
Birzeit 2018 Conference "Applied Mathematics and Random Structures"
Location: Birzeit University, Palestine
Dates: August 27 to 30, 2018
Description
Birzeit 2018 Conference is mainly intended to foster future collaborations between Palestinian and French universities or research centres; enhancing collaborations with US or European Institutions is also hoped for. Birzeit 2018 Conference provides an opportunity for dissemination of important and recent results in the field of Applied Mathematics and Statistics with Applications to Economy, Industry, and Science.
Regarding Applied Mathematics, we will consider as a nonexhaustive list of topics: Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations; Stochastic Applications to Mathematical Finance and Life Insurance, Nonlinear Recurrences.
We will address researches in randomness, probability or statistics, with a special focus on random graphs and trees, and random walks. Contributions related to algorithms on graphs and trees are also welcomed. Besides their great theoretical interest, random graphs and trees have numerous applications: worldwide web, biological networks, statistical criteria of decision, software and hardware programming and architecture. Random walks have been the subjects of intensive research during the last years; the methods used go from combinatorics and singularity analysis to large scale computer algebra. Very often, discrete structures have continuous limits, by instance Brownian motions for discrete random walks; this allows some fruitful interplay between discrete mathematics and probability theory.
A tutorial for the freeware computer algebra system SAGE will be scheduled during the conference.
Master Students and Faculty Members are welcome to attend, interact, exchange ideas and discuss the trends and prospects of future research.
Pratical Informations
Accommodation
Organizing committee :
Scientific committee
Registration (closed)
There will be a mix of 1H30 hours courses, 1 hour talks and 1/2 hour talks.
mail to the organizers.
PROVISIONAL SCHEDULE
Provisional list of courses

Frédérique Bassino
 Random generation of graphs and trees 
summary,

Brigitte Chauvin
 Binary Search Trees 
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Lucas Gerin
 Uniform random permutations 
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Hanene Mohamed
 Mean field analysis for inhomogeneous bike sharing systems 
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Pierre Nicodème
 Height of discrete bridges and excursions 
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Thierry Monteil
 Introduction to the computer algebra system SAGE 
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Abdulhakeem Eideh
 Analysis of survey data under informative sampling 
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Frédéric Paccaut
 An introduction to dynamical systems: basic definitions and examples 
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Elie de Panafieu
 Analytic combinatorics of graphs 
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Nicolas Pouyanne
 Enumeration of planar graphs 
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Provisional list of one hour talks

Muna AbuAlhalawa
 On Spectral Characterization of Nonuniform Hyperbolicity 
summary

Mohammad Adm
 On the zero forcing game and maximum nullity of matrices whose graph is acyclic or unicyclic with q negative eigenvalues 
summary

Abdelrahim Mousa
 Geometric approaches and bifurcations in the dichotomous decision model 
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Provisional list of 1/2 hour talks

Hassan AbuHassan
 Determinants of Student’s Success at Birzeit University 
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Farida Ghazawneh
 Dynamics of piecewise isometries 
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Sondos Khalil
 Numerical results with economic implications of a continuous time model 
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Mai Mismar
 Finding The Optimal Solution of The Assignment Problems Using probabilities and without Any Iteration 
summary

Marwa Qadah
 Cone Metric Space 
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Sahar Qandeel
 On Devaney’s Definition of Chaos 
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Khalid Salah
 An approximation of a longitudinal stochastic model 
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Wisam Samarah
 A Mathematical Solutions to an Unstable Economic Environment: A Case Study of the Palestinian Economy 
summary

Asma Shareef
 Neimark Sacker Bifurcation of higher order
rational difference equations 
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Feda Shoman
 A discrete game theoretical Model 
summary

Hind Sweis
 Solving Local Fractional Fredholm Integral Equation of the Second Kind with Separable Kernel 
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Walaa Yassen
 Using Symmetries To Solve Some Difference Equations 
summary
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