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Article Type: Special announcements From: Kybernetes, Volume 39, Issue 8
Co-sponsored event First International Workshop on Differential and Integral Equations with Applications in Biology and Medicine DIEBM 2010 Venue: Aegean University, Karlovassi, Samos Island, GreeceDates: 7-10 September 2010
The objective of the DIEBM2010 Workshop is to bring together established scientists and postgraduate students working on aspects of mathematical biology, numerical analysis and computing, biology and medicine where differential and integral equations apply and to on current research and future developments; the aim and hope is that the meeting will allow easier communication of cross-disciplinary ideas and will result in acceleration of new collaborations of applied mathematicians and numerical and computer analysts with scientists in these two subjects (biology and medicine) which more and more rely on modelling and computing for further progress. A half-day short course on integral equations will complement the works of the workshop.
Organising Committee: George Flessas and Antonios Tsokaros (Aegean University), Athena Makroglou and Keith Firman (Maths/Biology, University of Portsmouth), Alistair Fitt (Maths, University of Southampton) and Yang Kuang (Maths and Stats, Arizona State University).
Contact: Conference officer, IMA, Tel.: +44 (0) 1702 356104, Fax:+44 (0) 1702 354111, web site: www.ima.org.uk
Call for ParticipationThe 39th Annual Conference2010 International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP-2010)www.cse.ohio-state.edu/icpp2010 San Diego, CA, USA13-16 September 2010 Sponsored by The International Association for Computers and Communications (IACC)In cooperation with The Ohio State University, USA
The International Conference on Parallel Processing provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present their latest research findings in all aspects of parallel and distributed computing.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Algorithms and applications.
Cluster, grid and cloud comp.
Compilers and languages.
Data intensive and I/O computing.
P2P and service-oriented architectures.
Performance evaluation and simulation.
Info. retrieval and knowledge discovery.
Wireless networks and pervasive comp.
Proceedings of the conference and workshops will be published in CD format and will be available at the conference.
ParticipationACM SIGPLAN/SIGSOFTSPLASH25th Annual ACM Conference on Systems Programming Languages Applications Software for Humanity(OOPSLA is now part of SPLASH)RENO 2010, 17-21 October