UK Nonlinear News, July 1996
The International Conference on Applied Dynamics near the Millenium (ANDM97)

San Diego, California, USA. July 7-11, 1997

First Call For Participants

This is the first announcement for the Applied Nonlinear Dynamics Near the Millenium meeting to be held in San Diego July 1997.

ANDM97 is tentatively scheduled for San Diego July 7-11 1997. The meeting will stress applications of nonlinear dynamic and stochastic processes, although front-line theoretical research will also be discussed. The organisers intend to make this meeting a forum for discussion on translating the basic research in this area of the past two decades into real systems, devices and other applications. Preference will be given to younger researchers with bright ideas, who do not often get the opportunity to speak at international meetings. A serious effort will be made to exclude talks that have already been given at recent meetings on the subject.

Co-Hosts

Sponsors

CHAIRMEN

INTERNATIONAL CO-CHAIRS

Technical Committee

D. Broomhead (UK) M. Inchiosa (USA) U. Parlitz (FRG)
J. Collins (USA) M. Kremliovsky (USA) L. Pecora (USA)
W. Ditto (USA) J. Kurths (FRG) P. Rapp (USA)
C. F. Driscoll (USA) K. Lindenberg (USA) R. Roy (USA)
S. Hammel (USA) A. Longtin (Canada) T. Tel (Hungary)
A. Hubler (USA) F. Marchesoni (Italy) K. Wiesenfeld (USA)

The meeting will cover roughly four subject areas; each such area has been assigned a sectional chairman:

Prospective speakers are requested to submit (preferably by email) a half-page abstract of their talk to the appropriate sectional chairman no later than Sept. 30 1996. This should be accompanied by all relevant contact information (e.g. mailing address, phone and fax numbers, email address). The abstract should list the most recent talks/posters presented on the topic. The meeting will consist of a few selected talks of 45 minute duration, a number of 30-minute invited talks by younger researchers, 20-minute contributed talks, and posters. If a prospective speaker has a preference for a particular length of talk (or poster), he/she should so indicate on their abstract. The selection/classification of talks will be made by the Technical Committee in conjunction with the Chairmen, and participants notified of the decisions by January 1997. We anticipate publishing the conference proceedings.

Details concerning accommodation, venue, proceedings, registration fee, etc. will be forthcoming in the second announcement (Oct/Nov 1996). A small amount of financial support may be available; we anticipate using it to help younger participants (students, postdocs), as well as participants from the former Soviet bloc, with local expenses. Details of financial assistance will be provided as they become available.

Questions regarding the meeting may be emailed to the following address: andm97@dracula.ucsd.edu.


Source: Peter McClintock (P.V.E.McClintock@lancaster.ac.uk).


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