1st International Conference on
“Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Computer Algebra: Applications in Engineering”
March 5th-7th, 2019 at Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
We are glad to invite the authors to submit their full length
papers directly to the “firstname.lastname@example.org”. The topics
should be related to the title of Conference.
Please See the Topics:
|Mathematical Keywords||Engineering Applications Keywords|
|Orthogonal polynomials of several variables||Optimizations|
|Orthogonal polynomials and special functions: computational aspects||Communication Systems|
|Number theory and special functions||Electro-Optics|
|Potential theory and applications to orthogonal polynomials and minimal energy||Nonlinear Wave Propagation|
|Riemann-Hilbert problems: applications to differential equations||Electromagnetic Theory|
|Riemann-Hilbert problems: orthogonal polynomials and random matrix theory||Electric Circuit Theory|
|Sobolev orthogonal polynomials||Quantum Mechanics|
|Symbolic computation and special functions||Applied Mechanics|
|Legacy of Ramanujan: mock Theta functions and mock modular forms||Heat Transfer|
|Legacy of Ramanujan: q-series and partitions||Energy Conversion|
|Legacy of Ramanujan: classical analytic number theory and classical analysis||Nuclear Engineering|
|Aspects of Painlevé equations||Solar Engineering|
|Semiclassical orthogonal polynomial||-|
|Inequalities and special functions||-|
|Symmetry and special functions||-|
|Digital mathematics libraries||-|
|Asymptotics of orthogonal polynomials||-|
|Orthogonal polynomials and moment problems||-|
|Orthogonal polynomials of the discrete variables on lattices||-|
|Numerical methods for special functions||-|
|Szegő's theorem and its generalizations||-|
|Multiple orthogonal polynomials||-|
|fractional differential equations||-|
|high-order numerical methods||-|
Title of the Book: Proceedings of the 1th International Conference on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Computer Algebra: Applications in Engineering
(The proceedings proposal of the OPSFCA-2019 is submitted to Springer for a possible publication)
This call is an invitation to contribute to proceedings of the Springer on the topic of Advanced Theory and Applications of Fractional Calculus. This book comprised Conference lecturers (Keynote and Invited talks) and other talks which the authors have given to OPSFCA-19. The main topics covered in these talks are Automatic Control; Biology; Electrical Engineering; Electronics; Electromagnetism; Electrochemistry; Finance and Economics; Fractional Dynamics; Fractional Earth Science; Fractional Filters; Fractional Order Modeling and Control in Biomedical Engineering; Fractional Phase-Locked Loops; Fractional Variational Principles; Fractional Transforms and Their Applications; Fractional Wavelet Applications to the Composite Drug Signals; History of Fractional Calculus; Image Processing; Mathematical methods; Mechanics; Physics; Special Functions Related to Fractional Calculus; Thermal Engineering; Viscoelasticity
a) The Chapter should be typed by using the LaTex file.
b) The Chapter should not exceed 25 pages.
c) Submission is a representation that the Chapter has not been published in this or any other similar form and is not currently under consideration elsewhere.
d) The Chapter should be completely connected with your presentation at the OPSFCA-19 Conference.
e) Your abstract should not exceed 150 words.
f) The Chapter should start with the title of the article and author's name(s). The author's affiliation(s) and e-mail addresses should be at the end of the article.
g) Considering the above rules and using the TEX file, please prepare your chapter and send both TEX and PDF files to any one of the Editor with the subject line “Book Chapter OPSFCA-19 ".
|Chapter submission||1 April 2019|
|Review results||1 July 2019|
|Expected publication||15 September 2019|
Special functions and Computer Algebra
Praveen Agarwal, Ivan Area, Prof. Shilpi Jain
The special issue is related to topics discussed in the context of the 1st International Conference on “Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Computer Algebra: Applications in Engineering” in March 5—7, 2019 in Anand-ICE, Jaipur, India. We invite any work that substantially extends ideas and topics presented in Jaipur.
Typical OPSFCA-2019 relevant topics are:
OPSFCA-2019 -related papers must be submitted to Praveen Agarwal at his email: email@example.com
All submitted papers will be refereed according to the usual JSC refereeing process.
To aid planning and organization, we would appreciate an email of intent to submit a paper (including author information, a tentative title and abstract, and an estimated number of pages) as early as possible.
|Submission Deadline||April 1, 2019|
|Notification of Acceptance||May 15, 2019|
|Final Version Due||May 25, 2019|
|Special Issue Publishing Date||Planned around July, 2019|
Praveen Agarwal, Anand International College of Engineering, India
Iván Area: Carracedo Departamento de Matemática Aplicada II , E..E. de Telecomunicación
Shilpi Jain: Poornima College of Engg., Jaipur, India
Orthogonal polynomials and special functions play an important role in developing
numerical and analytical methods in mathematics, physics, and engineering. Over
the past decades, this area of research has received an ever-increasing attention and
has gained a growing momentum in modern topics, such as computational
probability, numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics, data assimilation,
statistics, image and signal processing etc.
Orthogonal polynomials are crucial to the stability of high-order numerical methods, such as hp/spectral-element methods for ordinary and partial differential equations and fast Fourier or wavelet transformations in signal processing. These high-order numerical methods, originally formulated for partial differential equations, have been extended to integral, integro-differential equations, stochastic differential equations, and yet, these methods have not been well understood in various fields. The study of orthogonal polynomials and corresponding numerical methods helps us deepen our understanding of these more general mathematical models that can capture non-Gaussian, non-Markovian, and non-Newtonian phenomenon.
The purpose of this special issue is to report and review the recent developments in applications of orthogonal polynomials and special functions as numerical and analytical methods. This special issue of Communications, Ser. A1: Math. and Stat will contain contributions from leading experts in areas ranging from mathematical modeling, high-order numerical methods for differential, integral and integro-differential equations, stochastic differential equations, statistics, information and communication sciences and beyond.
The guest editors aim that the papers in this special issue will help understand the state-of-art high-order methods for models of complex systems and boost in-depth insights and discussion in a wide research community of related topics.
Prof. Praveen Agarwal, Anand-ICE, India
Prof. Shilpi Jain, Poornima College of Engineering, Jaipur, India
Prof. Ali Taheri, University of Sussex, UK
Prof. A. V. Pskhu, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Automation KBSC RAS, Russia
|Submission Deadline||April 20, 2019|
|Notification of Acceptance||May 20, 2019|
|Final Version Due||May 30, 2019|
|Special Issue Publishing Date||June 15, 2019|