First International Symposium on
Finite Volumes for Complex Applications
- Problems and Perspectives -
15-18, 1996 / Rouen, France
We whish to thank all participants, first of all the authors for
this Symposium. Special thanks to all the ones, who helped concerning
What's that good for? (What was the intention?)
The intention is to open up a critical discussion concerning the wide
cited in the title. Critical means, showing up the limits of existing
as well as finding new approaches. New ideas are explicitly welcome,
if these did not yet show full success.
For whom's that good? (For whom was the symposium intended?)
Mathematicians, engineers and numericists concerned with or interested
in Finite Volume Techniques for any application. Honoured scientists,
delegates and students are equally welcome. Due to the possible
in student lodgings, the total cost for a participation can be
Will there be proceedings? (Where can I get them now?)
Yes. The presentation of new ideas must be accomplished by publishing
papers. We're sorry that from our side there are no copies left. If you
are interested in the proceedings, please contact:
Editions Hermes / 14, rue Lantiez / 75017 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 42 29 44 66 / Fax: +33 1 42 29 15 56
Where to get more information?
Who else will come?
There will be around 70 contributing lectures, eight of them invited.
have seen this page.
Are there any changes since the first Announcement?
Since Feb. 1, 1996: New Industrial Sponsor SNI
Since Feb. 13, 1996: Prof. N. P. Weatherill joins the Symposium as
Since Feb. 28, 1996: New Industrial Sponsor HP
Since May. 08, 1996: The symposium is prolongated by one day, due to a
higher number of contributions
Industrial and Public Sponsors
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