Participants, Communications and Talks

 
   
 

 

In this Conference , as in previous editions, poster sessions will be avoided and we will plan oral communications for every participant. At the Mathematical Models of Addictive Behaviour, Medicine, & Engineering Conference every participant could discuss his/her work in a short communication (about 15 minutes plus finite additional minutes for questions). Invited conferences of 20 minutes (plus five minutes for questions) are also be programmed. The program in pdf can be downloaded here .


INVITED TALKS:

List of invited participants:

*    Benito Chen-Charpentier (University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, U.S.A.), Biobarrier formation in porous media with randomness.

*    Francisco Solis (Centro de Investigación en Matemática, Guanajuato, Mexico) Nonlinear juvenile predation population dynamics.

*    Gilberto González-Parra (Universidad de los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela) Approaches to model dynamics of H1N1 influenza virus in selected regions.

*    Abraham José Arenas (Univesidad de Córdoba, Montería, Colombia) An accurate closed-form solution by modal series for Lotka-Volterra models that preserve periodic solutions.

*    Silvia Jerez (Centro de Investigación en Matemática, Guanajuato, Mexico) A WNS-FDTD method to simulate light scattering in flow cytrometry.

*    José A. Cuesta (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) Huge progeny production during the transient of a quasispecies model of viral infection, reproduction and mutation.

*    Matthias Ehrhardt (Bergische Universitat Wuppertal, Germany) Numerical simulation of periodic structure problems.

*    Magdy El-Tawil (Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Giza, Egypt) Homotopy WHEP as an efficient algorithm for solving stochastic differential equations.

*    Stepán Papácek (Institute of Physical Biology, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic) Growth impact of hydrodynamic dispersion in Couette-Taylor bioreactor.

 
   
 

 

ACCEPTED COMMUNICATIONS

The following communications have been accepted as short talks (15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions):

SESSION: MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOUR (September 9th, morning session),

1)    I. García, L. Jódar, P. Merello , and F. J. Santonja, A discrete mathematical model for shopping addiction: causes, risks and addicted population evolution.

2)    N. Guadalajara, I. Barrachina, E. de la Poza, and D. Vivas, , Modeling the behavior of potential addictive pharmaceutical products.

3)    M. del Líbano , S. Llorens, M. Salanova, and W. B. Schaufeli, Towards a development of a workaholism mathematical model.

4)    F. Guerrero , F. J. Santonja, and R. J. Villanueva, Analysing the effect of Spanish smoke-free legislation in the next few years: a mathematical modeling approach.

5)    M. Rubio and E. Sánchez Predicting cocaine relapse in cocaine dependent patients under treatment.


 
 

 

MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN MEDICINE (September 8th, 9th, and 10th, three morning sessions),

6)    F. J. de Cos Juez, M. A. Suárez, F. Sánchez-Lasheras , and A. Murcia, Application of neural networks to the study of the influence of diet and lifestyle on the value of bone mineral density in post-menopausal women.

7)    R. Shoucri, Optimal control theory and cardiac contraction.

8)    F. J. de Cos Juez, P. J. García, F. Sánchez-Lasheras , and F. J. Moreno, A data driven ensemble classifier for breast cancer detection in a screening program. A case study.

9)    L. Acedo, J. A. Moraño , R. J. Villanueva, and J. Villanueva-Oller, Random networks to study the dynamics of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the Spanish region of Valencia.

10)    C. Santamaría , B. García-Mora, G. Rubio, and S. Lujan, An analysis of the recurrence progression process in bladder carcinoma by means of joint frailty model.

11)    M. T. Signes , H. Mora, and J. M. García, Computational framework based on behavioural modeling: Application to the matching of ECG recordings.

12)    M. J. Rodríguez-Álvarez , F. Sánchez, A. Soriano, A. Iborra , and C. Mora Exploiting symmetries for weight matrix design in CT imaging.

13)    L. Acedo , and D. F. Aranda, Analysis of the electroencephalogram as a random walk.


 
 

 

MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (September 9th, afternoon session),

14)    R. Payri, B. Tormos, J. Gimeno, and G. Bracho , Improvement of a LES solver for calculation of compressible liquid flows in high pressure conditions.

15)    F. J. Salvador, J. Martínez, J.-V. Romero , M.-D. Roselló, Influence of biofuels on the internal flow in diesel injector nozzles.

16)    J. M. García, X. Margot, M. Chávez , and A. Karlsson, Coupling methodology of one-dimensional and multi-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models for the simulation of diesel sprays.

17)    J. Galindo, A. Tiseira, P. Fajardo , and R. Navarro, Coupling methodology of a 1D finite elements and a 3D finite volumes CFD code based on the method of characteristics.

18)    F. Piscaglia , A. Montorfano, A. Onorati, and G. Ferrari, High resolution central schemes for multi-dimensional non-linear acoustic simulation of silencers in internal combustion engines.

19)    S. Hoyas, A. Gil, J. M. Mompó-Laborda , and D. Khuong-Anh, Large eddy simulation of diesel sprays.

20)    R. Novella , A. García, J. M. Pastor, and P. González, Evaluation of integrating detailed chemical kinetics into CFD for diesel spray ignition and combustion analysis.

21)    J. R. Serrano, F. J. Arnau, P. Piqueras, and M. A. Reyes-Belmonte , Effects of the computational grid on the solution of boundary conditions in one-dimensional flow modeling.


 
 

 

MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN ENGINEERING (September 8th and 9th, afternoon sessions and September 10th, morning session)

22)    S. Carlos , A. Sánchez, and S. Martorell, Model to study the effect of workforce in a safety equipment maintenance plan and its optimization.

23)    M. Araújo , T. Rivas, E. Giráldez, and J. Taboada, Use of machine learning techniques to analyse the risk associated with mine lode deposits.

24)    A. Jimeno, R. Molina, and J. L. Sánchez Mathematical morphology for design and manufacturing.

25)    C. Ordoñez , J. R. Rodríguez, A. N. Reyes, and P. J. García, Analysis of the influence of forest environments on the accuracy of GPS measurements by using genetic algorithms.

26)    V. Arroyo , A. Cordero, and J. R. Torregrosa, Improvement of artificial satellites orbit determination.

27)    E. Parrilla , J. R. Torregrosa, J. Riera, and J. L. Hueso, Fuzzy control for obstacle detection in stereo video sequences.

28)    S. González-Pintor, D. Ginestar , and G. Verdú, Updating the lambda modes of a nuclear power reactor.

29)    D. Ayala-Cabrera , M. Herrera, J. Izquierdo, and R. Pérez-García, Towards the visualization of water supply system components with GPR images.

30)    J. Martínez , M. López, J. M. Matías, and J. A. Vilán, Classifying slate tile quality using automated learning techniques.

31)    F. Pedroche, Tips for a mathematical model of Facebook.

32)    J. A. Hernández , J. D. Ospina, and D. Villada, A simulation-based performance study of the Multidynamics Optimization Algorithm.

33)    F. Moreno , F. Arango, and J. Echeverri, Spatial season queries in a multidimensional method.

34)    J. Benítez, X. Delgado-Galván , J. Izquierdo, and R. Pérez-García, Balancing consistency and expert judgement in AHP.

35)    M. Rebollo , A. Palomares, and C. Carrascosa, Consensus networks as agreement mechanism for autonomous agents in water markets.

36)    F. J. Camacho , A. N. Pérez, and A. García, Mathematical model to determine geometric consistency in order to evaluate road safety.

37)    E. Camacho , M. L. Pérez, and J. Camacho, Mathematical model for shape voids optimization in precast breakwater structures.

38)    M. Ali Baradaran Ghahfarokhi , Modeling human behaviour and activities in cyberspace using heavy tailed distributions.

39)    C. Jordán , S. Morillas, and E. Sanabria, Image smoothing through switching filtering and graph-based modeling.


 
 

 

MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN BUSINESS (September 8th, morning session),

40)    F. Reyes , C. M. Cadarso, M. J. Rodríguez, Estimating hospital production functions through flexible regression models.

41)    F. García , F. Guijarro, and I. Moya, The curvature of the tracking error frontier: a new criterion for the partial index tracking problem.

42)    J. C. R. Alcantud, D. L. Matos, and C. R. Palmero , Algorithmic construction of a new efficiency index for revealed preference.

43)    L. Gómez-Valle and J. Martínez-Rodríguez , Numerical approximation of the term structure models with different risk-neutral drifts.

44)    J. David Cabedo and J. M. Tirado, Sector concentration risk: a model for estimating capital requirements.


 
 

 

NUMERICAL METHODS (September 8th, afternoon session),

45)    J. C. Cortés, L. Jódar, and L. Villafuerte , Numerical solution of random differential models.

46)    O. Angulo , J. C. López-Marcos, and M. A. López-Marcos, Numerical approximation of asymptotic states for a size-structured population model with a dynamical resource.

47)    E. Ponsoda and S. Blanes, New efficient numerical methods to describe the heat transfer in a solid medium.

48)    L. Bergamaschi and R. Bru , and A. Martínez, Low-rank update of preconditioners for the inexact Newton method with SPD Jacobian.

49)    J. Escolano, F. Rodríguez, M. A. Castro , F. Vives, and J. A. Martín, Exact and analytic-numerical solutions of bidimensional lagging models of heat conduction.

50)    J. Sastre , J. Ibáñez, E. Defez and P. Ruiz, Computing matrix exponential to solve coupled differential models in Engineering.