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Last Call for Papers (extended): The 2011 Internatio
nal Conference of Applied and Engineering Mathematics (ICAEM

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Last Call for Papers (extended): The 2011 International Conference of
Applied and Engineering Mathematics (ICAEM?11)

CFP: The 2011 International Conference of Applied and Engineering
From: International Association of Engineers (IAENG)
Draft Paper Submission Deadline (extended): 23 March, 2011
Camera-Ready papers & Registration Deadline: 8 April, 2011
WCE 2011: London, U.K., 6 - 8 July, 2011

The conference ICAEM'11 is held under the World Congress on
Engineering 2011. The WCE 2011 is organized by International
Association of Engineers (IAENG),
a non-profit international association for the engineers and the
scientists. The congress has the focus on the frontier topics in the
and applied engineering and computer science subjects. The WCE
conferences serve
as good platforms for our members and the entire engineering community
to meet
with each other and to exchange ideas. The recent IAENG conference has
more than eight hundred participants from over 30 countries. Our
committees have been formed with over three hundred committee members
who are
mainly research center heads, faculty deans, department heads,
professors, and
research scientists from different universities like Cambridge,
Imperial College,
Harvard, MIT and Oxford etc.

The conference proceedings will be published by IAENG (ISBN:
in hardcopy. The full-text congress proceeding will be indexed in
major database
indexes so that it can be assessed easily. Revised and expanded
version of the
selected papers may be included as book chapters in the standalone
edited books
under the framework of cooperation between Springer, America Institute
of Physics,
and IAENG. The abstracts will be indexed and available at major
academic databases.
The accepted papers will also be considered for publication in the
special issues
of the journal Engineering Letters, in IAENG journals and in edited
books. For
reference, the recent IAENG post conference edited books include
titles like
for example: Trends in Intelligent Systems and Computer Engineering,
Advances in Communication Systems and Electrical Engineering, and
Advances in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research by
Springer, and
Current Themes in Engineering Science by America Institute of Physics.

The topics of the ICAEM'11 include, but not limited to, the

Linear algebra and applications:
Matrix theory
Tensor analysis
Combinatorial linear algebra
Numerical linear analysis
Computational linear algebra
Markov chains
Iterative methods
Large-scale systems

Numerical analysis:
Numerical methods for ordinary and partial differential equation
Computational programming of numerical algorithms
Finite Elements
Scientific computing
Error analysis
Stability problems
Convergence analysis
Non-linear systems
Chaos systems
Dynamical systems

Differential equations and applications:
Ordinary differential equations
Partial differential equations
Stochastic differential equations
Difference equations
Integral equations
Variation methods
Nonlinear systems
Perturbation problems

Probabilities and statistics:
Probability theory
Stochastic process
Applied statistics

Mathematical statistics
Estimation Theory

Operations Research and Optimization:
Mathematical programming
Stochastic modeling
Decision theory
Game theory
Queueing theory
Reliability theory
Routing theory
Transportation problems
Financial mathematics
Inventory control
Optimization theory
Linear programming
Quadratic programming
Convex programming
Nonlinear programming
Stochastic programming
Combinatorial programming

Discrete Mathematics and Control:
Methods of algorithmic analysis
Combinatorial problems
Graph theory
Signal processing
Real time systems
Network optimization
Control theory


WCE 2011 is now accepting manuscript submissions. Prospective authors
are invited
to submit their draft paper in full paper (any appropriate style) to
WCE{at} by 23 March, 2011. The submitted file can be in MS
Word format,
PS format, or PDF formats.

The first page of the draft paper should include:
(1) Title of the paper;
(2) Name, affiliation and e-mail address for each author;
(3) A maximum of 5 keywords of the paper.

Also, the name of the conference that the paper is being submitted to
be stated in the email.

It is our target that the reviewing process and the result
notification for
each submitted manuscript can be completed within one month from its
The reviewing process is to ensure the quality of the accepted papers
in the
WCE congress.

WCE Congress Co-chairs
Prof. Alexander M. Korsunsky
Professor of Engineering Science
Dean, Trinity College
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, UK

Prof. Andrew Hunter
Professor & Head of Department & Head of Vision and AI Research Group
Dean of Research
Department of Computing and Informatics,
Lincoln University, UK

Prof. David WL Hukins, CPhys, FinstP, FIPEM, FRSE
Professor of Bio-medical Engineering
Head of Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering,
University of Birmingham, UK

Prof. Len Gelman (honorary co-chair)
Professor and Chair in Vibro-Acoustic Monitoring,
Chairman of the Condition Monitoring Technical Committee, the British
Institute of NDT,
Director, Centre of Vibro-Acoustics and Fatigue,
Director, International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (USA)
Cranfield University, UK

Dr. Christopher John Hogger (honorary co-chair)
Senior Lecturer
Department of Computing
Imperial College London, UK

Prof. Darek J. Ceglarek (ICMEEM honorary co-chair)
Professor, International Manufacturing Centre, University of Warwick,
Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Fellow of CIRP; Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Automation
Science and Engineering, and ASME Transactions on Manufacturing
Science and Engineering

Dr. Stephen Payne (ICSBB honorary co-chair)
University Lecturer in BioMedical Engineering
Dean of Degrees Keble College, Head of Physiological Understanding
through Modelling, Monitoring and Analysis Group,
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, UK

More details about the WCE 2011 can be found at:

More details about the International Association of Engineers, and
the IAENG International Journal of Computer Science, and
the IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics can be found

It will be highly appreciated if you can circulate these calls for
papers to your colleagues.

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