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From XXVII  Mon Feb  6 18:53:40 2006
Date: Tue Feb  7 09:57:27 2006

XXVII CILAMCE - Call for Abstracts

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the Brazilian Association of Computational Methods in 
Engineering (ABMEC) and the Iberian Latin American Association for 
Computational Methods in Engineering (AMC), we  are pleased to announce the 
27th Cilamce - Iberian Latin American Congress on Computational Methods in 
Engineering, to be held during September 3-6, 2006 at the Hilton Hotel, in 
the historical city of Belém-Pará, Brazil. The event will be hosted by the 
Graduate Program in Civil Engineering of Federal University of Pará.

The Organizing Committee of Cilamce 2006 invites you to submit one-page 
Abstracts for presentation in this event.
Addition information about the XXVII Cilamce, and abstract submission to 
the event is provided below.

We appreciate your interest in participating in this conference.

Regina Augusta Campos Sampaio and Remo Magalhães de Souza
Chairmen of the XXVII CILAMCE

Campus Universitário do Guamá, Edifício do Centro Tecnológico, salas 232 e 236.
Av. Augusto Corrêa, n. 1, Belém-Pa, BRAZIL CEP: 66075-900
Phone/Fax: +55(91) 3201-8133,  9614-7405
e-mail:<mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [EMAIL PROTECTED] url: 


27th CILAMCE -  Iberian Latin American Congress on Computational Methods in 

Belém is located in the Guajará bay, in the delta of the Amazon River, 
close to "Ilha do Marajó", the largest fluvial island in the world. Belém 
prides itself on being the gateway to the Amazon Region and the cultural 
and commercial center of Northern Brazil. It grew substantially in size and 
importance during the nineteenth century rubber boom, and is now a large 
city with two million inhabitants. While the newer part of the city 
contains many modern buildings and skyscrapers, the colonial section still 
retains the charm of ancient churches and other historical buildings with 
their traditional Portuguese blue tiles. Belém has beautiful public squares 
and many mango-tree lined streets, and, for this reason, it is also known 
as "Cidade das Mangueiras" (City of Mango Trees).

Conference History
The conference has its origins in a meeting for Civil Engineers held in Rio 
de Janeiro in 1977. In the following year it was repeated in São Paulo. In 
1979, the scope of the conference was broadened, in Porto Alegre, to 
include a wide range of engineering applications, leading to the present 
name of the conference. At the same time, the AMC was created. Since then, 
the conference has grown even further in both scope and audience, and it 
now ranks as one of the most important conferences on its field of activity 
in the Iberian Latin American Community.

Throughout the years, the conference has played an increasingly vital role 
in providing an international forum for discussion and dissemination of 
scientific and technical knowledge related to the use of computer 
technology in the solution of engineering problems. The last editions of 
the conference were held in Giulianova/Italy (2002), Ouro Preto/Brazil 
(2003), Recife/Brazil (2004), and Guarapari/Brazil (2005).

Scientific Program
Cilamce 2006, the 27th Cilamce conference, will maintain the tradition, 
established by the previous editions, of providing a general forum for 
enhancing interdisciplinary interactions, and collaborations among all 
researchers, students and professionals interested in the application of 
computational methods to engineering.

The scientific program of the Congress consists of invited plenary 
lectures, invited mini-symposia keynote lectures by respected experts, 
contributed oral presentations, and poster presentations by undergraduate 
students. The keynote lectures and the oral presentations will be grouped 
in the following Minisymposia, covering a vast range of multidisciplinary 
subjects on computational methods in engineering and applied sciences:

• Advanced Analysis in Steel and Composite Structures
• Industrial CFD Applications
• Analysis and Design of Offshore Structures and Pipelines
• Beams, Plates, Shells and Solid Structures
• Biomechanics
• Boundary element methods
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Computational Geomechanics and Geophysics
• Computational Mechanics of Advanced Materials
• Concrete Structures
• Environmental Flows
• High Performance Computing
• Identification of Structures
• Mesh Generation and Adaptivity
• Nonlinear Analysis, Stability and Structural Dynamics
• Numerical Methods: Formulation and Analysis
• Numerical Methods in Acoustics and Mechanical Vibrations
• Numerical Methods in Electricity and Electromagnetism
• Numerical Simulation and Optimization of Thermal Systems
• Numerical Simulation and Optimization of Transportation Systems
• Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Dynamic Coupled Problems
• Numerical Simulations in Chemical Engineering
• Object Oriented Systems
• Optimization
• Plasticity, Damage, Fracture and Fatigue
• Research Beginners on Computational Methods in Engineering
• Reservoir Simulation
• Soft Computing and Data Modeling
• Structural Optimization
• Structural Reliability

Call for Papers
One page abstracts are invited by February 20th, 2006. The abstract must 
contain: Title, authors, addresses, corresponding author´s e-mail and the 
name of the associated minisymposium.

To send an abstract, please access the conference web-site at 
<>, click 
on “Instruction for authors” on the main menu, and follow the instructions.

The official languages of the conference are English, Spanish, Portuguese 
and Italian. Papers and presentations in any official language are welcome. 
No simultaneous translations will be provided. Authors are encouraged to 
write and present their papers in English.

Important Dates

One-page abstract submission deadline: February, 20th, 2006.
Notification of acceptance: March, 6th
Full paper submission deadline: May, 8th
Notification of acceptance: June, 30th
Revised paper submission deadline: August, 7th
Author´s registration deadline: August, 7th
Beginning of the XXVII CILAMCE: September, 3rd, 2006.

Please, check our web site 
(<> for 
the most updated information about the Conference.

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From sonzogni en  Tue Feb  7 16:40:31 2006
From: sonzogni en (Victorio Sonzogni)
Date: Tue Feb  7 16:47:25 2006
Subject: [NotiAMCA] Escuela de Verano de Ciencias Informaticas de Rio Cuarto

Estimado Sr(a):

Nuevamente, como lo hemos hecho desde 1993, enviamos la invitacion a
participar de la Escuela de Verano de Ciencias Informaticas de Rio Cuarto.
Rogamos su colaboracion en la difusion de esta invitacion. Por favor
enviela a las listas de docentes y alumnos de su universidad, si no la
ha recibido desde ellas.

Esta Escuela de Verano tiene una edicion especial, se realiza
en conmemoracion al 20 aniversario de la apertura de la ESLAI (Escuela
Superior Latino Americana de Informatica) y sus cursos estaran a cargo de
notables profesores que pertenecieron a ella.
Para minimizar el solapamiento de cursos, la Escuela se extendera a dos
mientras que cada uno de sus cursos tendra la duracion habitual de cinco 

Durante el fin de semana intermedio se realizara un workshop sobre politicas 
desarrollo de las Ciencias de
Computacion en Latinoamerica y cooperacion internacional y un encuentro de 
de la ESLAI.

Muchas gracias, perdon por las posibles repeticiones de este mail y 

                   Jorge Aguirre
Director Esuela de Verano de Cs. Informaticas (Rio 2006)

XIII Escuela de Verano de Ciencias Informaticas

Rio 2006 - ESLAI 1986
13 al 25 de febrero de 2006

Campus de la  Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto
En conmemoracion del 20 aniversario de la apertura de la ESLAI


* "Service oriented Software Architectures", Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico de
Milan, Italia.
* "Optimicion Combinatoria", Julian Araoz, Univ. Simon Bolivar, Univ.
Politecnica de Catalu#a.
* "Introduction to type theory and some applications for documents 
Bengt Nordstrom, Univ. de Chamlers, Gotemburgo, Suecia.
* "Modelos Computacionales para Sistemas Interactivos Concurrentes". Ugo
Montanari, Universidad de Pisa, Italia.
* "Implementacion de Sistemas de Tiempo Real: de codigo a modelos", Sergio
Yovine, CNRS, Francia.
* "Fundamentos de la Reescritura de orden superior", Delia Kesner, Univ. de
Paris 7, Francia.
* "Seminario sobre la ensenanza de la programacion: Todavia no aprendi a
ensenar programacion", Jean-Pierre Peyrin, Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble,
* "Criptografia", Hugo Scolnik, Univ. De Buenos Aires.

Los cursos tienen 5 clases de 2:30 hs. de duracion, cada una. Examen 
otorgaran certificados de asistencia o aprobacion.

Facilidades de alojamiento: La Universidad cuenta con un comedor ($3 el
almuerzo), un amplio
campo de deportes, pileta, residencias ($7 por dia) y lugares para acampar
Ademas la ciudad dispone de hoteles de distintas categorias.


Mas informacion e inscripciones en:
 Telefono/fax : 54+358-467-6235 

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