INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (ICMS 2019) will take place this year between 4 September 2019 and 8 September 2019 at Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey



We are happy to announce 2nd International Conference of Mathematical Sciences that will be held  between 31 July 2018 – 6 August 2018 at Maltepe University in Istanbul ” at the Marmara Egitim Koyu campus of Maltepe University (The first International Conference of Mathematical Sciences was in 2009 summer and  the abstract book of the first conference at the following link: Absract book 2009).The central aim of this conference is to share knowledge and results in theory, methodology and new advances and research results in mathematical and related sciences. It focuses on new trends and approaches for Mathematicians, Scientists, Researchers and Engineers. Current research in pure mathematics, computational and applied mathematical sciences require multi-disciplinary knowledge, not only in sciences and engineering but also in technologies of computing.

We are very pleased to invite all researchers to join us by sending high quality studies.


Prospective authors are invited to submit their one-page abstracts on the related, but not limited to the following topics of interest:

Sequences, series, summability; regular convergence, statistical convergence, statistically Cauchy, natural density, statistical boundedness; sequential compactness; sequential continuity, uniform continuity, A-continuity, slowly oscillating sequences, convergence in Pringsheims sense, double sequences, lacunary statistical convergence, lacunary statistical summability, summability in abstract structures, sequential closure, fuzzy point, fuzzy convergence, fuzzy compactness, fuzzy sequentially closed, fuzzy sequential compactness, cone metric spaces, common fixed point, contractive mapping, ordered Banach space, normal cones, non-normal cones; Mathematical logic and foundations; Fuzzy set theory; Fuzzy topology; Combinatorics; Order, lattices, ordered algebraic structures, General algebraic systems; Number theory; Field theory and polynomials; Commutative rings and algebras; Algebraic geometry; Linear and multilinear algebra; matrix theory; Associative rings and algebras; Nonassociative rings and algebras; Category theory; homological algebra; K-theory; Group theory and generalizations; Topological groups; Lie groups;Transformation groups; Astract harmonic analysis; Real functions; Measure and integration; Functions of a complex variable; Potential theory; Probabilistic potential theory; Several complex variables and analytic spaces; Special functions; orthogonal functions; Ordinary differential equations; Partial differential equations; Dynamical systems; Ergodic theory; Difference and functional equations; Tauberain theorems; Approximations and expansions; Fourier analysis; Abstract harmonic analysis; Analysis on topological and Lie groups; Integral transforms; Operational calculus; Fractional derivatives and integrals; Fourier transforms; Integral transforms in distribution spaces; Integral equations; Functional analysis; Manifolds modeled on topological linear spaces; Operator theory; Calculus of variations and optimal control; Optimization; Geometry; Algebraic geometry; Convex and discrete geometry; Differential geometry; differential topology; General topology; The topology of manifolds of all dimensions; Algebraic topology; Manifolds and cell complexes; Complex manifolds; Global analysis, analysis on manifolds; Geometric integration theory; Probability theory and stochastic processes; Probability; Statistics; stochastic processes; Numerical analysis; Computer science; Software engineering; Software technology; System theory; Theory of data; Programming and image processing; Pattern recognition; Parallel and distributed algorithms; Communication systems; Computer aided design; Computer arithmetic and numerical analysis; Computer aspects of numerical algorithms; Computer networks; Concurrent and parallel computations; Data base; Discrete mathematics in relation to computer science;Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems; Machine computations; Mechanics of particles and systems; Relativistic mechanics; Statistical mechanics; Mechanics of deformable solids; Fluid mechanics; General continuum mechanics; Optics; Electromagnetic theory; Quantum optics; Classical thermodynamics; Heat transfer; Thermodynamics of solids; Quantum theory; Statistical mechanics; Structure of matter; Relativity and gravitational theory; Astronomy and astrophysics; Celestial mechanics; Geophysics; Operations research; Mathematical programming; Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences; Mathematical Biology; Systems theory; Control Theory; Optimal control;Information and communication, circuits; Mathematics education; Fractional calculus; Special functions; Generalized functions; Approximation theory; Numerical algebraic or transcendental equations; Numerical analysis for ordinary differential equations; Numerical analysis for partial differential equations; Numerical methods in linear algebra; Numerical simulation; Acceleration of convergence; Interval arithmetic; Information systems; Manufacturing systems; Applications in mechanics, physics, chemistry, technology, economics and industrial problems