In the last two-three decades, mathematical modelling has played a very significant role in various fields such as mathematics, physics, mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering (sub- and super-diffusion, control theory, etc.), mechanics, chemistry, and biology (HIV, Cancer, HCV, etc.). The modelling of biological systems is a significant task of mathematical biology which develops and uses efficient algorithms, data structures, visualization, and communication tools. Addition to this, the extensive applications of fractional calculus in engineering and sciences research on fractional ordinary or partial differential equations and other relative topics is active and extensive around the world.
The goal of this symposium is to bring together creative and active researchers with theoretical analysis and numerical tools, to discuss recent developments in applications of standard and fractional order models. The memory property of fractional differentiation contributes to a better and profound understanding of the dynamics of real world models, namely of control theory, biological population problems. Stochastic and deterministic models and co-infection models, as well as computational models, are also welcome in this session.
International Symposium on Fractional Calculus, Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulations (FCMMNS 2020) solicits high quality unpublished original research paper in the following track but not limited to-
Submission to this track must write FCMMNS wihtin square bracket in the title of the paper. For example, the paper title is "An investigation on Fractional Calculus in Bioinformatics [FCMMNS]". Otherwise, the submitted paper will be considered in the general submission for CoMSO 2020.Submit paper