[CFP] Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences

Discussion in 'Math Research' started by YH Khoo, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. YH Khoo

    YH Khoo Guest

    Dear Friends and Colleagues,

    The Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences (M3AS)
    provides a medium of exchange for scientists engaged in applied
    sciences (physics, biology, economy, finance, social sciences, natural
    and technological sciences) where there exists a non-trivial interplay
    between mathematics, mathematical modeling of complex systems and
    mathematical and computer methods oriented towards the qualitative and
    quantitative analysis of mathematical models.

    The principal areas of interest of this journal are:
    1.Mathematical modeling of systems in applied sciences.
    2.Mathematical methods for the qualitative and quantitative analysis
    of models of mathematical physics and technological sciences.
    3.Numerical and computer treatment of mathematical models or real
    systems.
    Special attention will be paid to the analysis of nonlinearities and
    stochastic aspects.

    Within the above limitation, scientists in all fields which employ
    mathematics are encouraged to submit research and review papers to the
    journal. Both theoretical and applied papers will be considered for
    publication. High quality, novelty of the content and potential for
    the applications to modern problems in applied sciences and technology
    will be the guidelines for the selection of papers to be published in
    the journal.

    If you are interested in submitting your work to M3AS to be considered
    for publication, please consult or email any of the Editors, Nicola
    Bellomo: or Fanco Brezzi:
    .

    For more details on the journal, please visit:

    http://www.worldscinet.com/m3as.html

    Sincerely,
    The Editorial Board
    M3AS
     
    YH Khoo, Aug 29, 2003
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