International Conference on Numerical Analysis & Computational Mathematics (NACoM-2003) (NACoM-2003)

Venue: Cambridge

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 23, 2003 End Date/Time: May 26, 2003
Early Registration Date: Mar 10, 2003
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2003
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Description

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference on
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS & COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS (NACoM-2003)

May 23-24-25-26, 2003
Anglia Polytechnic University (APU), Cambridge, UK
http://www.apu.ac.uk/appsci/maths/NACoM-2003/

A primary objective of the NACoM-2003 Conference is to attract original research papers of very high quality by bringing together leading members of the international Numerical & Computational Mathematics community.

Special Embedded Event:
The multidisciplinary field of Numerical Analysis and Computational Mathematics
is long suffering from major delays in the publication of original papers.
In most cases it takes at least 2 to 3 years for a paper to be accepted and the
situation seems to get worse by the year. The NACoM-2003 will address this problem, as
follows:
1) This first time the NACoM Conference will serve as the medium for the
official LAUNCH of a new WILEY JOURNAL on "APPLIED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND
COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS (ANACM)" (Editor-in-Chief T.E. SIMOS). Generally, in ANACM it is expected that the time between a paper submission and its acceptance for publication to be around 6 months. ANACM will be registered
with the ISI CITATION INDEX without delay.
2) The NACoM-2003 Conference is expected to attract very high quality
papers and a refereed selection of them will be published in the two
special issues of the new journal. This will be an excellent opportunity to MEET IN PERSON members of the ANACM EDITORIAL BOARD.

MAIN TOPICS

Numerical ODEs, Numerical PDEs (inc. BVPs), Differential Algebraic
Equations,
Numerical Stochastic Differential Equations, Approximation, Numerical Linear
Algebra,
Numerical Integral Equations, Error Analysis and Interval Analysis,
Difference
Equations and Recurrence Relations, Numerical problems in Dynamical Systems,
Applications to the Sciences (Computational Physics-Chemistry-Engineering
etc),
Scientific Computing and Algorithms, Numerical methods in Fourier analysis.

GENERAL CHAIR & ORGANISER

Dr Georgios Psihoyios, Anglia Pol. University, Cambridge, UK

VICE-CHAIRS

Prof. Theodore E. Simos, University of Peloponnisos, Greece
Boz Kempski, Anglia Pol. University, Cambridge, UK

PLENARY SPEAKERS (to be finalised)

Prof. J.R. Cash, Imperial College, London, UK.
Prof. A. Cuyt, University of Antwerp, Belgium.
Prof. B. Fischer, Medical University of Luebeck, Germany.
Prof. M. Hochbruck, University of Duesseldorf, Germany.
Prof. W.F. Mitchell, National Institute of Standards & Technology, USA.
Prof. G. Vanden Berghe, University of Gent, Belgium.
Prof. G.A. Watson, University of Dundee, UK

CALL FOR PAPERS & EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Submission of original papers is invited for the NACoM-2003 Conference.
Please initially submit an ABSTRACT OF UP TO FOUR A4 PAGES directly to
the General Chair (g.y.psihoyios@apu.ac.uk) by February 28, 2003. For further
instructions
please refer to the WEBSITE. Only electronic submission of abstracts will be
accepted.

PROCEEDINGS

Selected refereed full-length papers will be published at the two first
special issues of the new ANACM Wiley journal. Submission of the
full-length paper
is possible only after acceptance of the abstract. The two ANACM issues
will be distributed to the Conference participants when printed. ALL the
accepted
abstracts (up to four A4 pages) from registered participants will also be
appropriately published and distributed.

CALL FOR MINI-SYMPOSIA/PARALLEL-SESSIONS

Several Mini-symposia will take place in a parallel session form during the
Conference. If you wish to hold a Mini-symposium please email the General
Chair (g.y.psihoyios@apu.ac.uk) with a short proposal, as soon as you can.
The basic requirement for any such session is that it will include AT LEAST 4
PAPER PRESENTATIONS (of around 30 minutes each, including time for questions).

DEADLINES

Submission of Abstract (on or before): February 28, 2003
Submission of Mini-symposia proposals: February 28, 2003
Abstracts refereed selection by: March 20, 2003
Submission of full-length Papers: To be announced

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