Call for Papers


                   Fifth International Conference on 
         Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation

       Organized by the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain 
 and the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique
with the cooperation of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

                            July 10-14, 2000
                      Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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This conference will provide, as have the preceding conferences in
this series, a forum where mathematicians, scientists, and engineers
from academia and industry can exchange research ideas concerning 
theoretical developments and specific applications in the domain of 
wave propagation.  In addition to the nine principal lectures, there
will be sessions for contributed papers and poster presentations. This
conference is held biennially. Reviewed manuscripts will appear in
the proceedings, published by SIAM and distributed at the conference. 


     Jerry L. BONA              University of Texas at Austin, USA
     Nicolas BURQ               Universite d' Orsay, France
     Simon N. CHANDLER-WILDE    Brunel University, United Kingdom
     Bjorn ENGQUIST             Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
     Jacques-Louis LIONS        College de France, France
     Eric MICHIELSSEN           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
     Jean-Claude NEDELEC        Ecole Polytechnique, France
     Catherine SULEM            University of Toronto, Canada
     Enrique ZUAZUA             Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain 


 The conference themes include but are not limited to:

 - Acoustics, Aeroacoustics, Hydro-Acoustics, Musical Acoustics,
     Structural Acoustics
 - Elastodynamics, Propagation in Viscoelastic, Porous, and Fractured
     Media, Thermoelasticity
 - Electromagnetism, Piezoelectricity
 - Gravity Waves, Hydrodynamics
 - Nonlinear Wave Propagation Problems   
 - Guided Waves, Resonances
 - Direct and Inverse Scattering Problems
 - Wave Propagation in Random Media
 - Wave propagation in Bubbly Media
 - Molecular Dynamics
 - Schrodinger Type Problems
 - Inverse Problems
 - Numerical Modelling: Finite Element, Finite Volume and Finite
     Difference Methods, Boundary Element, Integral Equation and
     Spectral Methods 
 - Exterieur Problems: Absorbing Layers, Artificial Boundary Conditions,
     Infinite Elements
 - Parabolic Equation Techniques
 - Geometrical Optics Methods, High Frequency Methods
 - Control, Optimum Design
 - Solution Methods for Large Scale Problems
 - Supercomputing and Parallel Processing


     Patrick JOLY, chair           INRIA-Rocquencourt, France    
     Mickael BALABANE              Universite de Paris Nord, France
     Gang BAO                      University of Florida, USA
     Claude BARDOS                 Ecole Normale Superieure-Cachan, France
     Eliane BECACHE                INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
     Jean-David BENAMOU            INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
     Abderrahmane BENDALI          INSA, Toulouse, France
     Anne-Sophie BONNET-BEN DHIA   ENSTA,Paris, France
     Alain BOSSAVIT                EDF, Clamart, France
     Antoine CHAIGNE               ENST, Paris, France
     Guy CHAVENT                   Universite de Paris-Dauphine, France  
     Gary COHEN                    INRIA-Rocquencourt, France 
     Francis COLLINO               CERFACS, Toulouse, France
     David L. COLTON               University of Delaware,  USA
     John A. DESANTO               Colorado School of Mines, USA
     Bruno DESPRES                 CEA, Bruyeres Le Chatel, France
     Peter DEUFLHARD               Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
     Roland GLOWINSKI              University of Houston, USA
     Michel KERN                   INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
     Andreas KIRSCH                Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany
     Alexandre KOMECH              Moscow State University, Russia
     Rainer KRESS                  Universitat Gottingen,  Germany
     Marc LENOIR                   ENSTA, Paris, France                
     Paul MARTIN                   University of Manchester, United Kingdom
     Peter MONK                    University of Delaware, USA
     Cathleen MORAWETZ             Courant Institute, New York University,
     George PAPANICOLAOU           Stanford University, USA
     Benoit PERTHAME               Universite de Paris 6, France     
     Alfio QUARTERONI              Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne,
     Jeffrey RAUCH                 University of Michigan, USA
     Evariste SANCHEZ-PALENCIA     Universite de Paris 6, France   
     Geza SERIANI                  Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale,
     Bill SYMES                    Rice University, USA
     Eitan TADMOR                  University of California at Los Angeles,
     Luis VEGA                     Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain
     Ricardo WEDER                 Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico,
     Olof WIDLUND                  Courant Institute, New York University,


     Alfredo BERMUDEZ, chair       Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 
     Dolores GOMEZ                 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 
     Christophe HAZARD             ENSTA, Paris, France
     Jean E. ROBERTS               INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
     Annick THEIS-VIEMONT          INRIA-Rocquencourt, France  


Contributed presentations in lecture or poster format are invited 
in all areas of wave propagation.

Standard Lecture Session
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A lecture consists of a 25-minute presentation with an
additional 5 minutes for discussion. 

Poster Session
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Poster presentations will be presented in an informal setting that 
allows presenters to discuss their research with individual attendees.

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Each contributor must submit a paper not to exceed 5 pages in length
and should indicate whether he/she prefers to give a presentation 
in lecture or poster format.  The papers selected for presentation
in either format will appear in the proceedings

Submissions must be transmitted electronically in LaTeX format.
Instructions for how to submit electronically will be posted on the
Web at at a later date. 

Deadline for submission of contributed presentations: 
November 19, 2000. 


The conference proceedings will be published by SIAM 
and will be available at the conference.
They will consist of 10-page papers from the invited speakers
and 5-page papers from contributors.


 Today -------------- Send in the reply form found on our web page 
 November 19, 1999 -- Deadline for submission of 5-page contributed
 January 7, 2000 ---- Acceptance or rejection notices will be mailed to 
                        submitters of contributed papers.
 January 7, 2000 ---- Instructions for preparing camera-ready copy will
                        be mailed to authors of accepted papers.
 February 11, 2000 -- Camera-ready copy of each accepted paper must 
                        reach INRIA.
 July 10-14, 2000 --- Conference


Santiago de Compostela is a small city of 100,000 inhabitants in the 
north-west of Spain. The destination of the centuries old, annual
pilgrimage along The Road to Santiago, it was named a World Heritage 
site by UNESCO in 1985 and  has been designated one of the European 
Cultural Capitals for the year 2000. An enchanting city with a rich 
cultural heritage, nightlife and excellent cuisine, Santiago is just 
a short distance from some of the most scenic parts of Spain.


The conference program, accommodation, transportation, and
registration information will be available on our web page at a later date.

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conference please complete and submit the preliminary reply form on
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