EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION    
                  Third International Conference on     
Applied Mathematics
for Industrial Flow Problems





AMIF 2002

April  17-20

Lisbon, PORTUGAL
 

First Announcement


http://www.math.ist.utl.pt/AMIF2002/
(soon available)




 
International Applied Mathematics for Industrial Flow Problems (AMIF) conferences aim at gathering researchers in various branches of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics around some specific research themes.

AMIF is a five-year programme funded by the European Science Foundation which started in 1997. Its principal goal is to increase understanding of the mathematics underlying models of realistic flows, and to improve methods for their numerical solution.

For more information about the scope of the programme and its internal structure you may refer to its Web page.

http://dmawww.epfl.ch/Quarteroni-Chaire/AMIF/

AMIF 2002 is the Third Conference of this programme, to be held in Lisbon (Portugal) from 17th to 20th of April 2002. The first conference took place in Spain, at San Feliu de Guixols (Barcelona) on October 1-3, 1998 and the second one was held in Italy, at "Il Ciocco" (Tuscany) on October 12-14, 2000.
 
 


Local Organising Committee

Adélia Sequeira (IST, Lisbon); Paula Oliveira (FCTUC, Coimbra);
Carlos Albuquerque (FCUL, Lisbon); Luís Borges (ISEL & IST, Lisbon); Fernando Carapau (U.Evora & IST, Lisbon).
Scientific Committee (AMIF Steering Committee)
 
 
Pierre-Louis Lions , Chairman  Université de Paris Dauphine, Paris, France
Alfio Quarteroni, Co-Chairman  EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerlandand Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Mike Baines University of Reading, UK
Franco Brezzi Istituto di Analisi Numerica, CNR, Italy
Herman Deconinck  von Karman Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Michel Deville EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Björn Engquist Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Magne Espedal University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Roland Keunings CESAME - Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Tomasz A. Kowalewski Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Polland
Olivier Pironneau Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Adélia Sequeira Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal
Wolfgang Wendland University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Peter Wesseling Technology University of Delft, Delft, The Netherlands

Invited Speakers (who already confirmed their participation)
 

Mike Giles, Oxford University, Computing Laboratory (UK)
Claude Le Bris, CERMICS-ENPC (France)
Yvon Maday,Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie (France)
Peter A. Markowich, University of Vienna (Austria)
Parviz Moin, Stanford University (USA)
Anthony T. Patera, Massachussets Institute of Technology (USA)
Anders Szepessy, Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Tom Tysinger, Fluent USA Inc. (USA)
Conference Format
 
  Plenary lectures    Contributed talks in parallel sessions    Poster sessions


CALL FOR PAPERS

Important Deadlines
 

November 1, 2001: Submission of extended abstracts for contributed talks or posters (1-2 pages)

December 15, 2001: Notification of acceptance

January 15, 2002: Conference registration and submission of grant requests

                (all participants including members of the Scientific Committee and invited speakers are required to register).

Information about Deadlines, Submission of Abstracts & Registration will be available at the Conference web page.


Proceedings

The Proceedings of the conference will appear as special issues in the Journal of Computing and Visualization in Science, after peer review.
Conference Location
 
The conference will take place in Lisbon (Portugal) at the Congress Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (http://www.gulbenkian.pt/indexa_ing.html)  and the last session at IST.
The Congress Center, equipped with the latest multi-media facilities, is located in a spacious building surrounded by magnificent gardens. It is joined to another building  that houses the Gulbenkian Museum, which contains one of the best art collections in Europe and is a compulsory point of reference for all of those interested in the luxury artwork from the late nineteenth century.
 Lisbon is a fascinating city. It is also known as 'the town of the seven hills', with a moderate climate and privileged natural conditions, on the northern bank of Rio Tejo and close by the sea.
Grants

        Grants are available to young researchers from Academia and Research Institutions, whose contributed talk has been accepted.
        Grants will cover accommodation and living expenses in Lisbon.
        A few additional special travel grants are available for young participants from Eastern European Countries.
 
 

        Submission of requests: January 15, 2002.

        Application forms will soon be available at the web site: http://www.math.ist.utl.pt/AMIF2002/grants.html
 

Important Deadlines
Hotel Accommodation

        A block of rooms has been reserved in various hotels in Lisbon, at specially discounted rates. All hotels are within a walking distance of the conference site.
        Information available at the Conference web page.

   When making your reservation directly to one of the hotels, be sure
to identify yourself as an attendee of the AMIF 2002 Conference.





Additional Information

        For additional information, please send an e-mail to: amif2002@math.ist.utl.pt

        For particular needs concerning the scientific and administrative organisation:
 

Tel: +351 21 8417084
Fax: +351 21 8417598 (to be addressed to Florbela Ferreira)


        Please use the telephone/fax only for urgent issues. We prefer communication by e-mail.


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