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Meeting: Workshop on Scientific Computing 97

Workshop on Scientific Computing 97
Hong Kong
March 10-12, 1997
First Announcement and Call for Paper

OBJECTIVE:
This three-day workshop is the sequel to the series of workshops on
Scientific Computing that were held in Hong Kong in the past few years.
It aims to promote research interest in scientific computation for
local mathematicians and engineers and to foster contacts and exchanges
with experts from other parts of the world. This year the workshop will
feature a special session on modern methods in scientific computing
relevant to digital signal and image processing.

WORKSHOP THEMES:
Numerical linear algebra, Signal and image processing, Optimization,
Least square, CAGD, Control, and Statistical computing.

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER:
Gene Golub (Stanford University, USA)

INVITED SPEAKERS:
Richard Bartels (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Ake Bjorck (Linkoping University, Sweden)
Daniel Boley (University of Minnesota, USA)
Richard Brent (Australian National University, Australia)
Da-yong Cai (Tsinghua University, China)
Tony Chan (UCLA, USA)
Walter Gander (ETH Zuerich, Switerzland)
Frank Luk (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Roy Pike (London University, UK)
Robert Plemmons (Wake Forest University, USA)
Michael Saunders (Stanford University, USA)
Werner Stuetzle (University of Washington, USA)
Ji-gunng Sun (Umea University, Sweden)
Paul Vandooren (U. Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Curtis Vogel (Montana State University, USA)

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Lester Liu, City University of Hong Kong
Shiu-hong Lui, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Tsi-min Shih, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Tao Tang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chong Sze Tong, Hong Kong Baptist University
Wei-min Xue (Chairman), Hong Kong Baptist University
Siu-pang Yun, University of Hong Kong

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
Raymond Chan (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Frank Luk (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Robert Plemmons (Wake Forest University, USA)

Abstracts of contributed papers should be sent by Oct. 15, 1996 to:
Dr. Wei-min Xue
Dept. of Mathematics
Hong Kong Baptist University
224 Waterloo Rd, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
E-mail: wsc97@sci.hkbu.edu.hk

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:
Oct. 15, 96 Deadline for submitting abstract,
Nov. 30, 96 Deadline for submitting full paper,
Dec. 31, 96 Notification of acceptance,
Jan. 10, 97 Deadline for early registration,
Feb. 10, 97 2nd announcement.

ORGANIZED AND SPONSORED BY:
Dept. of Math., Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dept. of Math., City University of Hong Kong
Dept. of Math., Hong Kong Baptist University
Dept. of Math., Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Dept. of Appl. Math., Polytechnic University of Hong Kong
Dept. of Math., University of Hong Kong

SPECIAL EVENT:
There will be a banquet on March 12, 1997 to celebrate the
65th birthday of Professor Gene Golub.

REGISTRATION:
Registration form can be obtained from Dr. W.M. Xue (address above)
or via internet at http://www.math.hkbu.edu.hk/wsc/reg97.html.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
WSC97: http://www.math.hkbu.edu.hk/wsc/wsc97.html
Hotel: http://www.ims.cuhk.edu.hk

THE CITY OF HONG KONG:
The territory of Hong Kong covers approximately 1,000 square kilometers
and comprises of Hong Kong island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New
Territories, and around 400 outlying islands. It has a population
of more than six million people, 98%of whom are Chinese. In March,
the weather is mild, sunny and with average temperature ranging
from 10C to 20C. The year 1997 is a historical landmark for Hong
Kong, as it approaches the imminent return to China. Come and feel
the excitement in this dynamic city.
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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