Technical University of Czestochowa
 
PPAM 2001
 
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FOURTH  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE  ON  PARALLEL PROCESSING
 
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Naleczów, Poland September 9-12, 2001
 
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FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

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PPAM'2001:  FOURTH  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE  ON  PARALLEL PROCESSING
AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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Naleczow, Poland,
September 9-12,  2001


http://www.k2.pcz.czest.pl/~roman/ppam2001 
* Organized in-cooperation with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics - SIAM.
* PPAM'2001 is a Satellite Event to the FIRST SIAM-EMS Conference, September 3-6, 2001, Berlin, Germany.
GENERAL The format of the Fourth International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (PPAM'2001) will follow the pattern set by its successful predecessors, the PPAM'94, PPAM'97 and PPAM'99 conferences, which were held in Czestochowa, Zakopane and Kazimierz Dolny, respectively. PPAM'2001 is dedicated to a broad variety of subject areas within parallel and distributed processing, including theory and applications. The Conference is also intended as an open forum in the field of applied mathematics. An important goal of PPAM'2001 is to foster communication and cooperation between communities studying problems in this field and communities involved in parallel/distributed computations. TOPICS OF INTEREST Topics of interest include (but are not limited) to: * Models of parallel/distributed computation * Parallel/Distributed architectures * Parallel/Distributed algorithms * Parallelization and mapping techniques * Object-oriented methods in parallel/distributed computing * Software tools and environments for parallel/distributed processing * Cluster computing and grids * Numerical methods in general * Numerical linear algebra * Methods of solving differential equations * Optimization methods in general * Genetic algorithms * Mathematical and computer methods in mechanics, material processing, biology and medicine, physics, chemistry, business, environmental modeling, etc. * Numerical and non-numerical applications of parallel/distributed processing * HPC for business enterprise computing KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (tentative list) - Viktor Decyk University of California, USA - Ewa Deelman University of Southern California, USA - Jack Dongarra University of Tennessee and ORNL, USA - Andrzej Goscinski Deakin University, Australia - Fred Gustavson IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA - Janusz Kowalik Boeing Company, USA - Timothy Mattson Intel Corporation, USA - Charles Norton Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA, USA - Marcin Paprzycki University of Southern Mississippi, USA - Yousef Saad University of Minnesota, USA - Horst D. Simon Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA - Boleslaw K. Szymanski Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA - Kevin Theobald University of Delaware, USA - Denis Trystram University of Grenoble, France - Jerzy Wasniewski Technical University of Denmark TUTORIALS (preliminary list) - Performance analysis and prediction by: Pallas, Germany - Numerical interval arithmetic by: Bill Walster, SUN, USA - OpenMP by: Timothy Mattson, Intel, USA - Numerical linear algebra, LAPACK and ScaLAPACK by: Jerzy Wasniewski and Bjarne S. Andersen, Technical University of Denmark PROGRAM COMMITTEE (preliminary list) Vassil Alexandrov University of Reading, UK Makoto Amamiya Kyushu University, Japan Peter Arbenz Institute for Scientific Computing, Switzerland Piotr Bala N. Copernicus University, Poland Vasile Berinde University of Northern Baia Mare, Romania Alexander Bogdanov St. Petersburg Institute for HPCN, Russia Tadeusz Burczynski Silesia University of Technology, Poland Peter Brezany University of Vienna, Austria Jerzy Brzezinski Poznan University of Technology, Poland Marian Bubak Institute of Computer Science, AGH, Poland Raimondas Ciegis Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Vilnius, Lithuania Bogdan Chlebus Warsaw University, Poland Zbigniew Czech Silesia University of Technology, Poland Lilliam Alvarez Díaz Institute of Cybernetics, Mathematics and Physics, Cuba Jack Dongarra University of Tennessee and ORNL, USA Maciej Drozdowski Poznan University of Technology, Poland Andrzej Goscinski Deakin University, Australia Laurent Granvilliers University of Nantes, France Alexandre Grebennikov Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Mexico, and Moscow State University, Russia Marta Fairen Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Ladislav Hluchy Institute of Computer Systems, Bratislava, Slovakia Peter Kacsuk Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest Jerzy Kaniewski Technical University of Koszalin, Poland Julia Kapitonowa Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev Andreas Karageorghis University of Cyprus, Nicosia Ayse Kiper Middle East Technical University, Turkey Jacek Kitowski Institute of Computer Science, AGH, Poland Jozef Korbicz Technical University of Zielona Gora, Poland Janusz Kowalik Boeing Company, USA Henryk Krawczyk Technical University of Gdansk, Poland Piotr Krzyzanowski Warsaw University, Poland Jan Kwiatkowski Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland Bogdan Lesyng Warsaw University, ICM, Poland Yen-Chun Lin Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei Ewa Majchrzak Silesia University of Technology, Poland Vyacheslav I. Maksimov Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences Svetozar D. Margenov Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia Veljko Milutinovic University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia Bohdan Mochnacki Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland Eric Monfroy University of Nantes, France Robert W. Numrich SGI, USA Marcin Paprzycki University of Southern Mississippi, USA Myongsoon Park Korea University, Seoul Ron H. Perrot Queens University Belfast, UK Henryk Piech Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland Edwige Pissaloux Universite de Rouen, France Leszek Rutkowski Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland Franciszek Seredynski Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Robert Schaefer Jagiellonian University, Poland Norbert Sczygiol Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland Horst D. Simon Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Theodore E. Simos Democritus University of Thrace, Greece Peter M.A. Sloot University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Przemyslaw Stpiczynski Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland Marek Szularz University of Ulster at Coleraine, Northern Ireland Boleslaw Szymanski Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA Sivan Toledo Tel-Aviv University, Israel Roman Trobec Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia Denis Trystram LMC-IMAG, Grenoble, France Marek Tudruj Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Pavel Tvrdik Czech Technical University, Prague Marian Vajtersic Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava Jerzy Wasniewski Technical University of Denmark Jan Weglarz Poznan University of Technology, Poland Bogdan Wiszniewski Technical University of Gdansk, Poland Peter Zinterhof University of Salzburg, Austria Henryk Leszczynski University of Gdansk, Poland Jan Jankowski Polish Ship Register, Gdansk Roman Wyrzykowski Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland - CONFERENCE CHAIR CONFERENCE LANGUAGE: English PAPER SUBMISSION and PUBLICATION Original papers are invited for the conference. Authors should submit full papers (draft versions) to the conference office before May 15, 2001. Papers are not to exceed 12 pages. They should be organized in the usual scientific format including a short abstract, references to previous work and state of the art in the field, aim of the work, methodology used, results obtained and references. Authors should submit a PostScript file to: ppam@k2.pcz.czest.pl . All submissions must be accompanied by single page abstract containing title, author's names and affiliations, mail and e-mail addresses, up to five keywords, and abstract itself. In case of multiple authors, one of them should be identified as a contact person. Papers will be refereed by an international committee, and accepted on the basis of their scientific merit and relevance to the conference topics. Acceptance will be notified by July 01, 2001. Abstracts of accepted papers will be available during the conference in form of a brochure. Only papers presented at PPAM'2001 will be included into the proceedings published after the conference by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series. Full camera-ready versions of accepted papers will be required by October 31, 2001. The author's guide for preparing them in LaTeX are available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html. SPECIAL SESSIONS Special sessions pertinent to the conference topics are welcome. These events are expected to be highly specialized and focused, and all accepted papers will be published in the PPAM'2001 Proceedings. Please send suggestions to the conference chairman before March 15, 2001. CONFERENCE VENUE PPAM'2001 will take place in Naleczow, an unique small town in the center of Poland, situated on the Lublin Upland, near the route from Warsaw to Lublin. Naleczow is famous for its setting, old parks, interesting monuments of the past and unforgettable atmosphere. The beginning of September is one of the best periods for visiting this region. CONFERENCE OFFICE PPAM'2001 Institute of Mathematics & Computer Science Technical University of Czestochowa Dabrowskiego 73 42-200 Czestochowa Poland Tel./Fax +(48)(34) 3250-331 e-mail roman@k2.pcz.czest.pl http://www.k2.pcz.czest.pl/~roman/ppam2001 IMPORTANT DATES Submissions of Proposals for Special Sessions March 15, 2001 Submission of Papers: May 31, 2001 Notification of Acceptance: July 01, 2001 Camera-Ready Papers: October 31, 2001