Skopje, fYR Macedonia, May 10-11, 2018
Fractional calculus is a modern and expanding domain of mathematical analysis. Using Fractional Calculus in the mathematical models includes more information then offered by the classical integer order calculus. Besides an essential mathematical interest, its overall goal is general improvement of the physical world models for the purpose of computer simulation, analysis, design and control in practical applications.
Embedded in both science and industrial applications, as a part of problem posing and problem solving procedures, Fractional calculus became an efficient tool for description, analysis, modeling, design and decision making within complex dynamical processes. It also became an acceptable tool for a large number of diverse scientific communities due to more adequate modeling in various fields of mechanics, electricity, chemistry, biology, medicine, economics, control theory, as well as signal and image processing.
The 2-day event brought together researchers from Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia, Algeria, and Montenegro, whereas 18 speeches were given to the audience. The book of extended abstracts can be downloaded here.