A Workshop on Future Directions in Fractional Calculus Research and Applications
Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University
A Workshop on Future Directions in Fractional Calculus Research and Applications took place during the week of 17 - 21 October 2016, in C405 Wells Hall at Michigan State University. This exclusive workshop was by invitation only, and all talks were one hour in length. The goal was to summarize progress to date, and plans for the future, including ongoing research, and new big ideas.
Talks were in Wells Hall in the Department of Statistics and Probability, a nice walk of 0.8 miles through the campus, along the Red Cedar River from the Kellogg Center.
The Journal Chaos, Solitons & Fractals has put out a Call for Papers for substantially extended versions of papers presented at the Workshop on Future Directions in Fractional Calculus Research and Applications as well as external submissions.
Seated at Front: M. M. Meerschaert (organizer)
Front Row (left to right):
M. Samiee, M. Zayernouri, Q. Du, C. Li, L. Huang, S. Fedotov, A. Sikorskii, Y.-Q. Chen, A. Lischke, C. Ionescu, H.-G. Sun, W. Deng
Back Row (left to right):
E. Kharazmi, H. Sankaranarayanan, J. F. Kelly, L. Toniazzi, H. Wang, R. Sibatov, D. Bolster, E. Scalas, R. Magin, R. J. McGough, R. DeKeyser, G. Bohannan, J. T. Machado, V. Voller, E. Lenzi