Dr. Mamadou Alouma DIALLO

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Dr. Diallo is an electromechanical engineer, mathematical modeler and physicist, member of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (A.S.M.E.)

and the LONDON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY elected on november, the 10th,  2017. His engineering expertise includes research, specification, design, construction, analysis, evaluation, and test of machines, devices, equipments, electrical and electronic components, systems and processes, and plan and oversee their development, installation, operation and maintenance. 

His mathematical modeling expertise includes the analysis and solution of PDEs, optimal contrôl and inverse problems, numerical analysis, modeling of physical systems, statistics & forecasting...

His expertise in physical sciences includes the analysis and modelling of heat and fluid flow, electric circuits, waves and vibrations...

Dr. Diallo capitalizes 17 years work experience in the supervision of big engineering projects like power stations, electric networks and pumping stations.

Now he is working jointly as lecturer, researcher and consultant engineer in Energy, Hydraulic and Sanitation in Senegal and West Africa andas well as  chairman of Carmels Research Institute.

Furthermore, Dr. Diallo is a researcher, member of the « SYSTEMATIC INITIATIVE FOR MODELLING INVESTIGATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES WITH DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (SIMIODE) » – Led by Prof. BRIAN WINKLE - NEW YORK/USA
(https://www.simiode.org/).

 

SIMIODE

Research & Professional activities

MY LATEST RESEARCH

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My latest research is in the field of Water supply and Energy and Epidemiology. In particular, I am interested in the modelling of epidemics, simulation of water flow through aquifers and their contamination, water treatment solutions and power engineering.

My  interests focuses on the use of mathematics to solve engineering problems and to model physical systems, mainly production strategies in manufacturing industries, energy saving, fluid and heat flow problems.