Minisymposiums
Procedure of the submission of abstract paper for minisymposiums is via online submission system. Register by the link given under the lefthand tree (http://icaamonline.org/accounts/signup) and submit your short abstract.
If you are submitting for a minisymposium, please select talk as one of the following:

MS1: Functional analysis in interdisciplinary applications

MS2: Modern Problems of Mathematical Hydrodynamics

MS3: Actual mathematical problems in control theory

MS4: Educational and Historical Aspects of Mathematics
MS1: Functional analysis in interdisciplinary applications
Minisymposium will be organized in the framework of the Fourth International Conference on Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICAAM 2020). The meeting will be held on September 2330, 2020 (http://www.icaamonline.org/).
Organizers:
Prof. Michael V. Ruzhansky,
Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London, London, UK
Prof. Makhmud A. Sadybekov,
Head of the Department of Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Assoc. Prof. Durvudkhan Suragan, Department of Mathematics, School of Science and Technology, Astana, Kazakhstan
Emails: m.ruzhansky@imperial.ac.uk , sadybekov@math.kz, durvudkhan.suragan@nu.edu.kz
The aim of the Minisymposium FAIA
The aim of the Minisymposium FAIA is to join mathematicians working in the area of Functional analysis and its interdisciplinary applications together to share new trends of applications of Functional analysis.
In mathematics, the developments in the field of applied mathematics open new research areas in Functional analysis and vice versa.
That is why we plan this Minisymposium to provide a forum for researches and scientists to communicate their recent developments and to present their original results in various fields of Functional analysis and applied mathematics.
The Minisymposium will consist of plenary lectures and contributed oral presentations.
The main topics
The Minisymposium FAIA topics include, but are not limited to, the following research and development areas/fields:
 Theory of Functions and Functional Spaces
 Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems
 Differential and Integral Operators and Spectral Theory
MS2: Modern Problems of Mathematical Hydrodynamics
Organizer:
Prof. Vladimir P. Orlov,
Research Institute of Mathematics, Voronezh State University, Voronezh 394 018, Russia
Email: orlov_vp@mail.ru
Description of the topic of the session:
The scope of the symposium covers theoretical and applied aspects of mathematical hydrodynamics. The areas of interest include but not restricted to:
 Attractors of hydrodynamic models
 Initial boundary value problems of hydrodynamics
 Thermoviscoelastic problems of hydrodynamics
 Optimal feedback control problems of hydrodynamics
 Alphamodel hydrodynamics
 Analytical and numerical methods in hydrodynamics
MS3: Actual mathematical problems in control theory
Organizer:
Prof. Mikhail G. Dmitriev,
Federal Research Center "Computer Science and Control" of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Email: mdmitriev@mail.ru
Description of the topic of the session:
The scope of the symposium covers theoretical and applied aspects of control theory. The areas of interest include but not restricted to:
 Nonlinear and robust control

Adaptive control

Control systems with time delays

Discrete nonlinear control systems

Stochastic control systems

Variable structure control systems

Singular perturbations in control systems

Numericalanalytical methods in control problems
MS4: Educational and Historical Aspects of Mathematics
Organizers:
Prof. Ali Efdal Ozkul,
Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Head of Department of History,Head of Department of History Teaching, Director of Atatürk Principles and Revolutions Research Centre, Near East University Lefkoşa(Nicosia), Mersin 10 Turkey
Assoc. Prof. Behcet Oznacar,
Head of Department of Classroom Teaching, Near East University Lefkoşa(Nicosia), Mersin 10 Turkey
Assoc. Prof. Ahmet Guneyli,
Head of Department of Turkish Education / Turkish Teaching (Education),Near East University Lefkoşa (Nicosia), Mersin 10 Turkey
Emails: aliefdal.ozkul@neu.edu.tr, behcet.oznacar @neu.edu.tr, ahmet.guneyli@neu.edu.tr
Description of the topic of the session:
The minisymposium is directed to exchange ideas, experiences of specialists of various scientific spheres and levels of mathematics in the sphere of research and development of scientific and educational aspects, which provide training of future specialists in mathematics.
The main aim of the symposium is to attract scientists to exchange ideas, experiences, results and prospects of development of the given direction of the conference. The areas of interest include but not limited to:
 The introduction of scientific achievements on analysis, applied mathematics and other mathematics branches into the content of educational system.
 Methodical system of training of particular sections of analysis,applied mathematics and other mathematics branches.
 Scientific and methodical bases of training of future specialists in mathematics and its applications.
 Educational potential, and psychological and pedagogical bases of scientific mathematical achievements.
 Informatization of mathematics education.
 Interdisciplinary communications of mathematics.
 Informational and mathematical methods and approaches in education.
 Historical mathematical achievements and heritage in class of moderneducation.
 Critical analysis of mathematics education (teacher qualifications, materials, policy developments, curriculums).
 Comparative studies in mathematics education.
 Education technology in mathematics education.
Special issue on this subject will be organized if sufficient number of manuscripts are submitted.