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1723 Jun 2013
Eurolido Hotel, Falerna (CZ), Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy
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Prof. D. Yaroslav Sergeyev
Via P. Bucci, cubo 42C
Rende (CS)


Numerical Computations: Theory and Algorithms (NUMTA2013)

The goal of the Conference is to create a multidisciplinary round table for an open discussion on numerical modeling by using traditional and emerging computational paradigms. The Conference will discuss all aspects of numerical computations and modeling from foundations and philosophy to advanced numerical techniques. New technological challenges and fundamental ideas from theoretical computer science, linguistic, logic, set theory, and philosophy will meet requirements and new fresh applications from physics, chemistry, biology, and economy.

Researchers from both theoretical and applied sciences are very welcome to submit their papers and to use this excellent possibility to exchange ideas with leading scientists from different research fields. Papers discussing new computational paradigms, relations with foundations of mathematics, and their impact on natural sciences are particularly solicited. A special attention will be also dedicated to numerical optimization and different issues related to theory and practice of the usage of infinities and infinitesimals in numerical computations.

Together with regular presentations at the conference there will be the Summer School offering tutorials and discussion sections covering the topics of the Conference. To participate at the Summer School it is not required to submit a paper to the Conference. English is the working language both at the Conference and the Summer School.

A book of extended abstracts and a special issue of a prestigious international journal dedicated to the Conference will be published.