First Slovak - Japan workshop on Computational Mathematics

as part of the

Czech and Slovak Twin Seminar in Applied Mathematics

Bratislava and Kocovce chateu, Slovakia

September, 9 - 13, 2006

The Twin Seminar will continue in Prague on September 14 - 17, 2006.

Scientific Programme Committee:

Michal Benes (Prague), Masato Kimura (Fukuoka), Petr Knobloch (Prague),

Karol Mikula (Bratislava), Tatsuyuki Nakaki (Hiroshima), Daniel Sevcovic (Bratislava)

The Twin Seminar is organized by Slovak University of Technology and Comenius University in Bratislava, Czech Technical University in Prague and it is also supported by The 21st Century COE Program "Development of Dynamic Mathematics with High Functionality" of Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University.

The workshop is devoted to computational methods, their analysis, algorithmic realization and application to real-world problems. The main topics are

* computational fluid dynamics
* nonlinear heat and mass transfer
* modelling of flow in porous media
* computational finance
* image processing and computer vision
* data analysis and pattern recognition
* free boundary problems
* inverse problems
* computational geometry and grid generation
* scientific visualization
* software for scientific computations.

* Workshop schedule
Welcome in Bratislava - 9.9.2006
Workshop in Kocovce chateu - 10.9.-12.9.2006
Evening and night in Bratislava 12.9.-13.9.2006
Move to Prague - 13.9.2006
* Electronic Registration Form
* Registered Participants
* Deadline for registration is July 30, 2006.
* Conference Fee is 350 Euro and will be payed at the registration desk in Kocovce chateu. It includes accommodation and full board in Kocovce chateu, conference dinner, coffee breaks, accommodation in University hotel in Bratislava and travel from Bratislava to Kocovce and back.
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* Complementary Activities - visits of the medieval castle Cerveny Kamen

Organizers on Slovak side: O.Drblikova, A.Handlovicova, K.Mikula, M.Minarova, M.Remesikova, D.Sevcovic

Organizers on Czech side: M.Benes, P.Knobloch, J.Mikyska, T.Oberhuber

Organizers on Japanese side: M.Kimura, T.Nakaki

Workshop Office: First Slovak - Japan workshop on Computational Mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry, Slovak University of Technology, Radlinskeho 11, 813 68 Bratislava, Slovakia
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