Dynamical Systems and Optimization




  • Dr. Luis Alberto Quezada Téllez
  • Dr. Luis Franco Pérez
The study of dynamical systems has become important since they are straightforward related to real phenomena. Through equations varying along time, dynamical systems models a great variety of biological, physical, chemical and social phenomena as economic and engineering issues, to go deep in the understanding of such phenomena. But the process of modelling presents two initial options: discrete and continuous variation in time, and the dependence lays on what one want to analyze.
On the other hand, optimization focuses on finding the best choice among a set of available elements, generally under some constrictions. The techiques to obtain such choice are extensive, it depends on the nature of the problems and the field of applications is really extensive.
The joint of both mathematical areas powers the analysis and possible better solutions in the analysis of science and engineering issues. Thus, this special session serves as a platform for researchers from all over the world to present and discuss recent advances and perspectives in dynamical systems and optimization, as well as techniques used in dynamic systems applied in the study of single/multiple-objective optimization.

 Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Single and multi-objective optimization
  • Chaos and Stability
  • Simulations
  • Real-World applications

All submission will be peer-reviewed by a panel of international experts.

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Short Bio:

  • Dr. Luis Alberto Quezada Téllez. Alberto Quezada was born in Mexico City. He obtained a Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences at Iberoamerican University. At present is visitant professor at Applied Mathematics and Systems Department in UAM - Cuajimalpa. He has performed as a docent in many public and private institutions. He has participated in several Congress and he has published papers in national and international journals. Among its research areas, it stands out: non-linear systems, chaos theory, control theory, bifurcations and vehicular traffic models.
  • Dr. Luis Franco Pérez. Luis was born in Mexico and he got a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. He is full professor at the same University and belongs to National Researcher System level I (SNI I), recognition granted by CONACYT, the National Consuel for Science and Technology. Main research interests: dynamical systems and celestial mechanics.