2015 Conference Programme

MATHMOD 2015 featured

Conference Programme: printed version
Book of Abstracts: printed version
Full Papers: IFAC PapersOnLine at Elsevier/ScienceDirect

Full Contribution Sessions

The MATHMOD 2015 Full Contributions were arranged in groups according to their main thematic point. Since many contributions address several different aspects in a balanced manner and the contributions show very strong interdisciplinarity, the assignment was not always distinct. According to the number of contributions, the some groups have been split up into two sessions.

  • Biological and Chemical Systems
  • Discrete Systems and Manufacturing Applications
  • Theoretical Aspects
  • Numerical and Computer Modelling
  • Environmental Systems
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Identification
  • Control Systems
  • Infinite-dimensional Systems
  • Operational Research and Planning

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Minisymposium Sessions

MATHMOD Minisymposia are devoted to a specific field within the scope of the conference. Specialists in such specific fields have been offered the opportunity to compile a minisymposium with 5 to 20 contributions, inviting appropriate authors. Minisymposia organiser emphasize a special subject, which is presented in the minsymposium and which allows participants to get an overview as well as more detailed insight into the special subject of modelling and simulation. All minisymosia contributions, Minsisymposium Full Contributions and Minisymposium Discussion Contributions, have been peer reviewed within the IFAC review system. At MATHMOD 2015 17 minisymposia were organised, which cover from one session (4 to 7 contributions) up to three sessions (maximal 15 to 20 contributions).

  • MS01: Biomathematics: What’s new?
  • MS02: Model Reduction
  • MS03: Object-Oriented Modelling, Simulation and Optimization: Models, Methods and Tools
  • MS04: Multiscale-Modelling of Transport- and Flow-Problems
  • MS05: Engineering Applications of Fractional Derivatives
  • MS06: Distributed Parameter Systems – New Methods for Modelling and Control
  • MS07: Modelling of Dynamics and Control for Mobile Robots
  • MS08: Mathematical Modelling and Control of Bio-Chemical Processes
  • MS09: Dynamics of Machines and Structures
  • MS10: Free Boundary Problems in Applications: Recent Advances in Modelling, Simulation and Optimization
  • MS11: Interdisciplinary Data based Modelling and Simulation in Health Systems Research – Theoretical Development and Real World Applications
  • MS12: Computational Methods in Modelling and Simulation of Fluid Power Systems
  • MS13: Systems of Systems Modelling, Simulation and Optimization
  • MS14: Mathematical Modelling for Nanoelectronic Coupled Problems
  • MS15: Modelling in Sport and Human Movement Science
  • MS16: Modelling and Simulation to Support Sustainable Energy Systems and Water Treatment
  • MS17: Regularization Techniques for DAEs to Improve Model Equations for the Numerical Treatment

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Discussion and Student Contributions

MATHMOD 2015 came with a novelty – MATHMOD Discussion Contributions. Contributions of this type are intended for presentations of recent developments and work in progress in all areas of modelling and simulation. MATHMOD Student Contributions are intended to present results of PhD theses or similar; the (main) author must be a student. Authors of MATHMOD 2015 Discussion Papers and MATHMOD 2015 Student Papers presented their work in a poster session.

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