UK Nonlinear News, February 1999.
Members: Tassos Bountis (Patras,
Greece), Hiroshi Hasegawa (Tokyo, Japan),
Jean-Louis Pichard (Saclay, France), Toma\v z
Slovenia), and Aneta Stefanovska (Ljubljana, Slovenia).
The list of confirmed invited lecturers and speakers includes: Y.Alhassid (Yale, USA), Y. Aizawa (Waseda Univ., Tokyo, Japan), S.Bishop (UC London, UK), T. Bountis (Patras, Greece), G. Casati (Como, Italy), P. Coullet (Nice, France), P. Cvitanovi\'c (Copenhagen, Denmark and Chicago, USA), B. Eckhardt (Marburg, Germany), H. Fujisaka (Kyoto, Japan), G. Gallavotti (La Sapienza, Rome, Italy), T. Geisel (G\"ottingen, Germany), L. Glass (McGill University, Montreal,
Canada), J. Gravner (University of California, Davis, USA), S. Grossmann (Marburg, Germany), H. Haken (Stuttgart, Germany), H. Hasegawa (Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan), V. Jirsa (Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, USA), V. Krinsky (Nice, France), Y. Kuramoto (Kyoto, Japan), M. Matsushita (Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan), P.V.E. McClintock (Lancaster, UK), E. Mosekilde (DTU, Lyngby, Denmark), K. Nakamura (Osaka City University, Japan), J.-L. Pichard (Saclay, France), T. Prosen (Ljubljana, Slovenia), A. Rapisarda (Catania, Italy), K. Richter (Dresden, Germany), M. Robnik (Maribor, Slovenia), T. Seligman (Cuernavaca, Mexico), A. Shudo (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan), C.F. Starmer (Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, USA), A. Stefanovska (Ljubljana, Slovenia), I. Stewart (Warwick, UK), H.-J. St\"ockmann (Marburg, Germany), P. Tass (D\"usseldorf, Germany), A. Voros (Saclay, France).
The scientific programme will cover wide interdisciplinary areas of nonlinear dynamics and synergetics in physics, mathematics, technology, chemistry, physiology and economy, with the strong emphasis on physics. The participants are expected to be mainly Ph.D. students (research students), but also late undergradute students, postdocs, junior scientists/ professors and also experienced senior scientists/ professors.
The normal participation fee is 1,600.-DM and covers all local expenses. Applications are welcome before 15 May 1999, late applications (increased participation fee of 1,800.-DM) before 24 June 1999. The deadline for posters and short reports is also 15 May 1999. Financial support for qualified participants is possible, especially for participants from Easthern European countries: The deadline for applications for financial support is 18 April 1999.
Further information is available from the Organizing Committee: CAMTP, Summer School, University of Maribor, Krekova 2, SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia, Tel.: +(386) (62) 213151 and 2296440, Fax: +(386) (62) 213151 and 213541, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, WWW home page with complete information: http://www.uni-mb.si/. In case of doubt please contact the Director Professor Marko Robnik at e-mail: email@example.com.
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