UK Nonlinear News, October 1996

Differential Equations and Applications

St Petersburg State Technical University, St Petersburg, Russia

2-5 December 1996

Topics

Qualitative theory of differential equations, constructive methods and computer-orientated algorithms, applications.

Scientific Program

Discussion of the latest advances in development of the theory of differential equations and the role of the theory for explanation of some nonlinear effects arising in real systems as well as demonstration of up-to-date efficient methods for solution of applied technical problems are the aims of the conference. The program will consist of lectures to be given by the plenary speakers and parallel sessions for short communications by the participants on their recent research. The detailed schedule of all plenary talks and parallel session presentations will be printed in the conference program.

Abstracts

Those who will present lectures or 15-minute talks in the parallel sessions are requested to submit their paper abstracts. The paper abstracts of 1-2 completed pages are to be sent to the organizing committee in either of these formats: as a LaTeX or Word 6.0 file, or in a traditional form --- typed or printed in a high-quality way. Files are to be sent on a diskette or by e-mail: math@math.hop.stu.neva.ru,
diff96@osipenko.stu.neva.ru.

Along with the abstract send information about the author(s) of the paper and the completed registration form before September 5 to: ONTI NPK Organizing Committee, St. Petersburg State Technical University, ul. Politekhnicheskaya 29, St. Petersburg 195251, Russia.

Registration Fee

Registration fee covers the cost of materials of the conference (issue of collections of abstracts, program, invitation, and informal letters), cultural program (museums, theaters) and one-time meals.

INFORMATION

   (812) 5343302 --- Department of the Scientific and Technical
   (812) 2475867 --- Department of Mathematics.

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