Special sessions

New Methods and Emerging Applications in Dynamics, Networks, and Control

Monday, July 12, 16:00 ~ 21:00
16:15 ~ 16:45 Optimal control of diseases in prison populations through screening policies of new inmates
Victor Riquelme - Universidad de Chile, Chile
16:50 ~ 17:20 Extension of the Solution Set of the Bounded Finite-Time Stabilization of the Prey-Predator Model via Controllability Function
Abdon Choque-Rivero - Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, México
17:25 ~ 17:45 Nematic liquid crystals: well posedness, optical solitons and control
Constanza Sánchez Fernández de la Vega - IMAS-CONICET y DM, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, UBA, Argentina
18:00 ~ 18:30 Conviviendo con coronavirus
Juan Aparicio - INENCO, Universidad Nacional de Salta, Conicet., Argentina
18:35 ~ 19:05 Simple models for complex realities: The case of COVID-19.
Fernando Córdova Lepe - Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile
19:10 ~ 19:40 Modeling COVID-19 Transmission Dynamics and Control Strategies in Close-Contact facilities
Anuj Mubayi - Illinois State University, United States
19:50 ~ 20:20 COVID-19 epidemic scenarios based on observed key superdispersion events
Jorge Velasco-Hernandez - UNAM, Mexico
20:25 ~ 20:55 Monotonicity properties arising in a simple model of Wolbachia invasion for wild mosquito populations
Diego Vicencio - Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile
Tuesday, July 13, 16:00 ~ 21:00
16:00 ~ 16:30 Impact of vector control and the eradication of diseased plants in the Diaphorina citri-HLB pathosystem
Lilian Sofia Sepulveda-Salcedo - Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, Colombia
16:35 ~ 17:05 Carryover of a saddle-node bifurcation after transforming a parameter into a variable
Gustavo Carrero - Athabasca University, Canada
17:10 ~ 17:40 Complex Dynamics of the Interactions Between Nucleus in the Basal Ganglia
Julián Hurtado - Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, Colombia
18:20 ~ 18:50 Response to perturbations as a built-in feature in a mathematical model for paced finger tapping
Rodrigo Laje - University of Quilmes, Argentina
18:55 ~ 19:25 Ideas of maximal entropy to understand biodiversity and genomics composition of microbial communities
Alejandro Maass - Universidad de Chile, Chile
19:30 ~ 20:00 An alternative approach to overcome the ''odd number limitation'' of Pyragas stabilizability problem.
Verónica Estela Pastor - Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ingeniería, Departamento de Matemática, Argentina
20:05 ~ 20:35 Modeling Energy Markets: Advances in Networks and PWS Dynamical Systems
Gerard Olivar-Tost - Universidad de Aysén, Chile
Tuesday, July 20, 16:00 ~ 20:00
18:30 ~ 19:00 Synchronized path following for LTI systems and closed paths
Christopher Nielsen - University of Waterloo , Canada
19:05 ~ 20:00 Meeting discussion on the exposed themes


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