2011 International Conference on Applied
Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Research
June 13-15, 2011, Nankai University, Tianjin, China
June 16, 2011, Beijing Computational Science Research Center, Beijing, China
Interdisciplinary interaction has emerged as an important mode of research as the boundaries between traditional disciplines are evolving, emerging, and redefining. This is especially true in applied and computational mathematics, medicine, sciences and engineering community. Applied and computational mathematics has traditionally maintained a strong tie with science and engineering communities. They have permeated into medicine and social sciences in the past half century as well. Now, with the rapidly changing landscape in scientific territory, they are facing new challenges so that the community must actively engage in and adopt the interdisciplinary research paradigm. This conference aims at bridging applied and computational mathematics with some well selected scientific and engineering disciplines, especially, computational sciences, physical sciences, biomedical sciences and engineering, and facilitating cross-disciplinary research activities. The themes of the conference include
- Analytic methods for partial differential equations, applied analysis, and applied dynamical systems
- Numerical methods for computational sciences, numerical optimization, and high performance computing
- Modeling and computation of condense matter materials, soft matter and complex fluids
- Modeling and computation of complex systems in biological and medical sciences
- Stochastic methods for science and engineering.
The conference features a group of invited speakers with expertise in an area of the conference themes and solicits contributed papers as well to provide a scientifically stimulating environment for participants to showcase their state-of-the-art research in applied and computational mathematics and interdisciplinary research.