Papers for the Proceedings: PROCEEDINGS (in a book form) of only refereed papers (up to 8 pages for contributed talks and up to 12 pages for key lectures) will be published in a book of Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science(see e.g., Lecture notes in computer science, v. 9045, 2015, Finite Difference methods, Theory and Applications: 6th International Conference, FDM 2014, Lozenetz, Bulgaria, June 18-23, 2014,
Revised selected papers,Eds. Ivan Dimov; I Faragó; Lubin Vulkov). Each paper publication must be covered by separate registration fee.
The main tracks of the conference are planned to be: Validation of finite difference methods for solving problems of mathematical physics; Combined finite difference and finite element methods;Iterative methods and parallel algorithms for solving grid equations; Finite difference methods for nonlinear problems; Inverse problems and problems of control; Finite difference methods in fluid and continuum mechanics; Numerical methods in stochastics; Applications of difference methods to engineering problems, biology, economics, etc.
Organizing Committee: L. Vulkov (Chairman), I. Angelova, T. Chernogorova, Y. Dimitrov, M. Koleva, R. Valkov.
Scientific Committee: A. Alikhanov (Russia), C. Cuevas (Brazil), I.T. Dimov (Bulgaria), M. Ehrhardt (Germany), I. Farago (Hungary), M.J. Gander (Switzerland), Lazarov (USA), P.Matus (Belarus), Nefedov (Russia), V. Shidurov (Russia), G. Shishkin (Russia), M. Stynes (China), P. Vabishchevich (Russia), S. Wang (Australia), L. Zikatanov (USA).
The Programme of the Conference includes plenary lectures (45 min), invited lectures (45 min), reports at sessions (20 min), special sessions (20 min), poster session.
Papers for the Proceedings: Proceedings (in a book form) of only refereed papers (up to 8 pages for contributed talks and up to 12 pages for key lectures) will be published in a book by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in Computer Science as previous conferences. Each paper publication must be covered by separate registration fee.
The revised selected papers will be published as post-proceedings in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer
S. Barbeiro (Portugal), S. Bordas (Luxembourg), J. Chaskalovic (France), B. Despres (France), I.T. Dimov (Bulgaria), M. Ehrhardt (Germany), I. Farago (Hungary), J.A. Ferreira (Portugal), M.J. Gander (Switzerland), J. Geiser (Germany), K. in’tHout (Belgium), S.I. Kabanikhin (Russia), O. Lafitee (France), R. Lazarov (USA), CP. Li (China), A. Lipanov (Russia), V. Shidurov (Russia), G. Shishkin (Russia), M. Stynes (China), P. Vabishchevich (Russia), M. Vohralik (France), S. Wang (Australia), H.C. Yee (USA), H. Yoshioka (Japan), S.-P. Zhu (Australia).
The main tracks of the conference are planned to be
Novel methods in computational finance by M. Ehrhardt, C. Mishra, S. Wang
Advanced numerical and applied studies of inverse problems by S.I. Kabanikhin
Numerical methods for fractional-derivative problems and applications by A. Alikhanov, R. Lazarov, M. Stynes
Markov models and their applications by R. Georgieva, I.T. Dimov, A. Sipin, A. Zeifman
Meshfree Generalized Finite Difference Methods: From Theory to Applications by I. Michel
Reliable difference methods for singularly perturbed problems by G. Shishkin, L. Shishkina
Conservative Difference Schemes: Theory and Applications by E.G. Nikonov
Numerical Methods for Solving the Equations of Hydrodynamics in the Study of Turbulent Flow by A. Lipanov
Iterative schemes for solving nonlinear models by M.P. Vassileva, A. Cordero, J.R. Torregrosa
Finite differences methods in life sciences by G. Pena, J. A. Ferreira
Splitting methods for multicomponent and multiscale problems: theory and applications by G. Geiser