EMU Represented at Giant Mathemathics Conference in France
Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Özarslan participated in “The 2nd Mediterranean International Conference of Pure & Applied Mathematics and Related Areas (MICOPAM 2019)” as an honorary invited speaker. The conference took place for the second time this year at Paris, the capital of France, between 28th and 30th August 2019 and 100 academicians who are specialized in mathematics made presentations. The conference was organized by d’Evry Val d’Essonne University lecturer Prof. Dr. Abdelmejid Bayad who is known for winning France Sciences Academy Award. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Özarslan who represented EMU made a presentation at the conference titled “Delta-Gould-Hopper Appell Polynomials”. The participants followed Prof. Dr. Özarslan’s presentation with big interest. MICOPAM 2019 is known for gathering world’s leading scientists who conduct research on pure and applied mathematics.
World’s Leading Mathematicians
Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Özarslan had the privilege to be amongst the 9 important scientists who received a special invitation to MICOPAM 2019. Prof. Dr. Özarslan delivered a presentation alongside with famous names like Prof. Dr. Gradimir V. Milovanovic (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts) who is one of the most important mathematicians of Serbia), editor of one of the most prestigious academic publication in the world and again one of the leading mathematicians in Serbia, Prof. Dr. Branko Malesevic (University of Belgrade), Prof. Dr. Marc-Antoine Coppo (Université Côte d’Azur), Prof. Dr. Daeyoul Kim (Chonbuk National University), Prof.Dr. Isabel Cação, (University of Aveiro), Prof. Dr. Alan Filipin (University of Zagreb).
The d’Evry Val d’Essonne University was found in 1991 and became a full member of Groups of Universities and Institutions (ComUE) “University Paris-Saclay”. This foundation consists of universities, schools and research institutions that are stationed at South France. d’Evry Val d’Essonne University holds 15% of the total research done in France. Also, with the merge, University Paris-Saclay became a giant institution with 2 Nobel Prizes, 6 field medals, over 20 sciences Academy award, 65 thousand students and an institution that produces 15 thousand academic papers per year. The university which is amongst the top 100 universities in the World aims to become one of the top 20 universities in the World next year.