CMMSE 2011 : 11th International Conference Computational and mathematical methods in Science and Engineering CMMSE 2011
Call For Papers
11TH CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL AND MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
June 26-30, Benidorm, Alicante, Spain.
Call for Special Sessions and 30 minutes Presentations
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS:
The 2011 Conference on Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering
Conference (CMMSE-2011), is the eleven of this conference series. CMMSE2011
aims to be a unifying, cross-cutting, interdisciplinary gathering, where
specialists can have exposure to diverse fields and participate in special
sessions different from but still close to their own interests.
Standard presentation: 30 minutes in length.
--Special Sessions: Minimum of 4-5 presentations.
--Minisymposium more than 14 papers.
Special session & minisymposium chairs can act as plenary speakers.
Special session & minisymposium chairs can act as editors of the proceedings.
Special session & mini-symposium chairs can act as editors of the journals special issues produced.
May 17, 2011 -- Deadline for submission of Abstracts (3-4 pages) or full papers (12 pages).
May 26, 2011 -- Notification of Acceptance
June 12, 2011 – Registration (with podium)
June 20, 2011 -- Registration (without podium)
August 10, 2011 -- Deadline for submission (SPECIAL ISSUES).
Sept. 10, 2011 -- Special issue final selection.
JOURNALS INVOLVED: (all indexed by SCI-ISI)
-- International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, (Willey).
-- Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, (Springer).
-- International Journal of Computer Mathematics, (Taylor & Francis).
-- Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (solicited),(Elsevier)
-- Journal of Mathematical Modeling and Algorithms , (Kluwer)
-- Journal of Supercomputing, (Springer).
-- International Journal of Neural Systems (World Scientific)
-- Computational Engineering & Engineering Software.
-- Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering (IOS Press)
-- Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (Willey)
APROVED SPECIAL SESSIONS AND MINISYMPOSIUMS at:
Please check the Conference Web site regularly for the most up to date information.
All meals and dinners (full board) included for participants (and their accompanying persons staying at the conference hotel).
Benidorm is probably the best microclimate in the European Mediterranean.
Benidorm is situated in the range of arid climate of Europe, which goes to Almeria.
This result is due and that is partially isolated oceanic influences.
Benidorm is characteristic because it is the only Spanish city that has so many
skyscrapers together (has over 40 buildings over 25 floors), it is also a major
tourist points of Europe (especially in UK and Germany).
BENIDORM ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:
* The pretty Old Town: Stroll around the winding cobbled streets and take in the sights of Old Benidorm, such as the blue domed Church of San Jaime.
* Golf: All of the Costa Blanca’s top quality golf courses are within easy reach of Benidorm. They aren’t natural, but they are a big attraction!
* Sports and Adventure: Enjoy horseback riding, tennis, a variety of water-sports, walking, hiking, paintballing, quad biking and lots more.
* Benidorm Nightlife: Stay up all night dancing the night away at discos and clubs, take in cabarets and shows, eat out at one of the many wonderful Benidorm restaurants, laugh at stand-up comics the choice is up to you!
* Shopping: Benidorm has a wide variety of shops and boutiques and you can find an even bigger choice in the nearby city of Alicante. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Benidorm’s markets too.
THEME PARKS BENIDORM:
* Aqualandia Water Park
This water park is just one of the great tourist attractions in and around Benidorm. Here, you and your children can enjoy water slides, the Black Hole, the Big Bang free fall slides, the Rapids ride, exploring caves and waterfalls, and swimming with sea lions. There is even a zone for younger children, Adventureland.
Mundomar is a marine and exotic animal park which offers you the opportunity to learn more about marine life, see shows like parrot shows, sea line shows and dancing dolphin shows, see aquatic birds like flamingos and pelicans, and explore the wonderful aquarium.
* Terra Mitica
This theme park can be described as the ‘Disneyland of Spain’ and is themed around myths and legends. The theme park has five different zones
the Islands (Greek Islands), Iberia, Rome, Greece and Egypt and has a wide choice of rides, including Magnus Colossus, Europe’s longest wooden roller coaster, the Inferno ball coaster, the giant spinning SynKope discus and many more thrilling rides. The park also has gladiator shows, circus style shows and pirate shows which incorporate stunts and acrobatics.
* Terra Natura
This park is a celebration of the wildlife of the four regions of Europe, Asia, America and Pangea. Enjoy jungles areas, seeing over 1,500 animals in their natural habitat, dive with rays and sharks, zip wire over elephants, take a ride on a donkey and much more. This park has got to be one of the best Benidorm tourist attractions.
A Costa Blanca holiday is not complete without spending some time relaxing on the
wonderful sandy beaches. Benidorm has four beautiful, golden sandy beaches Levante,
Poniente, Malpas and nearby Cala de Finestrat and all of them have good facilities
and are kept beautifully clean. There are many more beaches to enjoy on the Costa
Blanca coastline too – try Denia for some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches.
To find out more about Benidorm and Costa de Levante have a look in
CONFERENCE HOTEL: MELIA BENIDORM