Participants, Communications and Talks

 
   
 

 

AT THE JORNADAS OF IMM we have fostered traditionally the oral communications for every participant. This is also our intention at the Mathematical Models in Medicine, Business & Engineering Conference . Invited Conferences of 45 minutes (plus 5 minutes for questions), approximately, are programmed as well as shorter communications (twenty minutes plus five minutes for questions) for the rest of the participants.


INVITED TALKS:

The following researchers have confirmed their participation:

*    Benito Chen-Charpentier (University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, U.S.A.), Modeling random effects on biofilm growth in porous media.

*    Matthias Ehrhardt (Institut fur Mathematik, Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany), Finite volume methods for the simulation of PEM fuel cells

*    Magdy El-Tawill (Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering Mathematics Dept., Giza, Egypt) Stochastic Systems: Applications Point of View.

*    Luigi Preziosi (Department of Mathematics, Politecnico di Torino, Italy),
Mathematical models of tumour growth

*    Virginie Rondeau (INSERM EMI, Bioestatistique, Universite Victor Segalen, Bordeaux, France),
Statistical models for recurring events and death: application on cancer events.

*    Rachad Shoucri (Royal Military College of Canada),
Mathematical modelling of the active force of the myocardium.

*    Francisco Solis (Centro de Investigacion en Matematica, Guanajuato, Mexico), Modeling the pursuit in natural systems: A call for Interdisciplinary Modeling.

*    Silvia Jerez (Centro de Investigacion en Matematica, Guanajuato, Mexico), An Upwind-Lax-Wendroff method to model blood flow in the Aorta Artery.

 
   
 

 

ACCEPTED COMMUNICATIONS

The following communications have been accepted as short talks (20 minutes):

SESSION: MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN MEDICINE,

1)    L. M. Abia, O. Angulo, and J. C. López-Marcos, Numerical study on the proliferation cells fraction of a tumour cord model.

2)    C. Santamaría, B. García-Mora, E. Navarro, and G. Rubio , Modeling bladder cancer using a Markov process with two absorbing states.

3)    L. Álvarez, F. J. de Cos Juez, F. Sánchez, and J. A. Álvarez, Artificial neural networks applied to cancer detection in a breast screening programme.

4)    M.-J. Rodríguez-Álvarez, F. Sánchez, A. Soriano, and A. Iborra, Sparse-Givens algebraic reconstruction for computed tomography.

5)    M. A. Capistrán, A study of HIV latency and reactivation through stochastic and deterministic rules.

6)    J. A. Moraño, L. Acedo, and J. Díez-Domingo,
Age-structured network model for the transmission of human papillomaviruses 6, 11, 16 and 18.

7)    J. A. Moraño, L. Acedo, R. J. Villanueva, and J. Díez-Domingo,
Cost-effectiveness analysis of vaccination strategies for RSV.

8)    D. F. Aranda, D. Y. Trejos, J. Gómez-Oquendo, and R.-J. Villanueva,
Modeling dynamics of Babesiosis disease in bovines and ticks populations.

9)    F.-J. Villanueva-Oller, E. Sánchez, M. Rubio, F.-J. Santonja, and A.-C. Tarazona, A network model for the evolution of cocaine consumption in Spain.

10)    E. Sánchez, F.-J. Santonja, M. Rubio, and J.-L. Morera, A mathematical model to study alcohol consumption in Spain. Application to the estimation costs of the alcohol consumption.

 
   
 

 

SESSION: MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN BUSINESS,

11)    A. González-Gaspar, and C. Vázquez, A characteristics-finite differences method for the Hobson-Rogers uncertain volatility model.

12)    M. Suárez-Taboada, and C. Vázquez, Numerical methods for pricing some interest rate derivatives in BGM model framework.

13)    R. Company, L. Jódar, and J.-R. Pintos, Numerical analysis and computing for option pricing models in illiquid markets.

14)    P. Merello, and L. Jódar, Positive solutions of discrete dynamic Leontief input-output model with possibly singular capital matrix.

15)    M. Caballer, D. Vivas, I. Moya, and I. Barrachina, A model to measuring the efficiency of hospital performance.

16)    B. Cantó, C. Coll, and E. Sánchez, Parametrization of an economic model: structural form and identifiability.

17)    J. C. R. Alcantud, D. L. Matos, and C. R. Palmero, Goodness-of-fit in optimizing consumer's model.

18)    J.-C. Cortés, I. Defez, I.-C. Lombana, and R.-J. Villanueva, Mathematical modelling approach to short-term diffusion of electronic commerce in Spain.

19)    F. García, F. Guijarro, and I. Moya, A multicriteria model to rank firms upon performance: an application on spanish saving banks.

20)    X. Delgado-Galván, R. Pérez-García, J. Izquierdo, and J. Mora-Rodríguez, Analytic hierarchy process for considering externalities in water leakage management.


 
 

 

SESSION: MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES,

21)    R. Payri, B. Tormos, J. Gimeno, and G. Bracho, The potential of a large eddy simulation (LES) code for the modeling of flow in Diesel injectors.

22)    F. J. Salvador, J.-V. Romero, M.-D. Roselló, and J. Martínez, Validation of a code to model cavitation in diesel injector nozzles.

23)    J. J. Hernández, R. Ballesteros, and J. Sanz-Argent, Reduction of kinetic mechanisms for fuel oxidation through genetic algorithms .

24)    X. Margot, S. Hoyas, P. Fajardo, and S. Patouna, Moving mesh generation strategy for solving an injector internal flow problem.

25)    J. Galindo, F. J. Arnau, A. Tiseira, and P. Piqueras, Solution of the turbocompressor boundary condition for the 1-dimensional gas dynamic codes.

26)    F. Piscaglia, A. Montorfano, and A. Onorati, Multidimensional computation of compressible reacting gas flows through porous media apply to ICE simulation.


 
 

 

SESSION: MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN ENGINEERING,

27)    F. Moreno, F. Arango, and R. Fileto, Season queries on a temporal multidimensional model.

28)    J. S. Cánovas, and S. Paredes, On the control of some duopoly games.

29)    E. Defez, J. Ibáñez, M. M. Tung, and J. Sastre, Numerical solutions of matrix differential models in Engineering using higher-order matrix splines.

30)    E. Parrilla, J. Riera, and J. R. Torregrosa, Fuzzy control for obstacle detection in object tracking.

31)    L. Mathelin, M. Abbas-Turki, L. Pastur, and H. Abou-Kandil, Closed-loop fluid flow control using a low dimensional model.

32)    I. Montalvo, J. Izquierdo, R. Pérez-García, and C. D. Alonso, A multiobjective PSO alternative applied to the design of water distribution systems.

33)    J. Martínez-Llario, J. Herraez, E. COll, and J. Irigoyen, Geometry model for close range videogrametry.

34)    H. Mora, J. Mora, J. L. Sánchez, and M. T. Signes, Mathematical model of stored logic based computation.

35)    M. Araújo, J. M. Matías, T. Rivas, and J. Taboada, Supervised learning techniques applied to the construction of a new ornamental rock quality index.

36)    I. Marín, E. Arias, M. M. Artigao, and J. J. Miralles, An MPI and Pthread paradigms on cluster of SMP architectures for computing the False Nearest Neighbors method.

37)    R. Cantó, B. Ricarte, and A. M. Urbano, A computational algorithm to apply in control singular systems.


 
 

 

SESSION: BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL MODELS,

38)    C. Coll, A. Herrero, E. Sánchez, and N. Thome, An optimal control for a diabetes model.

39)    G. González-Parra, A. J. Arenas, and B. M. Chen-Charpentier, Nonstandard numerical schemes for biological systems.

40)    G. González-Parra, A. J. Arenas, and L. Acedo, Analytical-Numerical solution of a Michaelis-Menten enzyme reaction model.

41)    C. Ordoñez, J. M. Matias, J. Martínez, J. Taboada, and J. R. Rodríguez-Pérez, Application of functional statistical techniques to determine vine leaf water content.

42)    O. Angulo, J. C. López-Marcos, and M. A. López-Marcos, The dynamics of a numerical method for an age-structured model for open marine populations.

43)    F.-J. Santonja, A.-C. Tarazona, R.-J. Villanueva, and F.-J. Villanueva-Oller, Network modelling of the pressure of extreme groups in a society.

44)    F. Pedroche, Parameters to choose leaders on social network sites.


 
 

 

SESSION: NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING,

45)    S. González-Pintor, D. Ginestar, and G. Verdú, Time integration methods for the neutron diffusion equation in hexagonal geometry.

46)    D. Ginestar, E. Parrilla, J. L. Hueso, and J. Riera, Simulation of a cubic-like Chua's oscillator with variable characteristic.

47)    F. J. de Cos Juez, P. J. García, C. Ordoñez, and J. Martínez, Analysis of lead times of metallic components in the areospace industry through a supported vector machine.

48)    F. Sánchez, J. A. Vilán, P. J. García, and J. J. del Coz, Use of design of experiments to improve a neural network model in order to predict the thickness of the chromium layer in a hard chromium plating process.

49)    J. A. Hernández, and J. D. Ospina, A simultaneous estimation of the distribution and differential evolution algorithm for global optimization.

50)    G. Calbo, J.-C. Cortés, and L. Lódar, Power series solutions of random Hermite differential models.

51)    A. Cordero, J. L. Hueso, E. Martínez, and J. R. Torregrosa, Iterative methods for nonlinear discrete algebraic models.

52)    P. García, M. A. Castro, J. A. Martín, and A. Sirvent, Convergence of two implicit numerical schemes for diffusion mathematical models with delay.

53)    M. Roales, F. Rodríguez, and J. A. Martín, Analytical-numerical solutions of wave equations models with delay.

54)    M. Boix, and B Cantó, Wavelet transform application to the compression of images.