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The 9th AIMS Conference, July 1-5, 2012, was celebrated with a grand success. With a grandeur of 1200 participants from close to 80 countries, 75 special sessions, and more than 1300 presentations, the AIMS Conference has become the prime platform of communication for the mathematicians and scientists worldwide working in the fields


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The 9th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems,
Differential Equations and Applications

Orlando, Florida, USA
July 1 - 5, 2012


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The 9th AIMS Conference will take place at the Hyatt Grand Cypress Resort, which is a magnificent, self-contained 1,500-acre resort in the Lake Buena Vista area adjacent to EPCOT® and Walt Disney World® Resort offering a private lake, golf and miles of tropical nature trails for bicycling, horseback riding and jogging. It is six miles from Orlando/Orange County Civic Center and 15 miles from Orlando's business district. Click for details of the resort. Much care has been taken to choose a location for the conference with many things to offer not only for the participants, but also their families at affordable prices in a prime location. Florida offers two international airports.

Format:
The plenary invited lectures, special sessions (30-minute talk/discussion), and contributed sessions (20-minute talk/discussion). Proposals of special sessions are welcome.

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

Organizers:
The American Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of North Carolina Wilmington

The Conference aims to promote, encourage, and influence more cooperation, understanding, and collaboration among scientists working in dynamical systems, differential equations and applications.

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