The 2003 Workshop on
Wave Phenomena in Physics and Engineering:
New Models, Algorithms, and Applications
Montreal, Canada, May 18 - May 21, 2003
In conjunction with
The 2003 International Conference on Computational Science and Applications
The workshop is co-sponsored by
|Scope of the Workshop||Registration|
|Call for Papers||Important Dates|
The 2003 Workshop on Wave Phenomena in Physics and Engineering is organized in conjunction
with ICCSA-2003 which will be held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada from May
18, 2003 till May 21, 2003. The conference is organized following the tradition
of emphasis on Computational Science and Its Applications at
the previous meetings in this series held in San Francisco (ICCS2001) and
in Amsterdam (ICCS2002).
Focusing on the computational aspects, paper submissions are invited in the following topics of interest:
invited to submit original and unpublished papers for oral presentation at the workshop on Wave Phenomena in
Physics and Engineering. The submitted papers of 6 to 10 A4 pages must be
formatted according to the rules of LNCS
(Springer Verlag). Submission implies that
at least one of the authors of the submitted paper will register and
present the paper. In your submission please indicate the name of the presenter
and send a PostScript or PDF version of the paper electronically to one of the contact person (see below).
Accepted papers for the Wave Phenomena in Physics and Engineering workshop will be included in the proceedings of the ICCS conference to be published
in the Springer-Verlag LNCS series. In addition, the authors of
selected papers will be invited to submit their extended contributions
to a Special Issue of the IMACS journal Mathematics and Computers in Simulation .
The conference will be held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Further details on the conference venue and details of accommodation are available at this site.
All the essential information for authors related registration can be found here.
|Roderick Melnik Mathematical Modelling, MCI, University of Southern Denmark DK-6400, Denmark||Alex Povitsky Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, H3G 1M8|
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