Introduction to the mathematical analysis of differential equations 

    and real-life applications

    Vientiane capital, Laos 

    January 03-13 2017

  1. Sackmone SIRISACK National University of Laos, Vientiane, Laos

  1. Nabil BEDJAOUI     University of Picardie, Amiens, France


  1. Somchanh BOUNPHANMY     National University of Laos, Vientiane, Laos

  1. Joaquim CORREIA University of √Čvora, √Čvora, Portugal

  1. Marion DARBAS      University of Picardie, Amiens, France

  1. Michael GRINFELD University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

  1. Youcef MAMMERI   University of Picardie, Amiens, France


National University of Laos, Vientiane, Laos

  1. Somchanh BOUNPHANMY, Dean of Faculty of Science (Chair) 

  2. Khamvane KINNAVONG, Head of Department of Mathematics

  3. Bounthane KHAMPHASAY, Deputy Head of Department of Mathematics 

    Khamphou INTHAVONE, Head of Statistics Unit

  4. Amphone SENGSAVANG, Lecturer

  5. Bouasy DOUNGSAVANH,


    Sackmone SIRISACK, Lecturer

Satellite School SEAMS, Vientiane, Laos, December 2016


 In this school, we will introduce differential equations as modeling tools in engineering (fluid dynamics, traffic flow) and bio-mathematical applications (coagulation, epidemics). We will discuss analytical properties of differential equations and their numerical solution.

The aim is to provide the basic tools that will allow the students to proceed to more theoretical subjects or venture into more concrete applications. Theoretical and numerical lectures will be given, with a particular attention being paid to numerical simulations using free scientific computing softwares such as Scilab or Python.

The school will be composed of three main components: The first one will consist in lecture-series, the second component will be a series of advanced talks involving internationally confirmed researchers, while the third pedagogical tool of the Cimpa school will be a program of mini-projects built around topics covered in the school. These projects will concentrate on constructing basic numerical solvers for specific applied problems.