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- Subject: 2001 WSES Intern. Conference on SIMULATION
- From: Vitaliy Kluev <vkluev@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 10:24:45 +0900
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- Organization: the University of Aizu
CALL FOR PAPERS
2001 WSES Intern. Conference on SIMULATION
Malta, September 1-6, 2001
Sponsored by WSES
DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: May 15, 2001
All the acccepted papers will be published in
1) the Proceedings and
2) WSES-Press International Post-Conference Luxurious (hard cover,
velvet paper, etc) Editions with high international circulation - with
different ISBN and different page numbering.
3) All the papers will be candidate for a journal publication
Matrix Theory, Tensor Analysis, Linear and Multilinear Algebra
Simulation via Computational Linear Algebra techniques
Error Estimation in Iterative Methods
Componentwise and Structured Perturbations
Approximation of Large-scale Dynamical Systems
Ordinary Differential Equations
Partial Differential Equations
Numerical Methods for Singular Equations
Numerical Linear Algebra
Numerical Behaviour of Optimization Algorithms
The Art of Computer Programming of Numerical Methods
Mathematical Aspects of Scientific Computing
High Complexity Numerical Methods
Non-Linear Systems Theory
Dynamical Systems and Chaos
Large Scale Systems
Systems and Control
Simulation in Mathematical Biology
Simulation in Information Retrieval and Management
Simulation in Civil Engineering
Simulation in Economy, Ecology, Biology, Finances
Stochastic differential equations
Linear Programming, Quadratic Programming
Convex Programming, Nonlinear Programming
Complementarity problems, Stochastic Programming
Combinatorial Programming, Integer Programming
Convex, Nonsmooth and Variational analysis
Algorithms for parallel architectures
Variational Principles and Applications
Tabu Methods, Simulated Annealing
Probability Theory and Applications
Mathematical Statistics, Applied Statistics
Prediction Theory, Estimation Theory
Operational Research, Queueing Theory
Reliability Theory, Routing Theory
Marketing and Production Organization
Information systems and traffic management
Equational logic programming
Parallel and Distributed Computation
Problems in Discrete mathematics
Combinatorics and Graph Theory
Functional systems theory
Real Time Systems
Theoretical Computer Science
Coding and Information Theory
Group, Ideal, Ring, Field and Galois Theory and Applications
Sonar and underwater acoustic systems
Navigation and Tracking Systems, Space Systems
Verification and Validation
Malta, a Jewel in the Mediterranean. With it's warm summers and mild
winters, surrounded by blue sea, Malta is indead a beautiful country. It
has a rich history, holding a strategic position in the middle of the
Mediterranean Sea. Malta, the beautiful island of the Knights, is famous
for its sun, sea, and sand. An ideal vacation spot fascinating, not only
for its natural beauty, but also for its archeological treasures. Malta
is the island where the Apostle Paul was shipwrecked off in A.D 60 what
is today known as St. Paul's Bay, place where the conference will be
held. Malta is also well known for its hospitality to visitors. The blue
sea, warm sunshine, and rich archaeological heritage dating back over
seven millennia provide an interesting backdrop to the conference. The
Maltese Archipelago, consisting of Malta, Gozo, Comino and two other
uninhabited islands, is situated almost at the center of the
Mediterranean. Its geographical position has always attracted the
attention of maritime powers, thus giving it a wealth of history out of
proportion to its diminutive size. The first known inhabitants were
Sicilian Neolithic farmers (c. 4000 B.C.). Romans, Greeks (Byzantines),
Arabs, Spanish, Germans, French, English has the island under their
occupation in various periods of History. The epic defense of the
Islands during World War II is well remembered, and it was for this
reason that this small nation was awarded the George Cross. The Islands
achieved independence in 1964 and in 1974 became a Republic within the
British Commonwealth. Modern Malta combines the cosmopolitan character
of a modern resort city with the picturesque architecture of medieval
buildings and decorative shops.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (incomplete)
Prof. M.J. Er, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Singapore.
Prof. N.Mastorakis, MIUE, Hellenic Naval Academy, Greece.
Prof. P. Ekel, Pontifical Catholic Univ. Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte,
Prof. B. Suter, Air-Force Inst. of Technology, Dept. Electr. & Comp.
Eng., Ohio, USA.
Prof. R. Ciegis, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania.
Prof. M. Blanco, Dept. Ingenieria de Circuitos y Sistemas (EUITT),
Prof. R. Bru, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia, Spain.
Prof. C. Bu, Wellesley College, MA, USA.
Prof. Joan-Josep Climent, Univ. d'Alacant Dept. de Ciencia de la
Computacio, Alacant, Spain.
Prof. C. Coll, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia, Spain.
Prof. S. Marchi, Dept. of Math. and Computer Science, Univ. of Udine,
Prof. B. Dengiz, Gazi Univ. , Faculty of Engineering and Architecture,
Prof. D. Serow, Nuclear Physics Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia.
Prof. A. El-Abd, Computer Engin. Dept., Arab Acad. Science & Tech.,
Prof. E. Fossas, Inst. d'Organ. Control Univ. Politecnica Catalunya
Avda. Barcelona, Spain.
Prof. M. Garcia-Planas, Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona,
Prof. B. Grabot, LGP/ENIT, Tarbes Cedex, France.
Prof. Y. Hasegawa, Dept. of Electronics, Gifu Univ. , Japan.
Prof. J. Herraez, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera, Spain.
Prof. T. Itoh, Integrated Arts and Sciences, Univ. of Tokushima, Japan.
Prof. R. Jimenez-Martinez, Dept Senal y Communicaciones, Univ. de
Alcala, Madrid, Spain.
Prof. F. Jurado, Dept. of Electr. Engin. Univ. of Jaen EUP Alfonso X,
Prof. V. Kluev, Univ. of Aizu, Tsuruga, Ikki-machi, Fukushima, Japan.
Prof. G. Lambert-Torres, Federal Engineering School at Itajuba, Brazil.
Prof. M. Longo, Dept. of Information Eng. & Elect. Eng., Univ. of
Prof. N. Meskens, FUCAM, Belgium.
Prof. A. Mohamed, The American Univ. in Cairo, Egypt.
Prof. B. Neta, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA.
Prof. V. Oleshchuk, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Agder Univ.
Prof. S. Penev, Dept. of Statistics, Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney,
Prof. H. Phien, School of Advanced Technologies, Asian Institute of
Prof. P. Pivonka, Dept. of Autom. Control and Instrumentation Brno,
Prof. J. Pospisil, Inst.Radio Electronics, Brno, Univ. of Techn.,
Purkynova, Czech Republic.
Prof. S. Romero, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Cami de Vera, Spain.
Prof. A. Sadegheih, Department of Industrial Engineering, Univ. of Yazd,
Prof. C. Schober, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, USA.
Prof. S.-Z. Song, Cheju National University, South-Korea.
Prof. Y. Tadokoro, Toyohashi Univ. of Technology, Japan.
Prof. N. Thome, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia, Spain.
Prof. J. R. Torregrosa, Univ. Politecnica de Valencia E.T.S.I.
Prof. S K. Tso, Centre for Intelligent Design, Automation and
Manufacturing (CIDAM), Hong Kong.
Prof. R. Van Keer, Ghent University , Belgium.
Prof. K. Yen, Dept of Elect. & Computer Eng.,Florida International Univ.
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