Loading Events

The next meeting of the seminar of the Department of

Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Analysis

will be held on March 6, 2023, Monday, at 2:00 pm in Room 503

of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics.

A talk on

Fractional models with applications to infectious diseases dynamics and control theory

will be delivered by
Faïçal Ndaïrou, postdoc fellow under the PICOM program.
Abstract. In this talk, I will start by presenting some recent models of fractional calculus and their connection to previously introduced in the litterature. Mainly, I will focus on fractional models with general analytic kernel as they include many existing operators as particular cases. Then, as an application, a detail analysis of a fractional mathematical model of COVID–19 transmission dynamics reflecting realities of Portugal, Spain and Wuhan is given. Finally, a derivation of  Pontryagin Maximum Principle (PMP) for fractional optimal control problems involving distributed order fractional derivatives is considered.


Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

Go to Top