Keynote Speakers

Prof. Necdet Bildik
Celal Bayar University, Turkey

About Prof. Necdet Bildik:  Necdet Bildik obtained his B.S. degree in Mathemetics at Ankara University, Ankara/ TURKEY in 1973. He received his M.S. degree at the University of Loiousville in Kentucky, USA in 1978 and Ph. D. degree at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA, Complex Dynamical Systems in Nonlineer Differential Equations, under the supervision of Prof. Marvin KEENER in 1981, by acquiring the grant from The Ministry of National Education, Turkey. In late 1982, Necdet Bildik moved to Fırat University, Elazığ, Turkey, and taught mathematics there and worked as an Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Art and Sciences, Department of Mathematics until 1997. After that he was persuaded to accept an Associate Professorship position at the Faculty of Art and Sciences in Celal Bayar University, Manisa/ Turkey in 1997. He was promoted as a Professor of Applied Mathematics at Celal Bayar University in 2003. Moreover he worked as Head of Applied Mathematics Group and the Head of the Department of Mathematics from 1997 to 2012. He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Art and Science at Celal Bayar University for three years and also Graduate Dean for three years at Celal Bayar University. He is the Author and Co-author of more than 120 articles and he supervised approximately 20 M.S and Ph.D. theses so far. His research interest include numerical methods for partial differential equations (both linear and nonlinear), lineer and non linear boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations, and approximate methods for nonlinear systems, Stability ,Ergodic and Approximation Theory and also Complex Variables.Additionally Necdet Bildik is a member in the editorial boards of two international journals.

Prof. Anh Dung NGO  
Metropolitan State École de technologie supérieure (U. du Québec), Canada

About Prof. Anh Dung NGO: B.Sc. A in Mechanical Engineering (É. Polytechnique, Canada), M.Sc. in Wood technology (U. Laval, Canada), Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Concordia U., Canada). Professor NGO spent 18 years in industry as engineer and in governmental agency first as engineer and later as chief officer of the Occupation Safety Division at the Prevention Branch of the Quebec Occupational Health and Safety Commission before joining the university in 1991. He was the Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department from 1999 to 2004. He is the founder of two research groups, one in Occupational Safety and one in Composite Materials. He is also the editor of the Proceeding of the EIGHTH JOINT CANADA-JAPAN WORKSHOP ON COMPOSITES and author of sixty scientific papers and technical reports on Composites Materials and Occupational Safety.

Prof.Dashnor Hoxha
Orleans University, France

About Prof.Dashnor Hoxha: After obtained an engineer degree from Polytechnic Univeristy of Tirana and a Bachelor in Physics form Natural Science Faculty of Tirana, Albanie in 1991, I was awarded Mc. S and Ph. D in Geomechanics Hydrosystems and Structures from National Polytechnic Institut of Lorraine (INPL) France in 1998. I worked for ten years in the research and developing industry before joining the University of Orleans as Head of Sustainables Constructions Division in 2007. I work actually in the Laboratory of Pluridisiplinary Research in Engineering Systemes, Mechanics and Energy (PRISME) and I teach as Professor in Polytechnic School of Orleans. I published more than 34 papers in refereed international journals and 45 papers in conferences and 4 book chapiters and I have been involved in many international conferences as Technical Chair and tutorial presenter.

Plenary Speakers

Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli
President and Chief Scientist, Institute for Basic Research, USA

About Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli:  Academic and scientific notes: Dr. R. M. Santilli received the highest possible education in Italy, emigrated in the USA with his family in 1967 following an invitation from the University of Miami, Florida, to conduct research under NASA support, after which he was in the faculty of Boston University, MIT, and Harvard University under support from NASA, USAFOSR and DOE. From 1985 on, Dr. Santilli has been Professor of Physics and President of The Institute for Basic Research originally located within the compound of Harvard University and moved to Florida in 1989. Dr. Santilli became a U. S. Citizen in 1986. He is the author of 325 papers in mathematics, physics and chemistry published in refereed journals, has written 20 Ph. D. level monographs in various fields, the founder of three scientific journals and the editor of various journals. For more details, please visit the full-length curriculum Corporate notes: Dr. Santilli has been Scientific Advisor to various U. S. companies. From 2007 to 2013, Dr. Santilli has been Chief Scientist and Chairman of the Board of Magnegas Corporation, a U. S. company publicly traded at NASDAQ under the stock symbol MNGA, producing and selling the gaseous magnegas fuel synthesized from liquid wastes with complete combustion. For more details, please visit the website Since 2014, Dr. Santilli is the founder, CEO and Chief Scientist of Thunder Energies Corporation, also a publicly traded company with stock symbol TNRG, for the development of three cutting edge new technologies: the synthesis of neutrons from a hydrogen gas and its application; a new combustion of fossil fuels with complete combustion, and new telescopes for the detection of antimatter galaxies and antimatter cosmic rays. For more details, please visit http://www.thunder-energies.con. Dr. Santilli's Honor: Dr. Santilli has been the recipient of: the 1982 gold medal for scientific merits from the Universite' d'Orleans, France; the 1990 nomination by the Estonia Academy of Sciences "among the most illustrious applied mathematicians of all times"; the 2009 Mediterranean Prize; the 2009 scientific prize from the U. S. Sons of Italy; the 2011 scientific prize from Kathmandu University, Nepal. In 2011 he was recognized as an invited member of the European Society of Computational Methods; in 2016 he received the ICNPAA award at the University of La Rochelle, France; and in 2016 he received the Fray International Sustainability Award, granted at the SIPS International Conference, Hainan Island, China. Dr. Santilli has been nominated since 1987 for the Nobel Prize in Physics and, separately Chemistry. In September 2011, Dr. Santilli was knighted by the Republic of San Marino as a member of the millenary Equestrian Order of Sant'Agata. For more details, please visit the website

Abstract: The synthesis of the neutron from the hydrogen atom in the core of stars is the most fundamental nuclear synthesis in nature. Its theoretical understanding has requested decades of research in mathematics, physics and chemistry because the rest energy of the neutron is "bigger" than the sum of the rest energies of the proton and of the electron, under which condition 20th century mathematics and related theories are no longer effective due to their sole characterization of isolated point-particles in vacuum, while the compression of the electron within the hyperdense proton requires the representation of particles with their actual size. In the early 1980s, when at the Department of Mathematics of Harvard University under DOE support, the author constructed a covering of 20th century applied mathematics based on the isoassociative product A*B = AT*B of all possible quantities A, B, with ensuing isotopic lifting of numeric fields into isofields with isounit I* = 1/T* > 0, and necessary generalization of the Newton-Leibnitz differential calculus into a form defined over the volume represented by the isounit I* based on the isodifferential d*r* = T* d(rI*) = dr + r T*dI* and related conventional and partial isodifferential calculus. The ensuing new mathematics, known as isomathematics, and related theories, known as isomechanics and as isochemistry, did indeed allow a quantitative representation of "all" characteristics of the neutron in its synthesis from the hydrogen. Such a representation then allowed in the late 1990s the achievement of the first known neutron synthesis in laboratory from a hydrogen gas. These studies were recently brought to industrial maturity by the U. S. publicly traded company Thunder Energies Corporation which is now manufacturing and selling a Directional Neutron Source (DNS, international patent pending) producing a flux of neutrons with controlled direction, CPS and energy. In this lecture, we briefly outline the novel isomathematics, isomechanics and isochemistry, their application to the neutron synthesis and point out its application such as: the use for national security because the DNS provides the most effective detection of nuclear weapons smuggled in containers; the detection of the presence and concentration of precious metals in mines; and other applications (see for more details