RUDN: DFDE-2022, conference of leading mathematicians ended at RUDN University

July 5, RUDN University hosted the Ninth International Conference on Differential and Functional Differential Equations (DFDE-2022), a satellite of the International Congress of Mathematicians 2022, which takes place on July 6-14.
200 mathematicians — leading experts in the field of differential and functional-differential equations from Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Italy, USA, France and South Korea made reports on the latest achievements in this field, as well as topical applications. The DFDE conference is the largest regular conference in Russia in the field of differential equations and their applications.

“All conferences since the first conference in 1994, have been interdisciplinary. In addition to differential equations, the DFDE-2022 conference considered the latest achievements in related areas of mathematics that can have a significant impact on the development of differential equations: in mathematical physics, in the theory of dynamical systems and in the spectral theory of operators, as well as in applications to plasma theory, hydrodynamics , mathematical modeling in medicine, and others,” said Alexander Skubachevsky, scientific director of the RUDN University Mathematical Institute, professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation.

Outstanding mathematicians spoke at the DFDE-2022 conference at RUDN University, including 7 invited speakers of International Mathematical Congresses of different years, 3 Academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences and 9 Corresponding Members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, including:

Sergey Novikov — laureate of the Lenin and Fields Prizes, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, with a report “Nonlinear waves and solitons”;
Dmitry Treschev — Director of the Steklov Mathematical Institute, RAS, Academician of the RAS, with a report “Linearization by means of function parameter”;
Iskander Taimanov — Head of Department of the Institute of the Sobolev Mathematical Institute, RAS, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, with a report “Singularities of solutions to soliton equations represented by L,A,B-triples and the zero level discrete spectra of L-operators”;
Loran Veron — professor at the University of Tours (France), with a report “Singular boundary value problems for mixed quasilinear equations”.

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