On  11/02/2020 in Ceremonial room 401 (4th floor) at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering beginning at 12:00

Center for Applied Mathematics – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš,  CAM – FMEN

February 11, 2020
Location:  Ceremonial room 401 (4th floor)
at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš

Speaker:  Vladimir Balan, University Politehnica of Bucharest 

Faculty of Applied Sciences,
Department Mathematics-Informatics


Main structures, applications and multiarray spectral data relevance in the Finslerian anisotropic framework


Abstract. Among the promising extensions of Riemannian structures, the Finslerian ones prove their  usefulness in various fields, like Biology, Physics, GTR, Monolayer Nanotechnology and Geometry of Big Data. In the present talk we characterize the Finsler structures and several notable extensions, and illustrate the theory by a brief account on m-th root spaces. We further give basic notions on spectra and critical values for tensors, and describe applications to Finsler models which arise from Langmuir-Blodgett interface theory and Oncology. A powerful data structuring analysis tool, the Tucker decomposition, is exemplified for these models, and shown to provide a relevant insight for the geometric underlying structures.

Head of CAM - FMEN

Melanija Mitrović, PhD, full prof.