28 March 2023
Symmetry Webinar | Nonlinear Analysis and Its Applications in Symmetry II, 5 April 2023
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On Wednesday, 5 April 2023, MDPI and the journal Symmetry (ISSN: 2073-8994) organized a webinar on symmetry, titled “Nonlinear Analysis and Its Applications in Symmetry II”. The webinar focused on nonlinear analysis and its applications.
This webinar was devoted to recent advances in nonlinear analysis and its applications. It consisted of two talks. In the first talk delivered by Dr. Alexander Ramm, the speaker presented his recent results on Navier–Stokes equations. In the second talk by Prof. Dr. Alexander J. Zaslavski, a feasibility problem with infinite sets in a metric space was discussed. The speaker presented a new algorithm for this problem and analyzed its convergence.
Please note that this webinar is associated with a Special Issue in Symmetry, titled “Fixed Point Theory and Its Applications Dedicated to the Memory of Professor William Arthur Kirk”. The deadline for submissions is 30 September 2023.
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