTurkeyOralCombinatorial sums arising from integral representations for certain families of combinatorial numbers and polynomials
    32Ji Suk SoChonbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaOralRemarks and Observations On Combinatorial and Changhee Numbers and Polynomials
    33Jung Wook LimKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaPosterSome annihilator conditions in generalized composite Hurwitz rings
    34Kulbhushan SinghSri Ramswaroop Memorial UniversityIndiaOralFinding a Quintic spline for solving Cauchy Initial Value Problem
    35Mahmoud DarAssiPrinces Sumaya University for TechnologyJordanOralMathematical Analysis of a discrete SEIR epidemic model with treatment
    36Malesela KekanaTshwane University of TechnologySouth AfricaOralAccuracy tests on built-in
    algorithms from Mathematica
    applied to the chaotic system
    37Marc-Antoine CoppoUniversité Côte d’AzurFranceOralAlternative series involving multiple zeta values
    38Marija StanicUniversity of KragujevacSerbiaOralAnti-Gaussian quadrature rule for trigonometric polynomials
    39Mario KrnićUniversity of ZagrebCroatiaOralJensen-type operator inequalities for bounded, Lipschitzian and higher order convex functions
    40Mehmet Ali ÖzarslanEastern Mediterranean UniversityTurkeyOralΔh-Gould-Hopper Appell Polynomials
    41Mehmet BozerEastern Mediterranean UniversityTurkeyOralLinking Bernoulli and Euler Polynomials and their interpolation problem
    42Mihaela Ribicic PenavaUniversity of OsijekCroatiaOralGeneralizations of Ostrowski type inequalities via Hermite polynomials
    43Minjae KwonKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaOralStar global dimension of power series rings over w-coherent rings
    44Min-Soo KimKyungnam UniversitySouth KoreaOralOn p-adic multiple Barnes-Euler zeta functions and the corresponding log gamma functions
    45Mitat UysalDogus UniversityTurkeyOralOptimal Curve Fitting Model Using Nature Inspired Optimization Algorithm
    46Mustafa AlkanAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralSequences on an integral domain
    47Natália RegoPolytechnic Institute of Cávado and AvePortugalOralSemi-direct product of universal α-central extensions of Hom-Leibniz algebras
    48Natthawut BunlueChiang Mai UniversityThailandOralBest Proximity Point Results for Proximal Nonexpansive Multivalued Mappings on starshaped sets
    49Neslihan KılarAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralRelations Between Apostol-Type Polynomials and Combinatorial Numbers
    50Nurfer ÇizmeciAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralAnalysis of the Students’ Attitudes Towards Math and Geometry Courses by Using Exploratory Factor Analysis
    51Olivier RuattaUniversité de LimogesFranceOralRank codes based cryptography
    52Ortaç ÖneşAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOral1-) Dual Zariski Topology related to Ideals of a Ring2-) A Generalization of Prime Ideals in a Commutative Ring
    53Özge ÖzerAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralComparison of Physico-Mechanical Properties of Clova and Lyca Marbles in Akçay (Antalya) Region by Using Independent T-test Statistics Method
    54Rachid ChailiUniversity of Sciences and Technology of OranAlgeriaOralIterate problem in Roumieu spaces of systems of interior and boundary differential operators
    55Rahime Dere PaçinAlanya Alaaddin Keykubat UniversityTurkeyOralA note on q-associated polynomials
    56Salisu IbrahimNorthwest UniversityNigeriaOralDegree Reduction of Bézier Curves with Chebyshev Weighted G3-Continuity
    57Mohammed SeddikUniversity of Paris SaclayFranceOralOn cubic Thue equations and the indices of algebraic integers in cubic fields
    58Seung Min LeeKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaOralA generalization of Hurwiz polynomial rings-Gaussain polynomial rings
    59Shariful AlamIndian Institute of Engineering Science and TechnologyIndiaOralA new approach to solve multi-attribute decision making problems by logarithmic operational laws in interval neutrosophic environment
    60Soyoon BakKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaPosterHigh-order time discretization schemes for simulation of the Burgers’ equations
    61Sungho YooChonbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaOralPolygon shape numbers derived from restricted divisor functions
    62Sunmi JungKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaPosterA note on Ruled Submanifolds in Minkowski Space with Gauss map
    63Sunyoung BuHongik UniversitySouth KoreaPosterAn enhanced algorithm for non-convex cost function in machine learning
    64Yılmaz ŞimşekAkdeniz UniversityTurkeyOralCombinatorial Numbers Arising from Two Parametric Apostol-Type Polynomials
    65Yonghyeon JeonKyungpook National UniversitySouth KoreaListenerNone