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Meeting: Fractals in Engineering, Delft
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#17 Meeting: Fractals in Engineering, Delft




June 14-16 1999, Delft, The Netherlands


The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers working in
all areas of fractal analysis. The scope encompasses recent
theoretical advances as well as industrial applications. The first
symposia (June 3-5, 1992, and June 1-4, 1994, in Montreal, June 25-27,
1997 in Arcachon, France) were most successful in stimulating
relations between the academic and private sectors. We hope to renew
this experience with the fourth issue held in the Netherlands.


Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to :

- Dimension theory
- Multifractal Analysis
- IFS theory
- Harmonic Analysis on Fractals
- Dynamical systems
- Wavelet and Fractals
- Stochastic Analysis on Fractals

- Signal Processing
- Image Processing
- Finance
- Fractal-Wave Interactions
- Computer Networks Traffic Analysis
- Processes on Fractal Surfaces
- Mechanical Aspect of Fractals


Two thematic sessions are scheduled per day. Each will be introduced
by an invited lecture with a didactic approach allowing a formal
introduction for non-specialists.

Several 25-minutes periods of contributed talks will follow.
Poster sessions will be organized.

Scientific Committee

Michel DEKKING (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands),
Jacques LÉVY VÉHEL (INRIA Rocquencourt, France),
Evelyne LUTTON (INRIA Rocquencourt, France),
Claude TRICOT (Université de Clermont-Fd, France).

Honorary Chairman

Benoit B. MANDELBROT (Yale University, USA),

Program committee (preliminary)

Mitzi ADAMS (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, USA),
Pierre ADLER (IPGP, Paris, France),
Albert BENASSI (Université de Clermont-Fd, France),
Serge COHEN (Université Versailles-St-Quentin en Y., France),
Marc-Olivier COPPENS (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands),
Michel GERSPACHER (SID Richardson Carbon Co., USA),
Michel GUGLIELMI (IrCyn, Ecole Centrale Nantes, France),
Stephane JAFFARD (Ecole Normale Superieure, France),
Dwight L. JAGGARD (University of Pennsylvania, USA),
James MARTIN (Sandia Lab, USA),
Ilkka NORROS (VTT Telecommunications, Finland),
Dietmar SAUPE (Universit"at Leipzig, Germany),
Zbigniew R. STRUZIK (CWI, The Netherlands),
Eric TOSAN (Université Lyon I, France),
Edward VRSCAY (University of Waterloo),
Christian WALTER (Coopers & Lybrand, France).

Invited speakers (preliminary)

Kenneth J. FALCONER (University of St. Andrews, Scotland),
Patrick FLANDRIN (ENS Lyon, France),
Massimiliano GIONA (Universita di Cagliari,Italy),
Bernard SAPOVAL (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France).

Local Organization :

Annick THEIS-VIEMONT (INRIA Rocquencourt, France),
Marie-Claude SANCE (INRIA Rocquencourt, France).

Conference Secretariat

INRIA Rocquencourt,
Relations Extérieures, Bureau des cours et colloques
B.P. 105 78153 LE CHESNAY Cedex, France
Tel : +33 1 39 63 56 00
Fax : +33 1 39 63 56 38
Email :

Call for communications

Anyone involved with fractal analysis and/or applications in
engineering or applied sciences, and interested in giving a talk or
presenting a poster is welcome to submit 4 copies of a full paper
(maximum 15 A4 pages) to the conference secretariat.
Electronic submissions are welcome (e-mail :


All selected papers (oral and poster presentation) will be included in
the FE99 conference proceedings, a selection of papers will be
considered (additional review process) for publication in a Springer
Verlag book.


Deadline for reception of papers : November 30th, 1998
Notification of acceptance : January 31th, 1999
Deadline for reception of final papers : March 15th, 1999


A Web site is available providing the most recent
information about the conference :
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