Plenary Lecture

Plenary Lecture

Partial differential equations in biosubstance crystalization

Professor Jelenka Savkovic-Stevanovic
Department of Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy
Belgrade University

Abstract: A new perspective for predicative care in living organism will be presented. The purpose of this lecture to develop a complementary approach to measuring ones, based on mathematical tool. A complex functions with partial differential equations have been applied for autonomous behaviour of biocrystal growth consideration. Design of functional complex system has been illustrated using the associated projections with a set of properties. The distribution function specifies spatial coordinates and set of properties. The biosubstance crystals formation has been considered and their distribution function was derived. Behaviour function of crystal growth and designing granulation has been examined. Crystals population in a perfectly mixed volume with product removal and without product removal has been considered. A distribution function of the complex structure can be defined with geometric velocities, and time rate of change properties. The method involving the general balance with correspond to the integral formulation. The mathematical model which taking a distribution function of crystal properties can generate evolutionary algorithm for design of complex structure. This model has been applied to indicate crystal structure formation of an enzyme and an amino acid. These results have been illustrated power of the new complex model for crystal particles birth and death simulation. Simulation has been performed in dynamic and steady state operation under variable loading conditions.

Brief Biography of the Speaker:
Brief biography of speaker: Jelenka Savkovic-Stevanovic is a full professor at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Serbia. Education: B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, PhD University of Belgrade and Technical University of Berlin. At the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy was elected for assistant 1971st, docent 1982nd, associate professoe 1988th, and full professor 1993rd. She has worked in U.S.A. from 1994 to 1998.
Her research interests include Chemical systems, Biochemical systems, Chemical engineering, Process system engineering, Modelling, Analysis, Synthesis, Design, Optimization; Advanced numerical methods, Data base, Expert systems, Learning Systems; Informatics; Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems; Biosystems, Biomedicine, Bioinformatics and Biomedical informatics, and Toxicity. Professor Savkovic-Stevanovic is author of numerous papers, invited books chapter, books, patentees in the field (over 800). Consultant in many companies. She has many awards and honors. She is cited in many monographs and she is one of the world's 100 top Scientists of the IBC-International bibliographic Centre, Cambridge, 2007. The best one Ultimate Achiever-IBC Cambridge, 2009, 2010,2011 and 2012. She had the best paper on the 2nd WSEAS Inter. Conf. on Biomedical Electronics and Biomedical Informatics-BEBI2009, Moscow, Russia, August, 20-22,2009 and the best paper on the WSEAS Inter. Conf. on Mathematics and Computers in Biology and Chemistry-MCB2010, Iasi, Romania, June, 13-15, 2010. She is Amabasadsor of Serbia for Sciences, Communications and Arts.

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