After the success of the first international congress MOCASIM2017 which was held on the occasion of the sixty fifth anniversary of the professor Michel Pierre.

The Laboratory of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (LAMAI) of Cadi Ayyad University and The Moroccan Association of Modelling and Mathematical Engineering (A2MIM) jointly organize :

The Second International Conference on Modeling and Scientific Computing in Mathematical Engineering (MOCASIM2017)  which will be held in Marrakesh, Morocco from 17 to 20 April 2017.

This conference aims to provide a meeting place for academics, researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and recent developments in the fields of modeling, scientific computing and applied mathematics. Also, this meeting will enable new doctoral researchers to exchange their ideas with scientific specialists in their corresponding fields of study through round table discussions. On the other side, participants are encouraged to establish collaborations and join their efforts in order to advance the theory and practice in their own fields of study.

 The conference will be a special gathering place for renowned scientist in the following fields :

  1. Mathematical Modeling
  2. Mathematical Analysis of PDEs
  3. Numerical Analysis
  4. Evolutionary Computations
  5. Scientific Computing
  6. Linear Algebra
  7. Approximation Theory
  8. Image Processing
  9. Shape Optimisation
  10. Inverse Problems
  11. Bio-mathematics
  12. Data Science
  13. Kinetic theory

A special issue of 20 selected papers will be published in the journal of advanced Mathematical Studies (indexed by  Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt MATH). Please use the following template to typeset your papers.



This conference runs through all 4 days from 17 - 20 April 2017.
Day 1
17 Apr 2017
Day 2
18 Apr 2017
Day 3
19 Apr 2017
Day 4
20 Apr 2017

Asymptotic behavior in reaction-diffusion systems: an L1 approach

In this talk, we will discuss the large time asymptotic behavior for a wide class of reaction-diffusion systems. They include the celebrated Lotka-Volterra systems and also models for the evolution of concentrations in reversible (bio-)chemical reactions. They share the commun difficulty that existence of global classical solutions is still an...
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Michel Pierre

Coffee Break 1

Sur une méthode directe généralisée et application à certains problèmes inverses

Cet exposé porte sur une méthode directe généralisée et son application à certains problèmes inverses, notamment des problèmes inverses de sources et de petites inhomogénéités. Des résultats récents d’identification et de stabilité de sources dans le cadre de l’équation de Helmholtz seront présentés.
Abdellatif El Badia

Modelling of Nonlinear Behaviour

Nonlinearity has been encountered in all realistic problems of science. The aim of this paper is thus to investigate the nonlinear behaviour of various real-world processes using the most common numerical based approaches. Since the nonlinearity in representing various models is the most common and the most realistic behaviour in...
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Murat Sari

Modeling of high energy quantum states and global computations of molecular spectra

Modeling of high energy quantum states of molecules and global calculations of their absorption/emission spectra has recently become a challenge for applied mathematics. This required processing of huge amount of data and accurate intensive parallel computations that are of major importance for various domains: dynamics of molecular formation and dissociation,...
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Vladimir Tyuterev

Coffee Break 2

Some recent developments in solving PDEs in unbounded domains by Inverted finite element methods

The modelling of various phenomena in physics and in engineering leads to partial differential equations in unbouded geometrical domains. The analysis of these PDEs and the approximation of their solutions necessitate a special treatment of the behavior of functions at large distances. Moreover, regardless of the method used, the accuracy...
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Tahar Zamène Boulmezaoud

Note on the dynamics of a spherical magnetotactic bacterium swimmer

In this work, we consider a model of spherical   bacterium, such as cocci, for which the orientation in a simple shear flow is modified by magnetotaxis phenomenon.  The problem has been studied (in different context) by Hall and Busenberg [J. Chem. Phys. 11, 137 (1969)] and Brenner  [J. Colloid Inter....
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Mohamed Guedda

Analysis of lattice Boltzmann schemes with the Taylor expansion method

In this communication, we first familiarize the beginner with the underlying algorithms of multirelaxation lattice Boltzmann schemes. Then we present the Taylor expansion method, a general approach for the analysis of arbitrary nonlinear lattice Boltzmann schemes at second order accuracy. After this we introduce the so-called “Berlin algorithm” able to...
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François Dubois

Coffee Break 3

The Sinc Collocation Method for Computing Eigenvalues of the Schrödinger equation

The study of quantum anharmonic oscillators as potentials in the Schrödinger equation has been on the edge of thrilling and exciting research during the past three decades. The one dimensional anharmonic oscillator is of great interest to field theoreticians because it models complicated fields in one- dimensional space-time. Numerous approaches...
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Hassan Safouhi

Computing with Perceptions

This talk introduces a new line of research that makes a bridge between set and perception theories. The ultimate goal is to deal with real-world problems that require both measurements and perceptions.
Mohamed Quafafou

Numerical methods for large-scale differential matrix equations in control theory

In this talk, we consider large-scale continuous-time differential Lyapunov and differential Riccati equations having low rank right-hand sides: (1)   or (2)   These equations appear in many problems such in control theory for finite horison or in model reduction for large scale time-dependent dynamical systems. (DRE) and (DLE) are...
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Khalide Jbilou

Review of Algebraic and Convergence properties of Krylov subspace methods

We give some convergence results of Krylov subspace methods. Such methods are strongly related to polynomial spaces and their convergence analysis can often be naturally derived from approximation theory. Analyses of this type lead to discrete min-max approximation problems over the spectrum of the matrix, from which upper bounds of...
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Hassane Sadok

Coffee Break 4

Modélisation de la voie RAF dans le cancer du foie

La cascade RAS-RAF-MEK-ERK est une des principales voies oncogéniques de transduction du signal. Son implication dans l’apparition des cancers chez l’homme a été mise en évidence dans pratiquement tous les types de tumeurs. Dans le carcinome hépatocellulaire (CHC), qui est la forme la plus fréquente du cancer primitif du foie,...
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Youssef Mammeri