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The 8th AIMS Conference was celebrated on May 28, 2010, with a grand success. With a grandeur of 1400 participants and 70 special sessions, the AIMS Conference Series has become the prime platform of communications for all people working in the field.

The Dresden University of Technology provided the first-rate facilities and superb services that impressed all of the participants. Especially, the Organizing Committee members worked so hard and meticulously that the operation of the meeting went very smoothly throughout.

The proceedings will be a refereed publication in AIMS Proceedings.

The 9th AIMS conference will take place at Orlando, USA, July 1-5, 2012.
 

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The 8th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications

Dresden University of Technology
Dresden , Germany, May 25 - 28, 2010

The 8th AIMS Conference will take place in the magnificent city Dresden , famous for its Technical University , the pleasant location and a mild climate on the River Elbe, as well as Baroque-style architecture and numerous world-renowned museums and art collections. The city is strategically located. It has its own international airport and is about a two-hour train ride from the Capital, Berlin . Besides, the city's public transportation is excellent. Click here to view a PPT presentation, and click here for some movie clips(Copyright: AVMZ, Dresden University of Technology, Germany. It may take a few minutes to open the movie clip) showing some highlights of the city.

Format:
The plenary invited lectures, special sessions (30-minute talk/discussion), and contributed sessions (20-minute talk/discussion). You are invited to send in proposals to organize special sessions for the meeting.

Topics:
Analysis, applied analysis, differential equations and dynamical systems, in the broadest sense. Applications to real-world problems, including chemical, engineering, physical, and life sciences, in the forms of mathematical modeling and computations.

Sponsor:
Mathematics and Statistics Department, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA