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Meeting: Travel Support for ICIAM 95
 
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Meeting: Travel Support for ICIAM 95

Travel Support

Available for ICIAM 95

SIAM is administering a travel grant program for ICIAM 95---
the third International Congress on Industrial and Applied
Mathematics---to be held in Hamburg, Germany, July 3--7. The grants,
which are funded by the National Science Foundation and the
Department of Energy, will provide partial travel support to
qualified applicants.

The awards are intended primarily for young researchers and graduate
students; women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Awards will be based on merit. Preference will be given to
participants in the ICIAM 95 program and to applicants who do not
have other travel support for the meeting.

Typical anticipated awards will range from $800 to $1000. Travel
costs will be reimbursed up to the amount of the award on submission
of a signed travel expense form to SIAM.

Additional information and application forms can be accessed through
the SIAM home page on the World Wide Web (http://www.siam.org/) or
the SIAM gopher server (gopher.siam.org). Application materials can
also be obtained from the SIAM office (ICIAM 95 Coordinator, SIAM,
3600 University City Science Center, Philadelphia, PA 19104-2688;
215-382-9800; 215-386-7999 (fax); meetings@siam.org).
The cutoff date for applications is March 15, and final decisions
will be made no later than April 15. Early submission of
applications is encouraged; whenever possible, SIAM will make
decisions and notify applicants as the applications are received.

Note from the Editor:

Man Kwong and Gilbert Strang are organizing a minisymposium on wavelets
and signal processing at this meeting. The program is:

G. Strang, MIT:
Matrix theory for filter banks and wavelets.

M. K. Kwong, Argonne National Laboratory:
W-transforms and image processing

W. Sweldens, Univ. South Carolina:
Second generation wavelets and signal processing.

H. G. Feichtinger, Universitaet Wien, Austria:
Efficient algorithms for coheren non-orthogonal expansions.

P. Flandrin:
Ecole Superieure de Lyon, France: Time frequency analysis of images.

C. Heil: Georgia Tech:
Existence and uniqueness for matrix refinement.
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