Presenter: Liu Fawang
The lecture is mainly intended to introduce the experience and feelings of the scientific research on the numerical simulation of complex dynamical system and its application in Queensland University of Technology in the recent 28 years. The scientific research mainly involves: microwave heating, rapid iron making, combustion wave, moving boundary & singular perturbation, adsorbent transport, seawater immersion in the groundwater layer, review of numerical methods for fractional order model, application of fractional order model in medicine (anomalous diffusion of human brain tissues, numerical simulation of epidemic model), application of fractional order model in bio-system (numerical simulation of electrophysiological system in heart), application of viscoelastic non-Newtonian fluid, etc., and domestic and international development of fractional differential equation. It will also introduce the progress, challenges and open problems concerning the computation of fractional order.
Brief Introduction to the Presenter:
Professor Liu Fawang is a doctoral supervisor at the School of Mathematical Science, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, the leader in computational mathematics, the leader in the team of numerical methods for fractional differential equation, and an renowned overseas teacher of University of Science & Technology Beijing and Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture acknowledged by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China He has served as the editorial board member and editor in chief of several internationally renowned journals successively, and been invited to give lectures and academic reports in Brown University, University of Michigan, Oxford University, Institute of Computational Mathematics of Chinese Academy of Sciences and more than 30 universities in China. He has published more than 300 academic papers, directed more than 30 doctoral and master degree candidates, and more than 40 visiting scholars and jointly-cultivated doctoral candidates from China. Meanwhile, Professor Liu Fawang presided over multiple funds in the National Natural Science Foundation of Australia and National Natural Science Foundation of China, and won multiple outstanding achievements of Queensland University of Technology in Australia. From 2014 to 2019, he was listed in the Thomson Reuters List as a scientist whose works are frequently cited across the world.
Jiang Xiaoyun, Professor of the School of Mathematics, Shandong University
9:00-10:00, December 8 (Sunday)
Lecture Hall 1238, Block B, Zhixin Building, Central Campus
Sponsored by: School of Mathematics, Shandong University