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August  2, 2014

CAMS/SCMA 1997 Annual Meeting

The 18th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Applied Mathematics Society / Société Canadienne de Mathématiques Appliquées will be co-hosted by the University of Guelph, The University of Western Ontario and The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, from May 30 to June 1, 1997 in Toronto, Canada.

Schedule of Events

Plenary Lecturers and Topics:

Michael F. Barnsley, Iterated Systems
"Lossless Fractal Image Compression"
Bruce W. Char, Drexel University
"Computer Technology and Undergraduate Mathematics Education"
Michel Fortin, Université Laval
"Adaptive Methods for the Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations"
Peter W. Glynn, Stanford University
"Stochastic Models of Communication Networks"
William I. Newman, University of California at Los Angeles
"Life on the Edge of Chaos: Symplectic Integration Over Long-Times"
George C. Papanicolaou, Stanford University
"Turbulent Diffusion"
Alan S. Perelson, Los Alamos National Laboratories
"Mathematical Modeling of HIV Dynamics in Vivo"
Charles W. Rackoff, University of Toronto
"The Theory of Cryptography: Basic Open Questions and Surprising Possibilities"
Ted G. Shepherd, University of Toronto
"Hamiltonian Structure and Fast and Slow Degrees of Freedom in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics"
Margaret H. Wright, Bell Laboratories
"Mathematics in Industry: Overview and Case Study"

Banquet Address by John L. Casti, Santa Fe Institute
"Mathematics, Complex Systems and 21st-Century Science"

Mini-Symposia:

Bioinformatics Anthony Bonner, University of Toronto
Communication Networks Donald Dawson, The Fields Institute
Computing Technology in Mathematics
Education
Robert Corless, University of Western Ontario
Cryptography Bruno Di Stefano, Nuptek Systems Limited
Environmental Problems Samuel Shanpu Shen, University of Alberta
Financial Mathematics and Risk
Management
Claudio Albanese, University of Toronto
Fractal Image Compression Ed Vrscay, University of Waterloo
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Gordon E. Swaters, University of Alberta
Industrial Mathematics P.N. Shivakumar, University of Manitoba
Mathematics in the Biomedical Sciences John Clements, Dalhousie University
Mesoscale Phenomena in Fluids and
Materials
Turab Lookman, University of Western Ontario
Modelling of Polymers Chris Soteros, University of Saskatchewan
Neural Networks Deborah Stacey, University of Guelph
Numerical Analysis of Differential
Equations
Uri Ascher, University of British Columbia
Parallel Computation Eleanor Chu, University of Guelph
Topics in Pulsatile Flow Mair Zamir, University of Western Ontario
Research Partnerships of Academia,
Industry and Government
Anna Lawniczak, University of Guelph
Paul Sulivan, University of Western Ontario
Nonlinear Waves C. Sulem, University of Toronto

Highlights of CAMS/SCMA'97:

  • A one-day Short Course on Cryptography and Data Security, Thursday May 29, featuring lectures by Ronald C. Mullin (ICR Data Encryption Group) and Bruno Di Stefano (Nuptek Systems Ltd.).
  • The Annual CAMS/SCMA Doctoral Dissertation Award Lecture.
  • Contributed Papers and Poster Session, with a prize for the best graduate student poster.
  • Coordination with the 1997 Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, to be held at the Fields Institute, June 3-6, 1997.
  • Computer Workstation Vendors Display and Publishers Display.
  • Friday Reception at the Fields Institute and Saturday Banquet at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Call for Papers:

Contributed Papers are invited for presentation at the 18th Annual Meeting of the CAMS/SCMA, May 30 to June 1, 1997. Papers in all areas of Applied Mathematics are welcome.

Abstracts of Contributed Papers (including Title, Author, Affiliation and brief description) should be submitted by April 30, 1997, either electronically (Latex preferred) to Dr. A. T. Lawniczak, Chair, Scientific Program Committee, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, N1G 2W1. All contributions will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee for presentation.

Contributed Papers will be presented as either a Lecture Session or a Poster Session format. A prize will be awarded for the best Graduate Student Poster. Authors should state their preference of format; however, the Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to make the final assignment of session.

How to Prepare a Poster

Sponsoring Organizations:

Centre de recherches mathématiques, ITRC, The Fields Institute, University of Guelph, IBM Centre for Advanced Studies, Algorithmics Inc, The University of Western Ontario, University of Alberta AMI, University of Manitoba IIMS.

Scientific Program Committee:

A.T. Lawniczak, Chair (Guelph), U.M. Ascher (UBC), J. Bélair (Montreal), H. Brunner (Memorial), W.H. Enright (Toronto), W.F. Langford (Fields), T.B. Moodie (Alberta), P.N. Shivakumar (Manitoba), P.J. Sullivan (Western).

Local Organizing Committee:

W.F. Langford, Chair (Guelph and Fields), R. Corless (Western), A.T. Lawniczak (Guelph), W.R. Smith (Guelph), P.J. Sullivan (Western), L. Zaifman (Guelph).


General Information:

Schedule of Events

Co-Chairs of the Organizing Committee:
A. Lawniczak, mailto:alawnicz@msnet.mathstat.uoguelph.ca
W. Langford, wlangfor@fields.utoronto.ca
P. Sullivan, PJS@apmaths.uwo.ca

For more information about the Canadian Applied Mathematics Society, please visit the CAMS/SCMA web-site.