1. From MTD Towards Metronomic
Chemotherapy: The Role of the Tumor Microenvironment, the *AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and
Applications* in Madrid, Spain, July 7-11, 2014.

2. Tumor Heterogeneity and its Effects on Optimal Drug
Administration, the *AIMS Conference on
Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications* in Madrid,
Spain, July 7-11, 2014

3. Optimal
Control Problems Arising in Cancer Therapies: Results, Challenges and Open
Problems, the *University of Aveiro*, Portugal, July 3, 2014.

4. Sufficient Conditions for Strong Local Optimality with
Applications to Biomedical Problems, at the conference *Net CO 2014: Conference on New Trends in Optimal Control*, Tours,
France June 23-27, 2014,

5. Mathematical Models for Chemotherapy,
*the** Milan Metronomic and Anti-angiogenic Therapy Meeting 2014,* the European Institute
of Oncology in Milan, Italy, June 24-25, 2014.

6. Optimal Control of the Tumor Microenvironment at the *Technical University of Lodz* in Poland,
June 17, 2014

7. The Method of Characteristics Applied to Models for
Cancer Chemotherapy, at the *Second
Conference on Dynamical Systems and Applications*" the Technical
University of Lodz on June 12, 2014.

8. Control of the Tumor Microenvironment: Geometric Insights at *the INdAM Workshop
on Analysis and Geometry in Control Theory and its Applications* in Rome,
Italy, June 9-13, 2014.

9. `Geometric Optimal Control Applied to Combination
Therapies for Cancer: Results and Open Problems at *Yonsei** University*, Seoul, South Korea, May 15,
2014.

10.
'Towards Metronomic Chemotherapy: The Role of
the Tumor Microenvironment in Optimal Drug Administration' at the *International Workshop on "Applications
of Ecological and Mathematical Theory to Cancer: New Challenges in*
NIMS Daejeon, South Korea, May 12-14, 2014.

11.
Heterogeneous
Tumors and Their Microenvironment: An optimal control approach to Anticancer
Therapies, *Arizona State University*,
March 6, 2014.

12.
On the control of
cell migration and proliferation in glioblastoma, *52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control*,
Florence, Italy, December 7-10, 2013.

13.
Combination therapies
for cancer as multi-input optimal control problems: Challenges and Open
Questions, Dept. of Mathematics, *University
of Kansas*, Lawrence, Kansas, October 21, 2013.

14.
Dynamics of tumor
microenvironment and metronomic chemotherapy, *International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology, Education and
Research, BEER*, Washington, DC, October 11-13, 2013.

15.
On the structure
of optimal protocols for anti-cancer therapies: an optimal control approach, part
I, *Workshop on Control and Observation of
Nonlinear Control Systems with Application to Medicine*, University of
Hawai'i at Mānoa, September 5-7, 2013.

16.
Optimal control
of cell migration in glioblastoma, *2013 AARMS Mathematical Biology Workshop*,
Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, July 27-29, 2013.

17.
Geometric methods in optimal
control theory applied to problems in biomedicine, *Between Theory and Applications - Mathematics in Action*, Będlewo, Poland, June 16-22, 2013.

18.
Controlling
miR-451 in glioblastoma through optimizing glucose intake,
*Annual Meeting of the Society for
Mathematical Biology*, Tempe, AZ, June 10-13, 2013.

19.
Optimal tumor responses
to antiangiogenic therapies, *Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology*, Tempe, AZ,
June 10-13, 2013.

20.
Cell migration
and proliferation in glioblastoma as an optimal control
problem with state space constraints, *Conference
on Dynamical Systems and Applications *in honor of Avner Friedman, Łódź University of Technology, Łódź, Poland, May 7, 2013.

21.
Timing and dosage
of anti-cancer drug therapies: an optimal control approach, School of Pharmacy,
*Southern Illinois University,
Edwardsville*, March 22, 2013.

22.
Challenges in Synthesis of Optimal Controls
For Problems Arising in Biomedicine, *ITN SADCO meeting*, January 24-25,
2013, Madeira, Portugal

23.
Tumor-Immune Interactions And The
Microenvironment: An Optimal Control Approach, *International Workshop on
Mathematical Models of Tumor-Immune System Dynamics*, January 7-10, 2013,
Sydney, Australia,

24.
Controlling Tumor Growth through its
Microenvironment, *International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology*,
November 10-11, 2012, St. Louis, Mo, USA

25.
On optimal
protocols for combinations of chemo- and immunotherapy, *51st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control*, December 11-14, Maui,
Hi, USA

26.
The role of vasculature
and the immune system in optimal protocols for cancer therapies, *UT Austin-Portugal Workshop on Modeling and
Simulation of Physiological Systems*, December 6-8, 2012, Lisbon, Portugal

27.
Optimal Control Applied to Mathematical Models of Cancer Combination
Therapies at the *International Workshop of Mathematical Modelling of Biological
Processes*, Harbin, China, September 3-7,
2012.

28.
Timing and
Dosages of Cancer Treatments-An Optimal Control Approach, *2 ^{nd} Annual Workshop on Cancer Systems Biology, Tumor Metronomics: Timing and Dose Level Dynamics*, Boston,
July 17-20, 2012

29.
Robustness and Sensitivity of Optimal
Protocols for Mathematical Models for Multi-drug Cancer Treatments, *9 ^{th} International Conference on
Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications*, Orlando,
Florida, July 1-5, 2012

30.
Optimal Control
of Multi-Input Systems in Cancer Chemotherapy, *the
11 ^{th} WSEAS International Conference on System Science and Simulation
in Engineering*, Singapore, May 11-13, 2012

31.
Analysis and Numerical Simulations of
Optimal Controls in Mathematical Models
for Cancer Treatments, *5 ^{th}
International Conference on High Order
Scientific Computing Modeling,
Simulation and Optimization of Complex Processes*, Hanoi, Vietnam, March 5-9, 2012

32.
Combination Therapies for Cancer as Multi-input Optimal Control Problems, *Stellenbosch
University*, South Africa, February 2012.

33.
The Role of Pharmacokinetics of Drugs in Optimizing Protocols for
Combination Treatments of Cancer, *US-SA Workshop “Mathematical Methods
in Systems Biology and Population Dynamics”*, AIMS, Cape Town, January
4-7, 2012

34.
Synthesis of
Optimal Controlled Trajectories in Biomedical Applications, *INRIA Saclay, Ecole Polytechnique*, Paris,
December 15, 2011

35.
Optimal control
of cancer: challenges, limitations, open questions, *Mathematical Oncology, New Challenges for Systems Biomedicine*, Erice, September 26-30, 2011

36.
Optimization of Multi-Input Control Systems Arising in Combination
Therapies for Cancer, *AFG Conference on Optimization*, Toulouse, September 19-23, 2011

37.
Multi-Input
Optimal Control Problems Arising in Mathematical Models for Combination
Therapies of Cancer, *SIAM Conference on
Control and Applications*, Baltimore, July 25-27, 2011

38.
Optimal protocols
for chemo- and immunotherapy in a mathematical model of tumor-immune
interactions, *European Conference of
Mathematical and Theoretical Biology*, Krakow, June 29-July 3, 2011.

39.
Analysis of
Multi-input Optimal Control Problems for Combination Therapies of Cancer, *Casablanca International Workshop on
Mathematical Biology*, June 20-24, 2011.

40.
Challenges in
Mathematical Modeling of Novel Cancer Treatments: An Optimal Control Approach, *International Conference of Mathematics of
Date*, Allahabad, India, December 31- January 4, 2011

41.
An Optimal Control Approach to Cancer Treatment under Immunological
Activity, *49 ^{th} IEEE Conference on Decision and Control*, December
14-18, 2010

42.
Optimizing Cancer
Treatments under Tumor-Immune System Interaction, *Midwest Optimization Conference*, October 8-9, 2010

43.
On a mathematical model of combined anti-angiogenic
and radiotherapy treatment, *16 ^{th}
Conference on Applications of Mathematics to Biology and Medicine, *Krynica, Poland, September 14-18, 2010

44.
Optimal and Realizable Suboptimal Protocols for Anti-Angiogenic
and Combination Therapies*, Workshop on Mathematical Modelling of Cancer Growth
and Treatment*, University of Dundee,
United Kingdom, August 27-29, 2010

45.
Optimal and
Suboptimal Protocols for Anti-Angiogenic and
Combination Therapies* Institute of
Medical Biomathematics*, Bene Ataroth, Israel,
June 13, 2010

46.
Minimizing Tumor
Volume for Mathematical Models of Combined Chemotherapy and Anti-Angiogenic Treatment with Pharmacokinetics: Optimal and
Realizable Suboptimal Protocols, *8 ^{th}
AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications*,
Dresden, Germany, May 25-18, 2010

47.
Optimal Control of Cancer Immune System Interactions under Treatment, *8 ^{th}
AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications*, Dresden, Germany, May 25-28, 2010.

48.
Analysis of
mathematical models for cancer treatments: search for optimal protocols, *University of Lodz*, Poland, May 2010.

49.
Can Mathematics Cure Cancer? Challenges in Mathematical Models for Cancer Treatments, William and Margaret Going Professorship Lecture, *Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville*,
April 2010.

50.
Mathematical Models for Tumor Anti-Angiogenesis: Optimal and Suboptimal
Protocols and the Role of Pharmacokinetics, *Workshop
on Mathematical Methods in Systems Biology*, Tel Aviv, Israel, January 4-7, 2010

51.
Bang-bang and
singular controls in mathematical model for combined anti-angiogenic
and chemotherapy treatment, *48th IEEE
Conference on Decision and Control, CDC 2009*, Shanghai, China, December
16-18, 2009

52.
Optimizing Treatment
Protocols in Mathematical Models for Combination Therapies in Cancer, *Midwest Optimization Conference*, Western
Michigan State University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, October 17, 2009

53.
On optimal
control for a model of cancer treatment with immunological activity, *Conference
on Applications of Mathematics in Biology and Medicine*, Szczyrk,
Poland, September 15-19, 2009.

54.
Optimal controls
minimizing tumor volume for a mathematical model of combination therapy, *14 ^{th} Belgium-French-German
Conference on Optimization*, Leuven, Belgium, September
14-18, 2009.

55.
On the structure
of optimal protocols for a mathematical model of tumor anti-angiogenic
therapy with linear pharmacokinetics**, **at
the *3 ^{rd} IEEE Multi Conference
on Systems and Control*, Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 8-10, 2009

56.
Analysis of Mathematical Models for Tumor Anti-Angiogenesis and
Combination Therapy, at the *Westfälische** Wilhelms Universität, *Muenster,
Germany, July 15, 2009.

57.
What can optimal
control tell us about cancer treatments? At the Workshop “*The Power, Beauty and Excitement of a Field
that Spans Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics*” held in
connection with June 9, 2009.* 2009
American Control Conference*, St. Louis, MO, June 10-12, 2009.

58.
The effect of
pharmacokinetics on optimal protocols for a mathematical model of tumor anti-angiogenic therapy,
*2009 American Control Conference*, St. Louis, June 10-12, 2009

59.
Optimal Control
of Mathematical Models for Cancer Treatments, A series of three lectures given
at the *Silesian Technical University*,
Poland May 11, 13, 14, 2009

60.
Optimal and suboptimal realizable protocols for a mathematical model of
administration of anti-angiogenic agents, *School of Pharmacy, SIUE*, March 2009

61.
Optimal and
realizable protocols for tumor antiangiogenesis and
combination therapy, *Lectures on Modeling
of Cancer Growth and Treatments*, Estoril,
Portugal, December 8-9, 2008.

62.
The scheduling of
angiogenic inhibitors minimizing tumor volume, *XIII International Conference on
Medical Informatics and Technologies, *Szczawnica,
Poland, October 16-18, 2008.

63.
Optimal protocols
for cancer: anti-angiogenesis, Part I and II, at the University of Lodz,
October 7 and 15, 2008.

64.
Singular controls
and chattering arcs in synthesis of optimal solutions for mathematical models
in biomedicine, *International Conference
“50 years of Optimal Control Theory”* Bedlewo,
Poland, September 15-20, 2008.

65.
Application of
optimal control to mathematical models of cancer growth and treatment,
Conference on Application of Mathematics to Biology and Medicine, Leszno, Poland, September 17-20, 2008.

66.
Application of
optimal control to mathematical models for cancer, *the Fifth International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computing*,
Plovdiv, Bulgaria, August 12-18, 2008.

67.
On dynamical
systems describing tumor growth under novel treatments, *12 ^{th} WSEAS International Conference on Systems*, Crete,
Greece, July 22-24, 2008.

68.
Analysis of
Mathematical Models for Novel Cancer Treatments, *World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts*, July 2008.

69.
Multi-control
problems arising in cancer treatments combining angiogenic
inhibitors with chemotherapy*, the 7th International Conference on
Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications*, Arlington,
Texas, May 2008

70.
Mathematical
models of novel cancer therapies as optimal control problems, at the Department
of Mathematics, *University of Hawaii*,
March 2008

71.
Optimal
and suboptimal protocols for a class of mathematical models of tumor growth
under angiogenic inhibitors, *First Joint AMS-NZMS International Meeting*, Victoria University of
Wellington, New Zealand, December 2007

72.
Synthesis
of optimal controls for mathematical models of tumor anti-angiogenesis, *First Joint AMS-PTM International Meeting*,
Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland, August 2007

73.
A
comparison of optimal and sub-optimal strategies for models of tumor
anti-angiogenesis, Part I, 23^{rd} IFIP TC7 Conference on Modeling and
Optimization, AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland, July
2007

74.
Dynamics
and control of cancer growth under anti-angiogenic
treatment, *Fifth International Conference
on Dynamical Systems and Applications*, Morehouse College, Atlanta, June
2007

75.
Optimal
protocols for mathematical models of tumor anti-angiogenesis, *Universidad Mayor de San Marcos*, Lima,
Peru, Colloquium’s talk, March 2007

76.
Application
of optimal control to mathematical models of tumor anti-angiogenesis, *Arizona State University*, Dept. of
Mathematics, Colloquium’s talk, February 2007

77.
Control
of dynamical systems in models for cancer treatments, (plenary talk) *Fifth
WSEAS Conference on Systems Science and Simulation in Engineering*,
Tenerife, Spain, December 2006

78.
Singular
controls in systems describing tumor anti-angiogenesis, *Fifth WSEAS
Conference on Systems Science and Simulation in Engineering*, Tenerife,
Spain, December 2006

79.
Minimizing
the tumor size in mathematical models for novel cancer treatment:
anti-angiogenesis, *Eighth Midwest Optimization Conference*, Miami
University, Oxford, OH, October 2006

80.
Application
of optimal control to a system describing tumor anti-angiogenesis, *17th
International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems*
(MTNS), Kyoto, Japan, July 2006,

81.
A
comparison of optimal controls for mathematical models of tumor
anti-angiogenesis, *World Conference on Differential Equations and
Applications (EQUA-DIFF 06)*, Marrakech, Morocco, June 2006

82.
An
Optimal Control Approach to Mathematical Models of Tumor Anti-Angiogenesis *Dept.
of Mathematics and Applied Mechanics, Warsaw University*, Warsaw, Poland,
June 2006

83.
New
perspectives in control of biomedical systems*,* (plenary talk)* ICGST** International Conference on Automatic
Control and System Engineering ACSE-05*, Cairo, Egypt, December 19-21, 2005.

84.
Optimal
Control for a System Modelling Tumor Anti-Angiogenesis*, ICGST
International Conference on Automatic Control and System Engineering ACSE-05*,
Cairo, Egypt, December 19-21, 2005.

85.
A
synthesis of optimal controls for a model of tumor growth under angiogenic inhibitors,* the 44rd IEEE Conference on
Decision and Control*, Seville, Spain, December 12-15, 2005.

86.
Analysis
of new mathematical models in biomedicine, *Lodz University*, Poland,
December 6, 2005.

87.
New
directions in analysis and optimal control of biomedical systems, *The Stefan
Banach International Mathematical Center, Polish
Academy of Sciences*, Warsaw, Poland, December 8, 2005

88.
Optimal
control for mathematical models of cancer treatments under evolving drug
resistance, *Imperial College*, London, England, June 9, 2005.

89.
Analysis
of optimal controls for a mathematical model of tumor anti-angiogenesis,
Workshop on Angiogenesis and Other Aspects of Tumor Growth, *Warsaw
University*, Poland, June 15, 2005.

90.
Application
of optimal control to modeling of a new method of cancer treatment:
anti-angiogenesis, *Lodz University*, Poland, June 19, 2005.

91.
Modeling
and dynamics for the optimal control of tumor anti-angiogenesis, International *Workshop
on Differential Equations and Dynamic Systems*, Guelph, Canada, July 29 --
July 31, 2005.

92.
Challenges
in mathematical modeling of cancer treatments, *Biotechnology and Bioengineering
Symposium, SIUE*, April 15, 2005.

93.
Dynamics
of HIV infection: Complexity of models, treatments, *Biotechnology and
Bioengineering Symposium, SIUE*, April 15, 2005.

94.
New
hope for cancer treatments: Anti-tumor angiogenesis, analysis of a mathematical
model, *Biotechnology and Bioengineering Symposium, SIUE*, April 15, 2005.

95.
Application
of optimal control to models for treatment of cancer and HIV, *Department of
Mathematics and Statistics, SIUE*, May 2005.

96.
The
role of PK/PD and drug resistance in models for cancer chemotherapy, *International
Conference on Medical Information and Technologies*, Miedzybrodzie
Zywieckie, Poland, October 2004

97.
The
role of pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) in models for cancer
chemotherapy, *Fourth World Congress of Nonlinear Analysis*, Orlando,
Florida, July 2004.

98.
International
Collaboration Research Grants Opportunities in Science and Engineering,
Luncheon “Women in Analysis” at *Fourth World Congress of
Nonlinear Analysis*, Orlando, Florida, July 2004.

99.
Application
of control theory in modeling of cancer chemotherapy, *International
Conference on Control, Automation and Systems*, Bangkok, Thailand, August
2004

100.
Analysis
of the bone marrow model with pharmacokinetics (PK), *Symposium on Nonlinear
Analysis*, Lodz, Poland, January 2004

101.
Optimal
control for a bilinear model with recruiting agent in cancer chemotherapy, *IEEE
Conference on Decision and Control*, Maui, December 2003.

102.
Mathematical
Methods for the Analysis of Optimal Controls in Compartmental Models for Cancer
Chemotherapy, *Workshop on Mathematical Modeling of Cell Proliferation and
Cancer Chemotherapy, Mathematical Biosciences Institute*, Columbus, Ohio,
November 2003

103.
Analysis
of optimal controls for a class of biomedical systems, *24 ^{th} Colóquio Brasileiro de Matemática,* Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 2003.

104.
The
role of the objective in the control of biomedical models, *Silesian
Technical University*, Gliwice, Poland, June 2003

105.
Control
of diseases with strong cell proliferation rates: cancer and HIV, *University
of Lodz*, Poland, June 2003

106.
Local
optimality of extremals in mathematical models for
chemotherapy, *CIMPA School and Workshop on Geometric Non-linear Control*,
Campinas, Brazil, July 2003

107.
The
Role of Dynamics and Objective in Modeling Cancer Chemotherapy, *Fourth
International Conference on Dynamic Systems and Application,Atlanta*, Georgia, May 21-24, 2003

108.
Compartmental
models for cancer chemotherapy, *Department of Math. and
Stat., SIUE*, May 2003.

109.
Sufficient
conditions for optimality of controls in biomedical systems, *41 ^{st}
IEEE Conference on Decision and Control* (CDC), L

110.
A
comparison of optimal controls for a model in cancer chemotherapy with L_{1}-
and L_{2}-type objectives, *International Conference on
Optimization Methods and Software*, Hangzhou, China, December 2002

111.
Sufficient
conditions for optimal controls in biomedical systems, *1 ^{st} Junior
European Meeting on Control Theory and Stability*, University of Bourgogne,
Dijon, France, October 2002

112.
Optimality
conditions for a cl*University of Łódź*, Poland, October
2002

113.
Optimal
controls for a two-compartment model for cancer chemotherapy with quadratic
objective”, *5 ^{th} Portuguese Conference on Automatic Control*
(Controlo 2002), Aveiro,
Portugal, September 2002

114.
Analysis
of optimal controls for mathematical models of chemotherapy for cancer and HIV,
*University of Porto*, Porto, Portugal, September 2002

115.
Analysis
of optimal controls for mathematical models of chemotherapy for cancer and HIV,
*University of Minho*, Guimaraes, Portugal,
September 2002,

116.
“On
optimal controls for a general mathematical model for chemotherapy of
HIV”, at the *2002 American Control Conference*, Anchorage, Alaska,
May 2002.

117.
“Optimal
control for a general cl^{th} International *Conference
on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations*, Wilmington, North
Carolina, May 2002

118.
“On
a synthesis of optimal controls for a mathematical model of cancer
chemotherapy”, at the *SIAM Conference on Control*, San Diego, CA,
July 11-14, 2001.

119.
“On
optimal controls for a 3-compartment model of cancer chemotherapy,” at *IASTED
International Conference on Control and Applications*, Banff, Canada, June
27-29, 2001.

120.
“On
generalizations of the Euler-Lagrange equation”, at the *Third World
Congress of Nonlinear Analysts,* Catania, Italy, July 2000.

121.
“Optimal
control of mathematical models in cancer chemotherapy”, Colloquium talk at the *University of Lodz*, Lodz, Poland, June
2000.

122.
“On
the synthesis of controls for a mathematical model of cancer
chemotherapy,” *39 ^{th} IEEE Conference on Decision and Control*,
Sydney, Australia, December 2000.

123.
“Optimal
control for a mathematical model of cancer chemotherapy”, at *IASTED
International Conference on Control and Applications*, Cancun, Mexico, May
2000.

124.
“Perturbation
feedback control law and its generalizations”, Colloquium talk at the *University of Lodz*, Lodz, Poland, June
1999.

125.
“High-order
local Maximum Principle: theory, comparisons, examples”, Colloquium talk
at Center for Viability and Control, *Dauphine University*, Paris, France,
May 1999.

126.
“Perturbation
feedback control and neighboring extremals in
abnormal cases”, at *IASTED International Conference on Control and
Applications*, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 1998.

127.
“High-order
approximations in optimal control theory: A comparison of normal, abnormal and
singular cases”, at the *13-th International Symposium on Mathematical
Theory of Networks and Systems*, Padova, Italy,
July 1998.

128.
“High-order
approximations in optimization and optimal control,” Colloquium talk at *University of Florence*, Florence, Italy, June
1998.

129.
“High-order
approximations for abnormal bang-bang extremals”,
at the *18 ^{th} IFIP Conference on Optimization and Mathematical
Modeling*, Detroit, MI, July 21-25, 1997.

130.
“Comparison
of first, second and third order approximations in optimal control: conditions
for accessory problem”, Colloquium talk at the *University of Lodz*,
Lodz, Poland, June 1997.

131.
“High-order
Maximum Principle”, at the *Conference on Optimal Control: Theory,
Methods and Applications,* at the University of Florida, Gainesville,
February 27-March 1, 1997.

132.
“High-order
approximations with applications to abnormal problems in optimization and
optimal control”, Colloquium talk at the *Florida
Institute of Technology*, February 24, 1997.

133.
"A
high-order generalization of the Lyusternik theorem
without surjectivity condition and its application to
optimization", *Second World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts*, Athens,
July 1996.

134.
"Optimality
Conditions for Control Problems Governed by Abstract Semilinear
Differential Equations in Complex Banach Space",
at the *International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential
Equations*, Springfield, Missouri, June 1996.

135.
"On
high-order tangent cones and their applications in optimal control", 12-th
International Symposium on the *Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems
(MTNS-96)*, St. Louis (Missouri), June 24-28, 1996.

136.
"Extended
Maximum principle and second-order condition for abnormal problems in optimal
control", Colloquium Talk at the Institute of Mathematics, *Lodz
University*, Lodz (Poland), January 1996

137.
"On
a new type of approximating cones in optimization and extended Maximum
Principle", at the *University of Rhode Island*, Kingston, August 16,
1995

138.
"Second
order Dubovitskii-Milyutin theory and second order
optimality conditions to abnormal optimal control problems", at a Special
Session on Nonlinear Dynamics, *Annual Meeting of AMS*, San Francisco,
January 1995.

139.
"Nontrivial
optimality conditions in abnormal optimal control problems”, at the *Third
SIAM Conference on Control and Applications*,

140.
"Second
order approximating cones for abnormal problems in optimization and optimal
control", *International Congress of Mathematicians*, ICM94,

141.
"Extension
of the Dubovitskii-Milyutin method to second order
approximating cones and its applications", at the Session of Polish
Mathematical Society, ,

142.
"First
and second order conditions for optimality II. abnormal
optimal control problems", at the *Conference on Optimization*,

143.
"On
abnormal problems in optimization and optimal control", at the Department
of Applied Mathematics, * University
of Virginia*,

144.
"Pareto
optimality conditions for abnormal optimization and optimal control
problems", at the *Conference on Optimal Control*,

145.
"Generalizations
of the Lusternik theorem and their applications to nonsmooth and abnormal problems in optimization and optimal
control", at the *First World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts*,

146.
"On
some type of higher order conditions for optimality and their applications to
abnormal problems in control theory", at the Session of Polish
Mathematical Society, ,

147.
"An
extension of Maximum Principle for abnormal problems", at the *Summer
School on Control Theory*, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada, July
26-August 7, 1992.

148.
"On
a certain type of Higher Order Maximum Principle (HMP)", at the *AMS
Annual Meeting in Baltimore*, January 1992.

149.
"Abnormalities
in optimal control problems of distributed parameter systems in Banach spaces", at the *20-th Midwest Conference of
Differential Equations* in

150.
"On
nonregular optimization and abnormal optimal control
problems", at *Second International Conference of Industrial and Applied
Mathematics, ICIAM 91*,

151.
"Optimality
conditions for abnormal optimal control problems of with additional equality
constraints", at *International Conference on the Theory and
Applications of Differential Equations* in

152.
"Necessary
conditions of optimality and Pareto optimality for abnormal optimization and
optimal control problems", at *Optimization Days*,

153.
"On
the Dubovitskii-Milyutin method and abnormal optimal
control problems", at the Department of Systems Science and Mathematics, *Washington
University*, April 1991

154.
"On
some extension of the Pontryagin type maximum
principle to the abnormal optimal control problems", at the *AMS Annual
Meeting* in

155.
"Optimality
conditions for abnormal optimal control problems of systems with terminal
data", at the *International Conference on the Theory of Differential
Equations and Applications to Oceanography*, Goa University (India),
December 17-21, 1990.

156.
"On
an abnormal optimal control problem", at the *International Conference
on Mathematical Theory of Control*, IIT Bombay (

157.
"On
optimal control of distributed parameter systems with terminal data", at *the
Nineteenth Annual Midwest Differential and Integral Equations Conference*,
Rolla (

158.
"On
optimization problems in the nonregular cases and
abnormal optimal controls", *at Florida
Institute of Technology*,

159.
"Conditions
of optimality and Pareto optimality in nonregular extremum problems in Banach
spaces and their applications to abnormal optimal control problems", at
the *XIX Conference of Applied Mathematics*, Pradocin
(

160.
"The
Euler - Lagrange equations for nonregular extremum problems in Banach
spaces", at the *AMS Annual Meeting*,

161.
"On
some optimal control problems of parabolic and hyperbolic equations", at
the *Midwest Conference on Differential Equations*,

162.
"Application
of the Moser's technique to the tangent direction problem for nonlinear
evolution equations", at the *International Conference on Differential
Equations, Theory and Applications to Stability and Control*, Colorado
Springs, (Colorado), June 7-10, 1989.

163.
"On further extensions of the Dubovitskii-Milyutin
formalism", at the *AMS Annual Meeting*,

164.
"On
extensions of the Dubovitskii-Milyutin method and
their applications to optimal control of ordinary and partial differential
equations", at *Southern Illinois University at Carbondale*, January
1989

165.
"Application
of some specifications of the Dubovitskii-Milyutin
theorem to optimal control problems with additional equality constraints",
at the * University
of Rhode Island*,

166.
"On
some optimal control problems of differential equations with additional
equality contraints", at the *International
Conference in Honor of Solomon Lefschetz and
Joseph P.LaSalle ``30 Years of Modern Optimal Control
Theory*,"

167.
"Application
of Global Linearization Iterative Methods to general optimal control problems
in Banach spaces", at the *International
Conference on Theory and Applications of Differential Equations*,

168.
"The
Euler-Lagrange equation in the presence of unbounded operator constraints"
at the *AMS Annual Meeting* ,

169.
"On
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optimization and their applications", at *Southwest Texas State
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