Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Arts and Sciences Faculty, Mathematics Department academic staff member Assist. Prof. Dr. Arran Fernandez and Mathematics Department research assistants Hafız Muhammed Fahad, Arzu Ahmadova and İsmail Hüseynov are invited to the research event of Isaac Newton Institute. The event covers a 4-month period from January to April, 2022. During the event which, is participated by global experts in the field such as Kai Diethelm, Francesco Mainardi and Igor Podlubny, studies on “Fractional Differential Equations” is to be carried out https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/fde2/
Within the scope of the event, Assist. Prof. Dr. Arran Fernandez delivered a seminar titled “On Fractional Wirtinger Derivatives for Complex Analysis” on 31 January, 2022. Assist. Prof. Dr. Fernandez is to also delivered another seminar on 11 Nisan 2022; “Semigroup Properties for Multi-dimensional Fractional Integral Operators”. On the other hand, “Deterministic and Stochastic Fractional Diﬀerential Equations and Jump Processes” workshop will be held between 22 and 25 February, 2022. During the workshop, Mathematics Department research assistants will also deliver presentations; Hafız Muhammed Fahad “Operational calculus for the Riemann--Liouville fractional derivative with respect to a function and its applications”, Arzu Ahmadova “Exponential stability and stabilization of fractional stochastic degenerate evolution equations in a Hilbert space” and İsmail Hüseyinov “Representation of harmonic functions with respect to subordinate Brownian motion”. Within the scope of the program, workshops will be organized hosting experts in their fields.
The Isaac Newton Institute is an independent international visitor research institute located next to the University of Cambridge Mathematics Faculty in Cambridge. It runs research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology. It attracts leading mathematical scientists from the UK and overseas to interact in research over an extended period of time ranging from a week to a couple of months.