Conference on New aspects in Qualitative Theory of Control Systems and Applications (NACSA-2023)

The NACSA-2023 conference took place from April 6 to April 7, 2023, organized by the Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics (VIASM) in Hanoi. The aim of the conference is to give opportunities for researchers to exchange new research directions and results in stability theory, control theory, optimization theory of differential and fractional differential equations.

Speakers and participants on the first day

The program took place in 2 days with 20 reports from the University of Natural Sciences, Vietnam National University, Hanoi National University of Education, Hanoi Pedagogical University 2, Hung Yen University of Technology and Education, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi University of Industry , Hue University of Sciences, Thainguyen University of Sciences, Quynhon University, Dong Thap University, Institute Mathematics (VAST), Voronezh State University (Russia), Federal Research Center ( RAS, Russia), .etc. The conference attracted more than 50 researchers from many universities at home and abroad. In particular, the conference created opportunities for young researchers to have the opportunity to listen to and talk directly with experts in the field of stability theory and control theory.

Prof. Le Minh Ha, Managing Director of VIASM, at the Opening ceremony.

Prof. Nguyen Khoa Son on the Opening Ceremony

Prof. GS. Frank Sueur – Bordeaux Institute, Bordeaux University (France) presented at the conference. Prof. Sueur gave a topic on the controllability cost of linear evolution systems with a long gaze at localised data.

Prof. Dmitiev Mikhail Genadievich presented his research results at the conference. Prof. Dmitiev is an expert on nonlinear control problems from Federal Research Center, RAS, Russia.

Prof.Galina Kurina (Voronezh State University, Russia) gave a presentation at the conference

Prof. Nguyen Huu Du - University of Sciences - Vietnam National University gave a new result on infinity dimensional random dynamical systems at the conference.

In addition to professional reports, the conference also organizes tea breaks for the mathematicians to meet, seeking opportunities for cooperation and academic exchange.

The participants at the tea breaks