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Pawel May 9, 2005 06:10

Conference in Rhodes, Greece
 
Dear All,

I would like to inform all of you about International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2005 in RHODES, Greece, 16-20 September 2005.

Topics to be, during the conference, include all the research areas of Numerical Analysis and Computational Mathematics, as well as all the research areas of Applied and Industrial Mathematics.

As you will probably agree with us, CFD is a suitable topic for this conference, and that is why we have decided to take part in organizing a session or even a minisymposium (this is dependent on the number of participants).

A working title of the session/minisymposium is: "Computational Fluid Dynamics, numerical methods and application". If the number of the papers/participants is sufficient enough, we can split this into a few sessions devoted to different topics of CFD.

The papers presented on the conference will be published (after a review) in:

"Applied Numerical Analysis and Computational Mathematics" (ANACM) (Wiley-VCH)

or

"Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences" (Wiley & Sons)

Besides, the proceedings of the previous conference (ICNAAM 2004) have been abstracted/indexed in ISI Proceedings.

All the details about the very conference you can find on http://www.uop.gr/~icnaam/. However, if you want to take part in our session/minisymposium, please let us know by writing as soon as possible an informal e-mail with your name(s), affiliation and title of the paper. Please do this until 25th of May.

Thanks to this, we will try to estimate the approximate number of participants. It will help us to make further decisions. If the number of papers will be sufficient enough, we will ask you to send more details, and of course your papers.

Regards Alex C. Hoffmann (Prof.), Pawel Kosinski (Dr.) The University of Bergen Department of Physics and Technology Allegt 55 5007 Bergen Norway Fax: +47 55 58 94 40 e-mail: Pawel.Kosinski@ift.uib.no


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