Fractal 97

"Fractals in the Natural and Applied Sciences"

4th International Multidisciplinary Working Conference
8 - 11 April 1997, Denver, Colorado, USA

For up-to-date information on this conference please read the conference URL http://www.kingston.ac.uk/~ap_s412.

Call for Papers

AIMS AND SCOPE

The conference is intended to provide a forum for the dissemination of the latest research findings in the broad field of fractals. Interdisciplinary submissions are strongly encouraged.

CONFERENCE TOPICS (amongst others)

Applications (including medicine and economics), Diffusion, Disordered systems, Dynamical systems, Fractal surfaces, Growth phenomena, Image analysis, Multifractal formalism, Pattern formation, Phase transitions, Self organization, Turbulence, Visualization

PAPER SUBMISSION

Four copies of a full paper in English, typed on one side only and limited to 5000 words (11 pages in total), should be sent by post to arrive no later than August 5, 1996. No email or fax submissions will be accepted. Submission of a paper implies that the work has not been previously published nor is currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. In order to be considered, the first page should contain the title, authors' names and affiliations, phone and fax numbers, full electronic and postal addresses, an abstract of not more than 200 words, and at most five keywords. All papers will be refereed and those accepted and presented will be published.

ORGANIZATION

The Conference is promoted by the International Federation for Information Processing through its Specialist Group on Fractals, SG15, is organized by Kingston University, UK and hosted by University of Denver, USA.

CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN       M. M. Novak (UK)

ORGANIZING CHAIRMAN         T. G. Dewey (USA)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

D. Avnir (Israel), E. Ben-Jacob (Israel), A. Coniglio (Italy), M. Daoud (France), T. G. Dewey (USA), F. Family (USA), N. Frankel (Australia), M. H. Jensen (Denmark), R. Kapral (Canada), M. Keane (The Netherlands), J. M. Kowalski (USA), M. Lapidus (USA), A. J. Mandell (USA), M. M. Novak (UK - chair), H. E. Stanley (USA), H. Takayasu (Japan), R. B. Tao (P. R. of China), T. Tel (Hungary), R. Tokunaga (Japan), S. Ushiki (Japan)
(awaiting confirmation from others)

SCHEDULE

      5 August 1996             Deadline for full papers
    14 October 1996           Notification of acceptance
      8 November 1996       Camera ready copy
  8-11 April 1997               Conference

INFORMATION

Please submit your paper to:
Miroslav M. Novak
School of Physics               Email: novak@kingston.ac.uk
Kingston University             Fax: +44 181 547 7562
Surrey KT1 2EE                         +44 181 547 7419
England                               Tel: +44 181 547 2000


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