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Plenary Speakers, Titles and Abstracts
Special Sessions with Speakers and Abstracts
Registration and local information:
conference is funded by the National Science Foundation.
Recent Ph.Ds and
graduate students may apply for partial support.
The Fourth International Conference on
"Dynamical Systems and
Differential Equations" will
take place May 24-27, 2002, at the University of North Carolina,
Wilmington (a seaside city),
NC, USA --
organized by AIMS and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Invited Plenary Speakers:
Michael Ghil, Antonio Giorgilli,
Thomas Hou, Hiroshi Matano,
Wei-Ming Ni, Hans Othmer, C.V.
Pao, N.S. Papageorgiou, Paul Rabinowitz, Marcelo
Scientific Committee: Shouchuan Hu (Chair), Wei Feng, Jerry
Marsden, Wei-Ming Ni, Hans Othmer, N.S. Papageorgiou
Organizing Committee: Xin Lu (Chair), Y.
Chang, M. Freeze, K. Gurganus, M. TenHuisen
The conference proceedings will be published by
the international journal Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems. DCDS
is a leading journal with SCI status and a high impact
factor. All papers must meet the high standard of the
journal and will be carefully
Format: There will be plenary
invited one-hour presentations, mini-symposia (45 minutes), special
sessions (30 minutes), and contributed sessions (20 minutes).
Coverage: Analysis, differential equations,
dynamical systems, in the very broad sense. Applications to real-world
problems, including chemical, physical, and life sciences, in the forms
of mathematical modeling and computations.
Deadlines: Abstract: March 15, 2002; Pre-registration: March 15, 2002 (both
registration forms and fees)
Registration Fees: Regular: $150.00; Student: $ 75.00, by
3/15/2002. After this date, Regular: $170.00; Student: $ 85.00.
If you consider to organize a special session in the
conference, please contact: Dr. Shouchuan Hu, email@example.com,
Department of Mathematics, Southwest Missouri State University,
Springfield, MO 65804, USA.
For complete information, including local information, how to register,
and the program, please visit http://www.uncwil.edu/mathconf/
For information about this conference series and the past conferences,
you may click Conference
This conference is jointly organized by American
Institute of Mathematical Sciences and the University of North Carolina at
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