4th International Symposium on „Operational and Stochastic Methods in Fractional Dynamics <MFD23>” is organized by the Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics,  Polish Academy of Sciences,  Kraków, Poland with the financial support provided by the Polish Ministry of Education and Science under the programme „Doskonała Nauka” (Excellency in Science).  


Scientific Programme

The goal of the <MFD23> conference is to give researchers working in the field of fractional dynamics an opportunity to meet “in person’ and to discuss problems which investigation needs using methods of fractional dynamics. We revive the tradition, unluckily interrupted by the Covid19 pandemic, of conferences devoted to the subject and held in Krakow in 2016 and 2018. The leading topic of <MFD23> is to present and discuss recent results obtained in the investigations of phenomena which take place in complex systems and are governed by the memory dependent time evolution equations. The scientific programme of the conference will be focused on theoretical studies of anomalous diffusion and the non-Debye dielectric relaxation but we are not going to restrict discussed subjects solely to these problems. Interdisciplinary nature of the fractional dynamics causes that we are also deeply interested in pushing forward the development of mathematical tools used within it, in particular those which merge operational calculus with probabilistic and stochastic methods.

We believe that the <MFD23> conference, expected and believed to be free and unhindered  exchange of new ideas, will be an incipience of new collaborations and common research projects rooted not only in sharing scientific interests but also in the intimate nature of our conference, its friendly atmosphere  and genius loci  of  Kraków.


About the City

Kraków, the former capital of Poland, is located 300 south from Warsaw. Along with the neighbouring Wieliczka salt mine of great historical value, this beautiful and well preserved medieval town has been recognized by Unesco as a part of the World Cultural Heritage. Kraków is famous for its Market Square complex with St.Mary’s Basilique, the Royal Castle on the Wawel hill, the colleges of the 650-year-old Jagiellonian University, and the old Jewish quarter of Kazimierz. As a key cultural, educational and scientific centre the city of Kraków has always played a crucial role throughout the history of Poland.

The Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN ul. Radzikowskiego 152 31-342 Kraków Poland
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The Conference is sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Education (Poland)  Programme „Doskonała Nauka” and the H. Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS..