Walter Legnani

Universidad Tecnológica Nacional

Walter E. Legnani has a degree in Physics and a PhD in the area of Physics from the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), and a thesis developed at the University of Colorado and the National Centre for Atmospheric Research (USA). He also has a postdoc from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University and Reading University (UK). He is a full professor in signal and system analysis and has run several postgraduate courses. He is also Director of the Signals and Image Processing Centre (Universidad Tecnologica Nacional-Facultad Regional Buenos Aires), a director of several postgraduate theses, a board scientific member of the Binational Centre Argentina Italia (CAIMAR), a former full professor at Favaloro University, a former secretary of science, technology and postgraduate studies (UTN), and a member of several international scientific societies and evaluation committees. He is a peer reviewer and guest editor of prestigious journals of high impact. www.researchgate.net/profile/Walter_Legnani

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The editors of this book have incorporated contributions from a diverse group of leading researchers in the field of nonlinear systems. To enrich the scope of the content, this book contains a valuable selection of works on fractional differential equations.The book aims to provide an overview of the current knowledge on nonlinear systems and some aspects of fractional calculus. The main subject areas are divided into two theoretical and applied sections. Nonlinear systems are useful for researchers in mathematics, applied mathematics, and physics, as well as graduate students who are studying these systems with reference to their theory and application. This book is also an ideal complement to the specific literature on engineering, biology, health science, and other applied science areas. The opportunity given by IntechOpen to offer this book under the open access system contributes to disseminating the field of nonlinear systems to a wide range of researchers.

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