المؤتمر الفلسطيني السادس للتوجهات الحديثة في الرياضيات والفيزياء



International Advisory Committee


 is professor emeritus at University Paris-Sud (Orsay, France), and advisor of the “Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie” (AUF). From 2009 to 2013 she has been the Counselorfor Science and Technology at the Embassy of France in Washington, after having served for 5 years as Vice-President for International Affairs of the University Paris-Sud. A Fellow of the American Physical Society and of the European Physical Society, she had responsibilities in numerous international organizations (AUF, IUPAP, UNESCO), where she has mostly been in charge of actions with developing countries.

Dr. Suzor-Weiner, a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, has authored or co-authored 98 articles in the field of Atomic and Molecular Physics and Optics. 

 

 

 José Luis López-Bonilla

 

obtained his Ph D in Theoretical Physics (1982) by National Polytechnic (IPN), Mexico city. He is Researcher on Mathematical Methods Applied to Engineering in the ‘Higher School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering’, IPN, and an Editorial Board Member of  Palestine Journal of Mathematics; Global  Engineers and Technologist Review; J. of Interpolation and Approximation in Scientific Computing; Int. J. of Chemoinformatics and Chemical Engineering; IUG J. of Natural and Engineering Studies and Int. J. of Applied Mathematics and Machine Learning.

 
 
 
 
 
 Roberto Raimondi

 

Department of Mathematics and Physics, Roma Tre University

He got his PhD in Physics, University Roma “La Sapienza”. His research activity in Condensed Matter Theory has focused on the fields of

a) Spintronics and spin-orbit coupled systems;

b) Disordered Electrons Systems;

c) Superconducting Hybrid Mesoscopic Systems;

d) Strongly Correlated Systems.

He  has published about 95 papers (from WOS: 2211 citations, h-index 26). He has also coauthored a book and written four book chapters.

For more information follow this link

https://sites.google.com/a/personale.uniroma3.it/robertoraimondi/

 

 Robert  Wisbauer

 

 Name, Title   Robert  Wisbauer, Prof. i.R., Dr.

Date, place of birth    September 14, 1941, Regen

Address    Heinrich Heine University, 40225 Dusseldorf

 E-mail wisbauer@math.uni-duesseldorf.de

 Education and employment

Study                  Mathematics  and Physics in Wurzburg 1962-1968

                            University of Edinburgh 1966-1967

                             promotion (PhD) in Dusseldorf 1971

                             Habilitation in Dusseldorf 1977

Employment      University Dusseldorf since 1969

                              exchange scientist Moscow State University, Jan.-Sept. 1973

                               visiting professor University Nantes, France, April-May 1978

                               UC Santa Barbara, USA, Sept.-Dec. 1986

                               Kazan University, GUS, Sept. 2013

adjunct professor            KFUPM, Dharan, Saudi Arabia 2008-2010

Conference and workshop   coorganizer

Oberwolfach 1993; Hanoi (Vietnam) 1997; Mainz 2005; Cairo (Egypt) 2006; Sharjah (Emirates) 2010 and 2015; Fez (Marocco) 2014; Isfahan (Iran).

Web page: www.math.uni-duesseldorf.de/∼wisbauer/

 

 Ulrich Eckern

 

 Personal Details

Year of Birth:

1952

Address:

Institute of Physics, University of Augsburg, 86135 Augsburg

E-mail:

ulrich.eckern@physik.uni-augsburg.de

Homepage:

http://www.physik.uni-augsburg.de/theo2/

 

Scientific Career

1970-1975

Study of Physics, University of Dortmund, Diploma 1975

1979

PhD, University of Karlsruhe

1980-1982

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

1982-1989

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Karlsruhe

1984

Habilitation (Physics), University of Karlsruhe

1989-1990

Heisenberg Fellow (German Research Foundation (DFG))

1990-1993

Senior Scientist, Research Center Karlsruhe

since 1993

Professor (Chair) for Theoretical Physics II, University of Augsburg

 

Miscellaneous

1980-1981

NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship

1989

Walter Schottky Prize for Solid State Research (with G. Schön and W. Zwerger)

1998-2011

Editor in Chief, Annalen der Physik

2000-2006

Member of the Council, German Physical Society

from 2003

Coordinator of ECCE Birzeit (www.physik.uni-augsburg.de/ifk/ecce)

2008

Outstanding Referee, American Physical Society

2012-2019

Member of the  DFG Review Board 307: Condensed Matter Physics

2012

Fellow, American Physical Society

2012-2015

Chair of the Division "Low Temperatures" of the German Physical Society

 

Research Areas

Theory of superconductivity and super fluid Helium; unconventional superconductors near interfaces; quantum mechanics and dissipation: Josephson junctions and networks; phase coherence in mesoscopic systems: disorder and electron-electron interaction; one dimensional models and quasi-one dimensional materials; charge and spin transport: disorder and finite-size effects; density functional

 

 Peter V. Coveney

 

 Prof Peter V. Coveney holds a chair in Physical Chemistry, is an Honorary Professor in Computer Science at University College London (UCL) and is Professor Adjunct at Yale University School of Medicine (USA). He is Director of the Centre for Computational Science (CCS) and of the Computational Life and Medical Sciences Network (CLMS) at UCL. Coveney is active in a broad area of interdisciplinary research including condensed matter physics and chemistry, materials science, as well as life and medical sciences in all of which high performance computing plays a major role. He has led many large scale projects, including the EPSRC RealityGrid e-Science Pilot Project (2001-05); he is also PI on several current grants from EPSRC and other agencies. He has been the recipient of many US NSF and DoE as well as European supercomputing awards (from DEISA and PRACE), which provide access to several petascale computers. Coveney chairs the UK Collaborative Computational Projects Steering Panel and has served on program committees of many conferences, including the 2002 Nobel Symposium on Self-Organization.  He has published more than 350 scientific papers and co-authored two best-selling books (The Arrow of Time and Frontiers of Complexity, both with Roger Highfield) and is lead author of the first textbook on Computational Biomedicine (Oxford University Press, 2014). Coveney is a founding member of the UK Government’s E-Initiative Leadership Council and a Medical Academy Nominated Expert to the UK Prime Minister's Council for Science and Technology on Data, Algorithms and Modelling which has led to the creation of the London based Turing Institute. 
 
 
 

 

Saber Elaydi

 

 

Elaydi received his PhD in 1978 from the University of Missouri-Columbia with specialty in dynamical systems. In 1989 he joined Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and served as the chair of the department of mathematics for 11 years, and in 2017, he became the Murchison Distinguished Professor. In the academic year 2000-2001, he was a Fulbright scholar at Birzeit University. In 2017, Elaydi receive the prestigious the Aulbach (life-time) achievement Award from the International Society of Difference Equations for his significant contributions to difference equations and discrete dynamical systems and applications to biology. In 1990, he started working exclusively on difference equations and discrete dynamical systems.He wrote two books presenting these two disciplines, An Introduction to Difference Equations, now in its third edition (2005) and Discrete Chaos, now in its second edition (2008). Elaydi wanted to establish a research community working on difference equations. His efforts were instrumental in the birth of the international society of difference equations (ISDE)in 2001 at ICDEA 6 in Augsburg and now he is The vice-president (2017-). In 2000, Elaydi began his journey to mathematical biology where he developed new mathematical theory and utilized it to address some biological questions, particularly in ecology. And in 2006, he cofounded (with Cushing) the journal of biological dynamics (JBD). He has traveled around the globe promoting international cooperation, diversity and understanding. He has served as Vice-President of the International Society of Education, Kyoto, Japan, Vice-Chairman of the European Committee for establishing a center of excellence in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Birzeit University, President of the International Society of Difference Equations (ISDE), and member of the Board of Directors, the International Society of Difference Equations, 2001- present.
 
 
 
 
 Jim Michael Cushing  Department of Mathematics  Interdisciplinary Program in Applied Mathematics 

University of Arizona 

 

 Education

B.A. Magnum cum laude (Mathematics), University of Colorado, Boulder CO, 1964  Ph.D. (Applied Mathematics), University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1968

Professional Positions

1979-present:     Professor, University of Arizona 

2013-present:     Fellow of the Americal Mathematical Society

2013-2014:         Vice President of the International Society of Difference Equations

2009-2013:         President of the International Society of Difference Equations

2002-2005:         Associate Head for Computing 

1999:                   Visiting Professor, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand 

1983-1984:         Associate Head, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona 

1973-1979:         Associate Professor, University of Arizona 

1978-1979:         Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, University of Tubingen, Germany 

1971-1972:         IBM Postdoctoral Fellow, Yorktown Heights, New York 

1968-1973:         Assistant Professor, University of Arizona 

1967-1968:         Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland 

1964-1967:         NDEA Fellow, University of Maryland

Editorial Boards

Journal of Biological Dynamics (editor-in-chief) Journal of Difference Equations and Applications (editor) Natural Resource Modeling (senior advisory council) Journal of Dynamics and Games (editor) Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena (editor) Nonlinear Studies (editor) Publications

For a listing of publications, go to:  http://math.arizona.edu/~cushing/index.html

Member of

American Mathematical Society  SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics)  Society for Mathematical Biology  Resource Modeling Association  International Society of Difference Equations

 
 
 
 

 

Edriss S. Titi

 

 

the holder of the Arthur Owen Professorship of Mathematics in Texas A&M University, since 2014. Since 2003 he is also a Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Moreover, he is Professor Emeritus in the University of California, Irvine, where he used to hold (1988-2013) a joint appointment in the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Professor Titi was the Orson Anderson Distinguished Visiting Scholar (1997-1998) at the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP) and the Stanislaw M. Ulam Distinguished Visiting Scholar (2002-2003) at the Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS) in the LANL. In 2004 he was elected Fellow of the Institute of Physics, UK. In 2009 he received the Humboldt Research Award for Senior U.S. Scientists, from the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation, Germany; and also received the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Prize on Best Paper in Partial Differential Equations.In 2012 he was selected as a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM Fellow), and a Fellow of the Inaugural Class of the American Mathematical Society (AMS).In 2013 he received the Ciênciasem Fronteiras - Science without Boundaries Scholarship, by the Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico (CNPq), Brazil. In 2017 he was a Senior Simons Professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences, and in 2018 he will be the Gaspard Monge Distinguished Visiting Professor at École Polytechnique – Paris. He has also received the Einstein Visiting Fellow award, from theEinstein Stiftung/Foundation, Berlin, (2018-2020). The research of Edriss S. Titi in applied and computational mathematics lies at the interface between rigorous applied analysis and physical applications. Most of his work has been focused on the development of analytical and computational techniques for investigating nonlinear phenomena. Specifically, in studying the Euler and the Navier-Stokes equations of incompressible fluids, and other related nonlinear partial differential equations. Such equations arise as models in a wide range of applications in nonlinear science and engineering. The applications include, but are not limited to, fluid mechanics, geophysics, turbulence, chemical reactions, nonlinear fiber optics, and control theory.
 
 
 
 

To be continued ....