Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus

Institute of Mathematics of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

Belarusian State University

Belarussian-Russian University

XIX International Scientific Conference on Differential Equations

ERUGIN'S READINGS-2019

About conference

With great pleasure Organizing Committee invite you to participate in XIX International Scientific Conference on Differential Equations “Erugin’s readings – 2019”. The conference will be held at theBelarussian-Russian University, Mogilev, May 14-17, 2019.

The conference’s work will be organized in several sections:

  1. Analytical theory of differential equations;
  2. Asymptotic theory of differential equations;
  3. Qualitative theory of differential equations;
  4. Stability theory and theory of motion control;
  5. Partial differential equations;
  6. Integral and differential operators and equations;
  7. Differential equations and their applications;
  8. Technique of teaching of differential equations.

The working languages of the conference will be Russian, English and Belarusian.

The scientific program of the conference will include:

  • plenary lectures (30-60 min);
  • section lectures (15 min).

Program Committee

  1. Izobov N.A. – academician of NAS of Belarus, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk (Chairman)
  2. Lustenkov M.E. – Professor, rector of Belarussian-Russian University, Mogilev (Co-chairman)
  3. Laptinskii V.N. — Professor, ITN, NAS of Belarus, Mogilev (Co-chairman)
  4. Amel’kin V.V. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  5. Antonevich A.B. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  6. Borukhov V.T. — professor, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk
  7. Volkov V.M. – D.Sc. in physics and mathematics, BSU, Minsk
  8. Gladkov A.L. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  9. Grin A.A. – D.Sc. in physics and mathematics, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Grodno
  10. Gromak V.I. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  11. Demenchuk A.K. – D.Sc. in physics and mathematics, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk
  12. Zabreiko P.P – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  13. Knyazhishche L.B. – D.Sc. in physics and mathematics, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk
  14. Korzyuk V.I. – academician of NAS of Belarus, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  15. Kostyukova O.I. – professor, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk
  16. Levakov A.A. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  17. Mazanik S.A. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  18. Makarov E.K. – professor, IM NAS of Belarus, Minsk
  19. Martynov I.P. – professor, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Grodno
  20. Metelsky A.V. – professor, Belarusian National Technical University, Minsk
  21. Mironenko V.I. – professor, Francisk Skorina Gomel State University, Gomel
  22. Sadovskii A.P. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk
  23. Tsegelnik V.V. – professor, Minsk
  24. Yurchuk N.I. – professor, Belarusian State University, Minsk

International Committee

  1. Astashova Irina, Lomonosov Moscow state University, Russian Federation
  2. Bibikov Youry, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  3. Zhabko Alexey, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  4. Zubov Aphanasy, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  5. Kiguradze Ivan,  Mathematical Institute of I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Republic of Georgia
  6. Niezabitowski Michał, Silesian University of Technology, Republic of Poland
  7. Pilugin Sergey, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  8. Popova Svetlana, Udmurt State University, Russian Federation
  9. Romanovsky Valery,University of Maribor, Republic of Slovenia
  10. Świerniak Andrzej, Silesian University of Technology, Republic of Poland
  11. Sergeev Igor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation
  12. Sobolevsky Stanislav, New York University, United States of America
  13. Czornik Adam, Silesian University of Technology, Republic of Poland
  14. Kharitonov Vladimir, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  15. Şubă Alexandru, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Republic of Moldova

Organizing Committee

Chairman:

Makovetsky I.I. – Assosiate Profeccor, Dean of Faculty of Economics, Belarussian-Russian University, Mogilev

Vice-chairman:

Rogolev D.V. – Assosiate Profeccor, Belarussian-Russian University, Mogilev

Zamuraev V.H. – Associate Professor, Head of Department of Higher Matematics, Belarussian-Russian University, Mogilev

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Requirements For Preparing Materials

Abstract should contain at most 2 pages. We provide guidelines for preparing papers for the Conferences using LaTeX.

Papers should be send by e-mail erugin@bru.by as standard LaTeX and PDF files. The names of the files (*.tex, *.pdf) concerning your abstract are to consist of the number of section, the last name and the initial of the first name (for example, 6DoeJ.tex, 6DoeJ.pdf for the abstract from John Doe in Section 6).

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Phone: +375 44 711-76-97
E-mail: erugin@bru.by

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{\bf П.П. Иванов, Б.Б. Петров, В.В. Сидоров, Г.Г. Васин}
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Рассмотрим линейную дифференциальную систему
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с ограниченными бесконечно дифференцируемыми на полуоси $[t_0,+\infty)$ коэффициентами и отрицательными характеристическими показателями $\lambda_1(A)\le\lambda_2(A)<0,$ а также нелинейной дифференциальной системы
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\dot{y}=A(t)y+f(t,y),\quad y\in\mathbb{R}^2,\quad t\ge t_0,\eqno(2)
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(точное значение постоянной $\beta$ вычислено в [5]).
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1. Коровин С.\,К., Изобов Н.\,А. {\it Об эффекте Перрона смены знака характеристических показателей Ляпунова решений дифференциальных систем} // Дифференциальные уравнения. 2010. Т.~46. \textnumero~10. C.~1388--1402.
2. Горбузов В.\,Н. {\it Интегралы дифференциальных систем}. Гродно: ГрГУ, 2006.
3. Болтянский В.\,Г. {\it Математические методы оптимального управления}. М.: Наука, 1966.
4. Qin S.\,J., Badgwell T.\,A. {\it An overview of industrial model predictive control technology} // Fifth International Conference on Chemical Process Control, J.\,C.\,Kantor, C.\,E.\,Garcia, and B.\,Carnahan eds. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1996. P.\,232--256.
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Important info

Material submission

To participate in the conference, it is necessary to submit the Registration form and send an abstract of your talk by March 1, 2018.

The Organizing Committee will publish the Proceedings by the beginning of the conference. All abstracts accepted after reviewing will be included in the conference program and will be published only upon registration fee payment.

The Conference Committee can reject abstracts which do not match the Conference sections or preparation rules or without payment Registration fee till March 20, 2018.

Registration Fees includes:

  • Admittance to the opening and closing ceremonies.
  • Admittance to all scientific sessions.
  • Conference materials.
  • Coffee breaks.

Participants cover all expense for their travel, food and accommodation.

The registration fee for the Conference is equivalent to: