Special Issue "New Challenges Arising in Engineering Problems with Fractional and Integer Order"
A special issue of Fractal and Fractional (ISSN 2504-3110).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 December 2020).
Interests: partial differential equations; analytical methods; numerical methods; ordinary differential equations; fractional calculus; epidemiological models
Interests: applied mathematics; engineering education; functional analysis with theoretical and applied
Interests: time series based on wavelets; analysis of solutions in the field of physical-mathematical models of rheological media; fractional calculus; mathematical models in economics and finance; physical-mathematical models for biological media and applications to biotechnological and medical sciences
Recently, many new models have been developed that deal with real-world problems that are seen as serious threats to the future of human kind. This comes from modeling events observed in various fields of science, such as physics, chemistry, mechanics, electricity, biology, economy, mathematical applications, and control theory. Moreover, research done on fractional ordinary or partial differential equations and other relevant topics relating to integer order have attracted the attention of experts from all over the world.
The focus of this Special Issue will be on reviewing new developments based on fractional differentiation and integration, both with respect to theoretical and numerical aspects.
This Special Issue is a place for experts to share new ideas on theories, applications, numerical and analytical methods and simulations of fractional calculus and fractional differential equations, as well as integer order. Topics of interest are defined below, and submissions relating to relevant fields are welcome.
- New analytical and numerical methods to solve partial differential equations
- Computational methods for fractional differential equations
- Analysis, modeling, and control of phenomena in the following:
- Electrical engineering;
- Fluids dynamics and thermal engineering;
- Applied sciences;
- Computer science.
- Engineering problems
- Deterministic and stochastic fractional order models
This Special Issue is organized together with the 5th International Conference on Computational Mathematics and Engineering Sciences (CMES-2020) (1–3 July 2020, Van, Turkey); hence, participants in CMES-2020 are especially welcome to submit their contributions. However, this Special Issue will accept contributions from all authors, not just conference participants.
Prof. Dr. Haci Mehmet Baskonus
Prof. Dr. Luis Manuel Sánchez Ruiz
Prof. Dr. Armando Ciancio
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