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- IMA Tutorial: Computer
Graphics, 10-11 May 2001.
- IMA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,
- Vibroimpact and Strongly Nonlinear Systems XIII Symposium,
13-18 May 2000.
- Zvenigorod, Russia.
- Scope of the Symposium: The Symposium on
Vibroimpact and Strongly Nonlinear Systems is organized every
three years for a review and discussion of recent developments and
future prospects in this active area of research. The scope of the
symposium includes both fundamental research and applications of
theoretical methods. The symposium is designed to encourage extended
free discussion of current results and ongoing research. There will
be no parallel sessions.
- Analysis and control of non-smooth mechanical systems.
- Wave processes in vibroimpact systems.
- Random vibrations of non-smooth systems.
- Experimental research on vibroimpact and strongly nonlinear
Prof. V. Astashev
Mechanical Engineering Research Institute RAS
M. Khariton'evsky, 4, Moscow, 101830 RUSSIA
Fax: (7 095) 315 51 97,
Phone: (7 095) 924 92 92
- IMA Workshop 8: Computer
Graphics, 14-18 May 2001.
- IMA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,
- Dynamics Days
Europe 2001, 5-8 June 2001.
- Dresden, Germany.
- Dynamics Days Europe is a major international conference aimed at
covering the entire field of dynamics and nonlinearity. The XXI-st event
in this tradition will take place in Dresden, sponsored by the
Max-Planck-Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems.
- The Fifth Institut Non Lineaire de Nice (INLN)
Interdisciplinary school on
11-16 June 2001.
- Peyresq, France.
- This year the courses are distributed in the following topics:
(1) Liquid-gas interface and vaporisation.
(2) Bose-Einstein Condensates.
- Fordon Research Conference on
Nonlinear Science, 17-22 June 2001.
- Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts.
- This will be an interdisciplinary conference focusing on
applications of the methods and concepts from nonlinear dynamics
to all areas of science. Special emphasis will be on experimental
nonlinear systems and the development of new nonlinear techniques
aimed at addressing scientific issues.
The inaugural meeting of the GRC on Nonlinear Science will cover
a broad range of topics, although future meetings will have themes
determined by the conferees. Examples of topics for the 2001
conference include spatiotemporal dynamics, biological systems, fluid
dynamics, dynamical systems theory, optical and solid state systems,
complex systems, and data analysis. We will also have several
"outreached sessions" linking nonlinear dynamics with other areas of
- Third Meeting on
(CELMEC III), 18-22 June 2001.
- Monte Porzio Catone (Roma), Italy.
- Second European Interdisciplinary School
on Nonlinear Dynamics
for System and Signal Analysis (EUROATTRACTOR2001),
19-28 June 2001.
- Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering,
Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.
- Main topics:
- Modelling of complex systems, in particular
for socio-economic applications
- Fluctuations of financial markets; Option pricing
- Time series analysis
- Levy flights
- Control of chaos
- Dynamical systems - mathematical and physical
- The Fifth Time Series
Arrabida Workshop, 2-6 July 2001.
- Convento da Arrabida, near Lisbon, Portugal.
- Progress in Nonlinear
Science: Dedicated to the 100-th Anniversary of Alexander A. Andronov,
2-6 July 2001.
- Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
- Three topical conferences "Mathematical Problems of
Nonlinear Dynamics", "Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics",
and "Nonlinear Oscillations, Control and Information"
will be held within the framework of the Conference to cover
different issues of nonlinear science with emphasis on recent
- Topics: The Conference organizers intend to
cover all the fields where Alexander A. Andronov made
stimulating contributions or which stem from these
contributions, and to present the further developments. Three topical
conferences "Mathematical Problems of Nonlinear Dynamics",
"Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics", and "Nonlinear Oscillations,
Control and Information" will be held within the framework of
the Conference to cover different issues of nonlinear science
with emphasis on recent progress.
Each topical conference will include oral and poster sessions. A
set of invited plenary lectures on interrelated topics will also
be presented. Several lectures will be devoted to the activity
and the heritage of Alexander A. Andronov.
Books and documents concerned with the life and professional
activities of Alexander A. Andronov and their historical
background will be permanently exhibited during the Conference.
- LMS Durham workshop on Mathematics of Combustion, 4-14th July 2001
- University of Durham, UK
Progress in Partial Differential Equations,
9-13 July 2001.
- Royal Society of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Focus: The main purpose of the meeting is to
bring together leading experts in this broad and fast-moving area
with the objective of highlighting recent important
developments. Particular attention will be paid to developments in
PDEs that relate to the sciences and other areas of mathematics such
as geometry, the calculus of variations, dynamical systems and
- 2001 SIAM Annual Meeting,
9-13 July 2001.
- San Diego, California, USA.
- Meeting Themes include:
- Numerical Methods and Analysis for PDEs
- Methods and Analysis of Strongly Couples Multiscale Problems
- Electromagnetics and Acoustics
- Mathematical Biology
- Quantification of Uncertainty in Modeling and Simulation
- 10th Biennial
Computational Techniques and Applications Conference,
16-18 July 2000.
- University Of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD 4072, Australia.
- Background: A conference on aspects of computational
mathematics; scientific, technical, and industrial
applications; and high performance computing.
Waves 2001, 12th August-1st September 2000.
- Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge.
- Aims: The two main themes of
this three-week conference are (a) three
dimensional aspects of nonlinear waves and
patterns and (b) wind-wave, wave-wave and wave-turbulence
interactions. Subthemes at the conference will
include: Large-amplitude and breaking waves; Wind-wave
and wave-wave interactions; Hamiltonian and multi-symplectic
formulations; Solitary waves and fronts; Water-wave
turbulence and Euler-turbulence; Linear and
nonlinear asymptotic models; Stability of waves
and patterns; Effect of dissipation and forcing;
Analysis and development of model PDEs;
Statistical versus deterministic nonlinear models;
The limiting form of 3D waves; Integrability of
water waves and model PDE. The conference
organisers are S E Belcher (Reading), T J Bridges
(Surrey) and S G Sajjadi (Salford). As planning
develops, information about the conference will
be posted at the website
- Second workshop on
Conley Index and Related Topics, 15-18 August 2001
- Sherbrooke (Quebec), Canada.
- The objective of the workshop is to stimulate an exchange and
collaboration on various problems related to extensions and
applications of the Conley index theory as well as to the
computation of the index. A particular place will be given to infinite
dimensional Conley index, computational topology and computational
dynamics, applications of the index to differential equations, discrete
dynamical systems and experimental time series.
- 2001 WSES International Conference on
1-6 September 2001.
- Joint SIAM-European
Mathematical Society Conference on
Applied Mathematics in Our
, 2-6 September 2001.
- Berlin, Germany.
- This will be the first major SIAM conference ever held in
Europe. It is an important step in
bringing a broad and inclusive approach to applied
- First SIAM Conference on
22-24 September 2001.
- Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- First SIAM Conference on the
24-26 September 2001.
- Boston, MA, USA.
- First SIAM Conference on
26-28 September 2001.
- Boston Park, Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- School on
Analysis Techniques for Space Plasma Data,
8-13 October 2001.
- La Londe-Les Maures (French Riviera).
- The objective of this school is to present data analysis techniques
for the study of space plasmas. A central issue will be the
interpretation of these techniques, their validation and an
understanding of their limitations. The focus will be put on
experimental wave and particle data, but several aspects of simulation
data analysis will be considered as well.
The programme includes introductory and advanced courses on topics
- Spectral analysis (Fourier and correlation techniques,
time-frequency analysis, wave identification...)
- Multipoint analysis techniques for CLUSTER-II
- Statistical analysis of turbulence (higher order statistics...)
- Nonlinear wave interactions (higher order spectra...),
- Nonlinear dynamics and deterministic models (chaotic dynamics,
- Applied topics (data preprocessing, denoising, hypothesis testing,
long-range correlations and self-similarity)
- Special topics (artificial intelligence, inverse problems)
- Dynamics and Unsteady Operation of Chemical Reaction Systems,
4-9 November 2000. This is session of the
AICHE 2001 Annual Meeting.
- Reno, Nevada, USA.
- Seventh SIAM Conference on
Geometric Design (SIAG/GD), 5-8 November 2001.
- Holiday Inn Capitol Paza Hotel, Sacramento, California, USA.
- National Conference on
21-24th December 2001.
- J. N. Tata Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore, India.
- Preliminary Call for Papers:
Original contributions to Biomedical engineering, based on theoretical /
simulation / experimental research and development are invited for
presentation in the National Conference on Biomedical Engineering
organised by IISc and Biomedical Engineering Society of India, and
technically sponsored by IEEE-EMBS.
- Special session on
Diffuse Interface Problems in Fluid Mechanics and Materials Science,
in the Microgravity Science and Space Processing Symposium at the
40th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit.
14-17 January 2002.
- Reno Hilton, Reno, NV, USA.
- Starting with van der Waals and Korteweg, many have studied the
diffuse nature of interfaces. This session will feature work on
numerical modeling of interfacial phenomena using square gradient
methods and on experimental work with miscible systems.
- Transient interfacial phenomena in miscible fluids
- Korteweg stresses in fluids
- Cahn-Hilliard theory
- Phase-field modeling
New Directions in Dynamical Systems 2002
(ICM 2002 Satellite Conference), 5-15 August 2002.
- Ryukoku University (August 5-9, 2002) and
Kyoto University (August 11-15, 2002), Kyoto, Japan.
- About the conference: The objective of the
conference is to stimulate the exchange of
new ideas in various fields of dynamical systems. Any field of
dynamical systems theory will be treated in NDDS2002, with special
emphasis on new directions of reserach for future development.
The topics include: smooth dynamical systems, complex dynamical
systems and foliations, ergodic theory, Hamiltonian systems,
low-dimensional dynamics, topological methods, rigidity,
The organizing committee intends to select such new topics
and invite the most suitable speakers possible. Every participant
will have the opportunity to give a contributed presentation.
Young researchers and students are therefore particularly welcome
to take part in the conference.
The conference will consist of two parts: The first week
is mainly formed by series of lectures on selected topics. This will
be held at Ryukoku University, Fukakusa campus (south part of Kyoto
city) from August 5th to 9th. The second week is formed by invited
and contributed talks including short communications, which will
be held at Kyoto University (north-east part of Kyoto city) from
August 11th to 15th.
- Symposium on Nonlinear Dynamics in Polymer Systems,
8-13 September 2002. Part of the
American Chemical Society National Meeting
- Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- Reactive & Nonreactive Systems
- Temporal and Spatial Self Organization
- Theory, Simulation and Experiment
- Intrinsic nonlinearities in polymeric systems
- Polymers coupled to nonlinear systems
John A. Pojman and
Qui Tran-Cong (
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