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Francois Normant

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Conference Fractals in Engineering
Posted: Sep 16, 1991 10:07 PM
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FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS


Fractals in Engineering '92

June 3-5, 1992
at
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Montreal, Quebec, Canada



SPONSORED BY
Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal - Applied Mathematics Department
Centre de Recherches Mathematiques de Montreal
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada


CONFERENCE SCOPE, OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE
The goal of the conference is to present fractals and their applications and
to show how fractal concepts can be used in engineering and industrial
research.
The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:
- disordered materials
- fracture, rough surfaces
- fluid mechanics
- electrochemistry
- fractal growth phenomena

A number of one-hour keynote lectures by invited speakers is planned to
reinforce the overall goals of the event. Invited speakers include:

James A. Donovan (University of Massachusetts)
Thomas A. Hewett (Stanford University)
Roland Lenormand (Institut Francais du Petrole)
Benoit B. Mandelbrot (IBM Watson Research Center and Yale University)
Julio Ottino (Northwestern University)
M. Sahimi (University of Southern California)
Dalloul Wehbi (Microsurface SARL, Besancon)
Richard Wool (University of Illinois)
Robert Ziff (University of Michigan)


Several sessions of contributed talks (20 minutes each) are also organized.

The Conference languages are French and English.


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Anyone involved in fractal applications in engineering is welcome to attend
and to submit a contribution to this conference. Abstracts for consideration
for presentation at the Conference are invited.

Abstracts should be limited to a single page clearly stating what the
significance of the contribution is.
The abstracts can be submitted by post, fax or e-mail to the conference
secretariat. Authors should give their postal address, telephone, fax,
e-mail and specify the language to be used.
Abstracts will be published in the conference program that will be
distributed to all attendees.


AUTHOR'S SCHEDULE
Deadline for abstract 31 january 1991
Notification of acceptance 15 march 1991


ORGANIZATION CHAIRS
Chairman: Claude Tricot
Vice-Chairman: Gilles Deslauriers
Director: Francois Normant

PROGRAM COMMITEE
Honorary Chairman:
Benoit B. Mandelbrot IBM T.J Watson Research Center and Yale University
Chairman:
Claude Tricot Ecole Polytechnique - President
Vice-Chairmen:
Fereydoon Family Emory University - Atlanta
Bernard Sapoval Ecole Polytechnique - France


REGISTRATION FEE
Before 5/1/92 After 5/1/92
regular $150.00 $300.00
student $ 50.00 $100.00

FURTHER INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

It is highly recommended that you pre-register well in advance to ensure
a place in the conference.
To receive a set of registration materials, please supply the requested
information (see form below) to:

Conference "Fractals in Engineering"
Applied Mathematics Department
Ecole Polytechnique
P.O. Box 6079 - station A
Montreal (Que) Canada
H3C 3A7

Fax. (514) 340-4463
e-mail conference@mathappl.polymtl.ca


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Please fill and send this form to the conference secretariat.
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Fractals in Engineering '92
Montreal, June 3-5, 1992

Last name: First name:

Institution or Company:

Department:

Address:

Country: post code:

Telephone: FAX:

e-mail address:

[ ] I intend to submit a paper entitled:




[ ] I want to attend the conference, please keep me informed.

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