Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics 2009
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Laboratory of Information Technologies, Dubna, Moscow region, Russia
July 7 - July 11, 2009
This is the first invitation to participate in the International Conference MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS,
2009 (MMCP 2009), which will be organized by the
Laboratory of Information Technologies,
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia, the
Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Kosice, Slovakia, and the
Technical University, Kosice, Slovakia, and will be held at the
Laboratory of Information Technologies of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research on July 7 - July 11, 2009 in
The Conference follows the rich traditions of the previous conferences on mathematical modeling, numerical methods and computational physics that have been held mainly in Dubna, Russia since 1964, e.g., Computational Modeling and Computing in Physics 1996, Modern Trends in Computational Physics 1998, V. International Congress on Mathematical Modeling 2002, and Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics 2006 (in Slovakia).
The scope of the MMCP 2009 will be enlarged to include special sections covering the two traditional Workshops, on Computer Algebra and on Quantum Physics and Communications, which were until now organized separately.
Plenary lectures (30 min.) are scheduled during the morning sessions. Two parallel sessions (except Wednesday) with short talks (20 min.) will be held in the afternoons. Plenary lectures will be given by invitation or they will be selected from the proposed contributions by the Local Organizing Committee on the recommendation of the International Program Committee.
A tentative list of plenary lecture speakers will be given in the next bulletin.
About 150-200 scientists are expected to attend the MMCP 2009 Conference. The Conference will start on Tuesday, July 7, at 10 a.m. and end on Saturday, July 11. The arrivals will be on Monday, July 6 and departures on Sunday, July 12.
The working languages of the Conference are English and Russian, covered in distinct plenary and parallel sections.
Conference Proceedings will be published.
- mathematical methods and tools for modeling complex systems;
- methods and software for experimental data processing;
- computer-algebra software, symbolic-numeric methods and algorithms;
- modeling in biophysics, bioinformatics, and physical chemistry;
- new generation computing tools, distributed scientific computing;
- models and algorithms of quantum computation and quantum information.
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