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Japanese mathematicians Yuki Naito and Satoshi Tanaka visited Zagreb and Plitvice Lakes
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  09/10/2011 | Tourism , Science , Education | Unrated
A result of collaboration with professor Mervan Pašić from the University of Zagreb


Professors Satoshi Tanka and Yuki Naito from Japan, and professor Mervan Pašić, University of Zagreb, Croatia,
at the Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb.
They collaborate in the field of oscillation theory since 2009.


Professors Mervan Pašić, Satoshi Tanaka and Yuki Naito in Zagreb with (the statue of) Antun Gustav Matoš (1873-1914),
Croatian poet and writer.


Professors Satoshi Tanaka, Yuki Naito and Mervan Pašić, near the church of St Marko in Zagreb,
known for its roof with the coat of arms of Croatia and the city of Zagreb.

 

International Workshop

 


Geometric and fractal analysis of PDEs and differential systems - Zagreb 2011


 

Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

University of Zagreb, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

July 29, 2011.

 

Organizing committee: Mervan Pašić and Darko Žubrinić, University of Zagreb, Croatia

 

 

Plenary Invited Lectures

 

10:00-10:50   Satoshi Tanaka (Okayama University of Siences, Okayama, Japan)

Rectifiable and fractal oscillations of self-adjoint and damped linear differential equations  of second-order

11:00-11:50   Yuki Naito (Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan)

Rectifiable oscillations of radially symmetric solutions of p-Laplace differential equations

 

Invited Talks

 

15:00-15:50   Siniša Miličić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Geometric and fractal properties of linear differential systems

16:00-16:50   Lana Horvat Dmitrović (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Box dimension of bifurcations of discrete dynamical systems

17:00-17:50   Darko Žubrinić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Some new qualitative properties of p-Laplace equations and Schroedinger evolution problems

18:00-18:50   Mervan Pašić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Rectifiable and nonrectifiable attractivity for linear differential systems 

 

 


 


Japanese mathematicians, professors Satoshi Tanaka and Yuki Naito, with professor Mervan Pašić, at the Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, 28 July 2011. Their mutual scientific collaboration started during the invited stay of professor Pašić in Japan in 2009.


Professor Satoshi Tanaka, 29 July 2011, reporting about results from a joint work with professor Mervan Pašić at the International Workshop organized at the Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Zagreb.


The audience: Goran Radunović, Dražen Petrović, Maja Resman, Domagoj Vlah, Željko Hanjš, Patrik and Mateo Pašić, Mervan Pašić (with his sons), and Yuki Naito.


Professor Yuki Naito, Japan, delivering his talk on the joint work with professor Mervan Pašić.


Professors Darko Žubrinić, Satoshi Tanaka, and Yuki Naito, at the Department of applied mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb.


Siniša Miličić, BSc, presented his results on geometric and fractal properties of linear differential systems.


Dr. Lana Horvat Dmitrović presented her results dealing with fractal analysis of discrete dynamical systems.


Goran Radunović, Dražen Petrović, Maja Resmam, Domagoj Vlah, Željko Hanjš, Mervan Pašić, Satoshi Tanaka, Yuki Naito listening to the lecuture of Lana Horvat Dmitrović.


Professor Darko Žubrinić discussed the phenomenon of  loss of regularity of weak solutions of p-Laplace equations.

Professor Mervan Pašić delivered the last lecture, dealing with fractal properties of solutions of non-autonomous linear planar systems.


Goran Radunović, Dražen Petrović, Maja Resman, Domagoj Vlah, Željko Hanjš, Lana Horvat, Jadranka Kraljević, Satoshi Tanaka, Siniša Miličić, Yuki Naito


Professor Mervan Pašić described among others an interesting result obtained the day before jointly with professor Yuki Naito.

The Workshop was exceptionally well organized. Many thanks to all participants, in particular to our dear guests from Japan, professors Satoshi Tanaka and Yuki Naito, and to professor Mervan Pašić to have initiated the Workshop. The conference is one of the results of his invited stay in Japan in 2009. (D.Ž.)


Professors Yuki Naito, Satoshi Tanaka, Mervan Pašić and his sons Patrik and Matteo, at the Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, 29 July 2011. Professor Pašić is an editor in chief of professional scientific journal Differential Equations and Applications.
 

Differential Equations and Applications a new Math journal in Croatia

Source Department of Applied Mathematics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia



Excursion to the Plitvice Lakes, Croatia


Breathaking view to one of 16 Plitvice Lakes...





























Darko Žubrinić, author of the photos, and Satoshi Tanaka, in front of the waterfals in the village of Rastoke,
near the town of Slunj, not far from the Plitvice Lakes.


Professors Satoshi Tanaka, Yuki Naito and Mervan Pašić in front of  Totem in Zagreb,
a monument dedicated to Croatian cravate, interspersed with Croatian Glagolitic letters.

Formated for CROWN by prof.dr. Darko Žubrinić
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