International Conference: AMMCS-2013

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, August 26-30, 2013

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AMMCS-2013 Venue: Wilfrid Laurier University Campus in Waterloo, Canada

Call for Abstracts and MS Proposals

The conference has a series of special sessions and minisymposia, each devoted to a single topic. These special sessions and minisymposia are run over a full range of topics of the conference.

The complete list of special sessions will be available in March 2013. The AMMCS-2013 Special Sessions/ Minisymposia and their ID codes currently include: #
ID Title Organizer(s)
1SS-AAIP Applied Analysis & Inverse ProblemsHerb Kunze (Math & Statistics, Guelph) and Kimberly Levere (School of Engineering, Guelph)
2SS-MEMathematical Epidemiology Connell McCluskey (WLU)
3SS-SNDTASymmetry in Nonlinear Dynamics: Theory and Applications Manuele Santoprete (WLU), Ray McLenaghan (University of Waterloo)
4SS-DBCNDEDynamics and bifurcations in coupled networks of differential equations: theory and applications Luciano Buono (UOIT)
5SS-CPHComputational PhotonicsMarek Wartak (WLU), Harry E. Ruda (University of Toronto)
6SS-IM Industrial MathematicsSean Bohun (UOIT)
7SS-SGTStructured Graph TheoryChinh Hoang and Kathie Cameron (WLU)
8SS-DGDecisions and GamesD. Marc Kilgour (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Marcus Pivato (Trent University)
9SS-EGTEvolutionary Game Theory Joe Apaloo (St. Francis Xavier), Ross Cressman (WLU)
10SS-ADSCanada-China Session on Applied Dynamic Systems Yuming Chen (WLU), Fengqin Zhang (Yuncheng University), Xingfu Zou (Western University)
11SS-WSMWomen in Science and Mathematics Shohini Ghose, Hind Al-Abadleh (WLU)
12SS-VPPO Variational Problems of Physical Origin Robert Jerrard (University of Toronto), and Andrew Lorent ( University of Cincinnati)
13SS-RTDEDS Recent trends in differential equations and dynamical systems Xinzhi Liu (UW), Mohamad Alwan (UW), Hongtao Zhang (UW)
14SS-CFNumerical Methods for Computationally Intensive Problems in Mathematical Finance Duy-Minh Dang (UW), Ken Jackson (University of Toronto)
15SS-CFDRA Computational Fluid Dynamics for Real Applications Lakhdar Remaki (BCAM, Spain), Stéphane Moreau (Sherbrooke), Abdelkader Baggag (Laval)
16SS-SSMMBPSimulations in soft matter and molecular Bio-Physics Cristiano L. Dias (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
17SS-MCMMBMModeling and Computational Methods for Mathematical Biology and Medicine Suzanne Shontz (Mississippi State), Corina Drapaca (Penn State), Siv Sivaloganathan (WLU)
18SS-MFMCRMathematical Finance - Modeling, Computation and Risk Management Joe Campolieti, Adam Metzler (WLU)
19SS-MMNNMathematical Models for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Z.L. Miskovic and A.H. Majedi (University of Waterloo)
20SS-MIPDMathematical Immunology and Pathogen Dynamics Jane Heffernan (CDM, Math & Stats, York U), Cameron Browne (University of Ottawa), Stanca Ciupe (Virginia Tech University), Jonathan Forde (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
21SS-DFTDensity Functional Theory Ian Hamilton (WLU), Paul Ayers (McMaster), Viktor Staroverov (Western)
22SS-HOMCFDHigh-Order Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics Lilia Krivodonova (UW) and Hans De Sterck (UW)
23SS-CMAISControl Methods for Advanced Industrial SystemsBehzad Samadi and Jürgen Gerhard (Maplesoft)
24SS-CSBComputations in Systems Biology Hin Hark Gan (NYU) and Gaurav Arya (UCSD)
25SS-SCTSocial Choice TheoryD. Marc Kilgour (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Marcus Pivato (Trent University)
26SS-MSEPSWMultitaper Spectrum Estimation, Prolate Spheroidal Wave Functions, Quadratic-Inverse, and Related Problems Wesley Burr, Charlotte Haley and David J. Thomson (Queen's University)
27SS-QCTAQuantum Control: Theory and ApplicationLian-Ao Wu, (IKERBASQUE, Basque Foundation of Science and University of the Basque Country, Spain)
28SS-MHPMathematics of human placenta: a window into fetal origins of adult disease C.M. Salafia, Placental Analytics, LLC, O. Shlakhter, Alberta Health Services, M. Yampolsky, Mathematics Department, University of Toronto
29SS-NMDAEANumerical methods for differential-algebraic equations and applicationsAndreas Griewank (Humbold University, Germany), Ned Nedialkov,John Pryce (Cardiff University, UK)
30SS-EHTEnergy Harvesting TechnologiesArmaghan Salehian, (Universty of Waterloo)
31SS-RWFDNOContinuous-time random walks, fractional diffusion and non-local operators: Applications Mark M. Meerschaert (Michigan State University, USA), Enrico Scalas (University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy and BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Basque Country, Spain)
32SS-HPTCRecent progress in hyperbolic problems: Theory and ComputationJae-Hun Jung (SUNY University at Buffalo), Lilia Krivodonova (University of Waterloo), Allen Tesdall (CUNY College of Staten Island)
33SS-CDPBComplex Dynamics of Population BehaviourStephen Tully (Guelph), Scott Greenhalgh (Yale), Chad Wells (Yale), Chris Pagnutti (Guelph)
34SS-NCTAPNew Computational Techniques for Applied Problems in Science and Engineering Ludwig Kohaupt (Beuth University of Technology Berlin), Yan Wu (Georgia Southern University)
35SS-ANMPDEAdvanced Numerical Methods for PDEs and ApplicationsChristina C. Christara (University of Toronto), Peter A. Forsyth (University of Waterloo), Dong Liang (York University)
36SS-SAEEMStatistical Aspects of Environmental and Ecological ModelingVyacheslav Lyubchich, Yulia R. Gel (University of Waterloo), Chad Shouquan Cheng (Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada)
37SS-MACBEModeling approaches and challenges in the build enviromentRyan Danks (RWDI), Michael Carl (RWDI)
38SS-SDAGStatistical Data Analysis and GeometryShoja Chenouri & Paul Marriott (University of Waterloo)
39SS-GLSGeocomputational landscapes and spaces Steven A. Roberts, Colin Robertson (WLU)
40SS-CMSComputational Materials Science Haipeng Wang (NPU and University of Toronto), Ziad Saghir (Ryerson University)
41SS-LSNELie symmetry and other approaches in theory and applications of nonlinear equations C.M. Khalique (North-West University, RSA) and M. Abudiab (Texas A&M University, USA)
42SS-RPSETSRecent progress in spintronics: Experiment, theory and simulation Jingrun Chen and Xu Yang (UC Santa Barbara)

Please submit your abstract via the AMMCS-2013 Management System. If you are submitting it to a special session, please consult with a session organizer first and, after obtaining his/her consent, submit it, clearly indicating your session ID code. Otherwise, your abstract will be considered for a contributed session. Each registered participant will obtain the AMMCS-2013 Book of Abstracts, along with the Program of the conference.

There will be also the AMMCS-2013 refereed proceedings, published after the conference. If you intend to submit your full conference paper to the proceedings, please go to the AMMCS-2013 Proceedings Page (hyperlink) and follow exactly the Author Instructions accessible from that page. Only the papers presented at the conference and accepted for publication through the referring process will be published in the AMMCS-2013 proceedings. Submission of full conference papers is not mandatory.

Extended versions of selected papers, presented at the conference, will be invited for several specialized scientific journals.

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