MORGAN 18 “Modern Lie Group Analysis and Application” International Academic Conference Held in SAU

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On 28 July, 2015, the opening ceremony of MORGAN 18 “Modern Lie Group Analysis and Application” International Academic Conference was held in Shenyang Aerospace University, China. The conference attracted dozens of famous expert all over the world and more than 100 academics and students.

On the opening ceremony, Prof.Wang Qi, Vice President of SAU gave an opening speech. He gave brief introduction to SAU and raised some nonlinear problems that scholars often encountered. “The conference will bring us good opportunities to exchange and get access to advanced theories”, said Prof. Wang.

                                                                   (Prof. Wang Qi)

Prof. Nail H. Ibragimov from Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden) delivered his address. As the Conference Chairs, he underscored the importance of the academic conference. Some important analysis and theories will be introduced in his lectures.

                                                          (Prof. Nail H. Ibragimov)

Mr. Liu Enping, Director of Liaoning Foreign Experts Bureau was invited to attend the opening ceremony and gave his speech. He gave priority to introducing foreign intelligence and talent training. “ We will further increase exchange with overseas developed countries and provide platform for foreign experts to innovate and start business”, said Mr. Liu.

                                                                   (Mr. Liu Enping)

                                                   (A lecturer reading works in the conference)

Worldwide famous professors including Prof. Mikhaylov Sergey, Vice Rector of Kazan National Research Technical University, Prof. Albert Chao-Jun Luo form Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, and Prof. Liwei Zhang from Dalian University of Technology, China were also invited to attend the conference and give lectures.

The conference will be held from July 27 to August 5.

                                                                        (Group photo)