ESF AMIF WORKSHOP
Call for Abstracts
will be continued until
G. de Vahl Davis (Australia) |
R. Domanski (Warsaw)
P. Furmanski (Warsaw)
D. Gobin (France)
Y. Jaluria (USA)
Z. Kolenda (Cracow)|
E. Leonardi (Australia)
H. Ozoe (Japan)
P. Le Quere (France)
M. Niezgodka (Warsaw)
R. Nochetto (USA)|
J. Rappaz (Switzerland)
W. Schneider (Austria)
A. Solan (Israel)
K. Suzuki (Japan)
The PCC99 Workshop aims to create a common platform for different groups working on modelling phase change problems. The Workshop will address both the theoretical bases for the solution of physical and mathematical problems concerning phase changes, and the numerical algorithms necessary for efficient and robust computer implementations. Validation and verification of codes and their implementation to practical industrial situations will be given special attention at the meeting. PCC99 should help people working in applied mathematics, numerical modelling and industrial applications to gain knowledge and allow critical assessment of different approaches, numerical methods, physical models and validation methods used in the field.
Our conference has been setup to use the services of Atlas Mathematical Conference Abstracts. All conference participants are asked to submit short version of their abstracts at http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca/submit/caco-01 The submitted Short Abstracts can be viewed at http://at.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/amca/caco-01 . Every short abstract submitted there will be "World-Wide" visible.
Authors are encouraged to submit full papers, not later than at the Conference, to be published in a special issue of Computer Assisted Mechanics and Engineering Sciences (CAMES). The papers submitted to this special issue should satisfy the general editorial requirements of the Journal. For more information please see http://www.ippt.gov.pl/~zkulpa/CAMES , or contact the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. M. Kleiber, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please declare your intention to attend
the Workshop and to present a paper as soon as possible.
Submitt your abstract before March 28, 1999.
The scientific committee will inform you of the acceptance of your
contribution before the end of March. Our mailing address:
E. Rybakiewicz, PCC99 Workshop, IPPT PAN, Swietokrzyska 21, PL 00-049 Warsaw, Poland. Fax: +48-22-8269815, e-mail: email@example.com
Further details will be given at the PCC99 Home Page successively.
PCC99 HOME PAGE
Extended abstract format.
Submit short abstract.
View submitted short abstracts.
Further details, the preliminary list of Keynote Lectures.
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