Public Lecture: Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations: Analytical and Numerical Approaches in the Simplest Model of Chemotaxis
Online Public Lecture
February 26th, 2021, 5:00 PM (TJT, GMT+5)
UCA is holding an online Public Lecture on Friday, February 26th, 5:00 PM
TJT (GMT+5) on “Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations: Analytical and Numerical Approaches in the Simplest Model of Chemotaxis”
. The lecture will be streamed online in English Zoom
Associate Professor, Math and Natural Sciences, UCA Khorog
Partial differential equations (PDE), especially nonlinear PDE have plenty of applications in real life. Mathematicians can prove the existence and uniqueness of solution of nonlinear PDE, but it is not easy to find the exact solution of nonlinear PDE. There are different numerical approaches to approximate the solution of Dirichlet, Neumann and other problems for nonlinear PDEs and there are also different approaches to find the analytical solutions of nonlinear PDEs. We will discuss the finite difference method for Dirichlet problem and some automodelling solutions (particular analytical solutions) of the simplest chemotaxis model. Namely, we analyze the finite difference schemes for Dirichlet problem in the one dimensional case and automodelling solutions in the n-dimensional case.
Kholiknazar Kuchakshoev’s research interest are fractional PDEs, numerical analysis of nonlinear PDEs and analytical solutions of nonlinear PDEs. Prior to joining UCA, he has taught Maths at the Russian-Tajik (Slavonic) University and Moscow State University affiliate in Dushanbe. Kuchakshoev also worked as a science researcher with the Institute of Mathematics in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. He holds a PhD in Mathematics from the Institute of Mathematics in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
Prof. Ramzan Ali, Math and Natural Sciences, UCA-Khorog
Meeting ID: 882 9826 7615
The online lecture will be delivered in English.
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