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Old   February 7, 1999, 20:33
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Roland Vilsmeier
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We wish to announce the 2nd international Symposium on

FINITE VOLUMES FOR COMPLEX APPLICATIONS

- Problems and Perspectives -

to be held July 19th-23rd 1999 at the University of Duisburg, Germany.

The FVCA-Symposium is intended to provide a discoussion forum for mathematicians, physicists concerned with or interested in Finite Volume Methods for any application.

According to the title, a critical look at the subject is intended. NEW IDEAS should be presented, even if they did not yet show full success. The demonstration of LIMITS or ERRORS of methods is explicitly welcome.

DEADLINE for abstracts: March, 15. 1999.

PROCEEDINGS will be printed and made available.

ON THE WEB: http://www.vug.uni-duisburg.de/FVCAII

Please refer to the web-pages for further details and do not hesitate to contact the organizers for any questions.

Hoping to see you summer in Duisburg.

Fayssal Benkhaldoun, Dieter H"anel and Roland Vilsmeier
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