Desde:  8-06-1999
Hasta: 10-06-1999
Lugar: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Dear Colleague,
I have pleasure in enclosing the Call for Papers
for the 13th 
conference on boundary element technology
If you wish to receive further information please
do not hesitate 
to contact me or alternatively you can refer to
our Website
Liz Kerr
Conference Co-ordinator


13th International Conference on 
Boundary Element Technology


8 - 10 June 1999

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Organised by:
Howard R. Hughes School of Engineering, University
of Nevada, Las
Vegas, USA Wessex Institute of Technology, UK

Sponsored by:
The International Society for Boundary Elements

As in previous meetings, this BETECH Conference
will provide an
international platform for the exchange of ideas
between industrial
users, boundary element researchers and research
code developers.  The
Meeting will give an opportunity for researchers
and industrial users
to discuss novel advances in BEM.

The BETECH series of conferences started in
Adelaide, Australia  in
1985 and continued  in MIT, USA in 1986, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil in
1987, Windsor, Canada in 1989, Delaware, USA in
1990, Southampton, UK
in 1991, Albuquerque, USA in 1992, Vilamoura,
Portugal in 1993,
Orlando, Florida in 1994, Liege, Belgium in 1995,
Hawaii, USA in 1996
and Knoxville, USA in 1997.

All proceedings were published in book form and
widely distributed
throughout the world.

Prof C S Chen
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
Prof C A Brebbia
Wessex Institute of Technology Southampton, UK

R Brown
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
E Kansa
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
G Miel
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
T Pang
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
D Peppar
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

Liz Kerr, BETECH99
Wessex Institute of Technology
Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst,
Southampton SO40 7AA, UK
Tel:  +44 (0) 1703 293223
Fax: +44 (0) 1703 292853
Email  :

D E Beskos
University of Patras, Greece
C Y Chan
University of Southwestern Louisiana, USA
A H D Cheng
University of Delaware, USA
V DeGiorgi
Naval Research Lab, USA
R E Dippery, Jr
GMI Engineering & Management Institute, USA
G Dulikravich
Pennsylvania State University, USA
A El-Zafrany
Cranfild University, UK
L Gaul
Universitat Stuttgart, Germany
M A Golberg
Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
L Gray
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
W S Hall
University of Teeside, UK
K Hayami
University of Tokyo, Japan
J Iannelli
University of Tennessee, USA
M S Ingber
University of New Mexico, USA
D B Ingham
University of Leeds, UK
N Kamiya
Nagoya University, Japan
A J Kassab
University of Central Florida, USA
J T Katsikadelis
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
F Paris
University of Seville, Spain
H Power
Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
G Rosenhouse
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Israel
T J Rudolphi
Iowa State University, USA
B Sarler
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
E Schnack
Karlsruhe University, Germany
V Sladek
Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
N Tosaka
Nihon University, Japan
J Wearing
University of Sheffield, UK

The conference is sponsored by the International
Society for Boundary

Illuminating the desert sky, Las Vegas is a city
unlike any other in
the U.S.A. A dazzling array of lights beckons you
to the "strip" where
spectacular family entertainment, big name shows
and casinos offer
round-the-clock entertainment.  A little further
beyond are the
magnificient sights of the Grand Canyon and the
mighty Colorado river.
 The conference is being held at the luxurious
Egyptian themed LUXOR
HOTEL in Las Vegas, the world's only 30 storey
Pyramid shaped
hotel/casino. The hotel has 4,400 Egyptian themed
rooms, six
restaurants, a fitness centre and health club as
well as one of the
largest pool complexes in Las Vegas (and of course
a casino).  In
addition there are motion based simulator rides
and the Luxor IMAX
theatre as well as a shopping mall.  Special rates
have been
negotiated on behalf of our delegates at this
hotel.  All participants
will be sent a booking form and further details
will be available in
the Provisional  Programme.

The International Airport in Nevada is "McCarran
Airport" which is
only 2.5 miles from the Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas.

The Proceedings of the conference will be reviewed
and published to a
high standard in book form by Computational
Mechanics Publications and
will be available to delegates at the conference. 
The proceedings
will also be distributed worldwide throught the
booktrade.  The language of the conference will be

Mini-exhibition facilities will be available for
those firms or
organisations wishing to display products,
services, hardware,
software, literature relating to the theme of the
conference.  The
space may also be used for free standing units. 
Please contact the
Conference Secretariat for details.

Papers are invited on the topics indicated and
others falling within
the scope of the conference.  Three copies of an
abstact of no more
than 300 words, clearly stating the purpose,
results and conclusion of
the work to be described in the final paper should
be submitted to the
Conference Secretariat as soon as possible and no
later than 22
September 1998. The camera-ready manuscript of the
final full length
paper will need to be received by 19 January 1999
and final acceptance
will depend on the full length paper.


Return reply form and submit abstract:

As soon as possible and
no later than 22 September 1998

Submit final manuscript:

19 January 1999

The Wessex Institute of Technology is a research
centre with an
international reputation for engineering
excellence.  The Institute
which has charitable status runs a PhD programme
and has put forward a
series of innovations - including the boundary
element method, which
are now widely used by industry.  The Institute
produces up to date
information and training in advanced engineering
via the media of
courses, conferences and publications.  The aim is
to provide a link
between research engineers, scientists and
practising engineers in
industry.  This conference is one of the twenty to
twenty five
international meetings run by WIT every year.

Papers are invited on the  topics  outlined below
and other topics
which fall within the general scope of the
conference.  Three copies
of each abstract should be submitted to the
Conference Secretariat as
soon as possible and not later than 22 September
1998. Please tick the
most appropriate topic to your abstract:
 Radial Basis Functions
 Approximation Theory
 High Performance Computing Symbolic
 Numerical Aspects
 Hypersingular Equations
 Vector and Parallel Processing
 Fluid Flow
 Heat Transfer
 Inverse Problems 
 Shape Optimization
 Damage Tolerance       
 Stress Analysis
  Contact Problems
 Fluid-Structure Interaction
 Soil-Structure Interaction
 Vibrations & Dynamics
  Corrosion and
 Electrostatics and Electromagnetics
 Electrochemical Processes
 Industrial Applications
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