Prof. Dr. Samir Saker

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Keynote  speaker: Samir Saker, Professor of Mathematics,
Mansoura University
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Higher integrability and Summability from Reverse Holder Inequalities
This talk will be concentrating on the reverse integral and discrete inequalities with weights of Muckenhoupt and Gehring types and their applications in proving some higher integrability and summability results. To the best of the author knowledge the discrete inequalities has not been considered before
About the Author:
Samir H. Saker was born in Egypt at 1971. He got his Ph. D. (December 2002) in Mathematics, from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. He got IKY Postdoctoral Scholarship, Department of Mathematics, University of Ioannina, Greece (March 2004-August 2004), Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholarship, Department of Mathematics, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA (March 2005-August 2005), Postdoctoral-Fellowship, University of Calgary, Department of Mathematics, Canada, (February 2006-July 2006), Postdoctoral from TUBITAK, Turkey (24-July-22 August 2016).
In 2004, he won the prestigious Abdel Hamid Shoman Award for Young Arab Scientists in Mathematics. In 2005, he won National State Prize in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.
In 2009, he won Amin Lotfy Award in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.
In 2014, he won again National State Prize in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.
In 2017 he got the privilege of the first class from the president of Arab Republic of Egypt
His is an author and co-author of more than 200 papers published in international impacted journals and is the author and co-author of 5 books, three of them published by Springer at 2014, 2015, 2016. The last book is about Hardy type inequalities on time scales which is the first title appears in this subject.

 

Keynote  speaker: Samir Saker, Professor of Mathematics,Mansoura University 

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Higher integrability and Summability from Reverse Holder InequalitiesThis talk will be concentrating on the reverse integral and discrete inequalities with weights of Muckenhoupt and Gehring types and their applications in proving some higher integrability and summability results. To the best of the author knowledge the discrete inequalities has not been considered before

 




About the Author:

Samir H. Saker was born in Egypt at 1971. He got his Ph. D. (December 2002) in Mathematics, from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. He got IKY Postdoctoral Scholarship, Department of Mathematics, University of Ioannina, Greece (March 2004-August 2004), Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholarship, Department of Mathematics, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA (March 2005-August 2005), Postdoctoral-Fellowship, University of Calgary, Department of Mathematics, Canada, (February 2006-July 2006), Postdoctoral from TUBITAK, Turkey (24-July-22 August 2016). 

In 2004, he won the prestigious Abdel Hamid Shoman Award for Young Arab Scientists in Mathematics. In 2005, he won National State Prize in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.

In 2009, he won Amin Lotfy Award in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.In 2014, he won again National State Prize in Basic Science (Mathematical Science), Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology.

In 2017 he got thte privilege of the first class from the president of Arab Republic of EgyptHis is an author and co-author of more than 200 papers published in international impacted journals and is the author and co-author of 5 books, three of them published by Springer at 2014, 2015, 2016. The last book is about Hardy type inequalities on time scales which is the first title appears in this subject.