40th International Conference
Applications of Mathematics in Engineering and Economics
Sozopol, 8 - 13 June, 2014

Organized by Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics,
Technical University of Sofia

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The 40th Conference Applications of Mathematics in Engineering and Economics (AMEE'14) will be held June 8 - 13, 2014 at the ancient town of Sozopol. The main goal of this series of conferences is to bring together experts and young talented scientists from Bulgaria and abroad to discuss the modern trends and to ensure exchange of views in various applications of mathematics in engineering, physics, economics, biology, etc. The peer-reviewed proceedings of AMEE'13 were published in American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, vol.1570. The Organizing Committee encourages the taking part of students and postgraduates and intends to organize a separate youth session. The invited lecturers are supposed to organize special sessions. The Organizing Committee stimulates a special discussion concerning the development and use of software innovations in the scientific computing and the student training in this area.

Local Organizing Committee

International Programme Committee

CHAIRPERSON: George Venkov CHAIRPERSON: Vesela Pasheva (Bulgaria)
Ivan Kralov VICE-CHAIR: Nedyu Popivanov (Bulgaria)
Jordanka Paneva Igor Ananievski (Russia)
Krasimira Prodanova Lubomir Dechevsky (Norway)
Vladimir Georgiev (Italy)
Virginia Kiryakova (Bulgaria)
Michail Konstantinov (Bulgaria)

Ralitza Kovacheva (Bulgaria)

Alexander Ovseevich (Russia)

Alexander Soldatov (Russia)

Tynysbek Kalmenov (Kazakhstan)

Kevin Payne (Italy)

Rudolf Scherer (Germany)

Scientific Organizer: Mariana Durcheva (Bulgaria)

e-mail : amee@tu-sofia.bg
fax : +359 2 9653379

Currently Announced Special Sessions:

"Partial Differential Equations and Applications" organised by Prof. Nedyu Popivanov DSc., Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Sponsor: Research and Development Sector by the TU

Last update: March 04, 2014