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Conference on Ordinary
and Partial Differential
25 - 28 June 1996: University of Dundee
The purpose of the Conference is to bring together research workers
with a common interest in differential equations and their
applications. The theme of the meeting is the study of ODEs and PDEs
as models arising in physical and biological systems, including
electromagnetics, acoustics, electronics, fluids and others.
Particular attention will be focused on recent developments in the
analysis of wave propagation, inverse problems, and dynamical systems,
including non-linear systems.
The programme will consist of invited and contributed lectures.
Invitations to speak at the Conference have so far been
| D S Broomhead
|| F X Canning
|| K P Hadeler
| R E Kleinman
|| P Maini
|| M J Miksis
| D L Rod
|| B D Sleeman
|| J M T Thompson
Contributed talks are invited on any work connected with
ordinary and partial differential equations and their applications.
Twenty-five minutes will be allocated to each speaker for presentation
of results and discussion. If you wish to contribute a talk then please
send an email message with subject line ABS96 firstname.lastname@example.org
Your message should contain only your name, your affiliation, the
title and a plain text or LaTeX abstract of your talk, each separated
by an empty line.
The Conference Fee is £100. There is a special
reduced fee of £50 for UK postgraduate students.
Accommodation will be mainly in standard single rooms in West
Park Hall, a University hall of residence. The daily rate for these
(including breakfast, lunch and dinner) is £38. Twin and
ensuite rooms are also available.
- A postscript copy of the full
conference information sheet (which can then be saved and printed) is
The closing date for receipt of registrations has been extended
to 13 May 1996.
- You can register for the conference by
filling in an online form,
or if you prefer you can obtain a postscript copy of the registration
- This should be
completed and returned to Conference on Differential Equations, Dr
R J Jarvis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University
of Dundee, DUNDEE, Scotland, U.K. DD1 4HN
17 April 1996 (PJD)
Penny J. Davies
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