This conference is sixth in a series. The first meeting (Jun24-28,1996) attracted over 80 participants from more than 22 countries. Among them there were 24 participants from Bulgaria and 20 participants from the remaining Eastern European countries. In this way the meeting facilitated an exchange of ideas between East and West. The refereed Proceedings were published by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (LNCS)(vol.1196). The second one (June 11-15,2000) attracted over 100 participants from more than 23 countries, among them there were 21 participants from Bulgaria and 22 participants from the remaining Eastern European countries. The third one (June 29-July3,2004, LNCS, vol.3401), the fourth one (June 29-July 3,2008, LNCS, vol.5434 ) and the fifth one (June 15-20,2012, LNCS, vol.8236) were held with the same success.
Organizing Committee: L. Vulkov (Chairman), I. Angelova, T. Chernogorova, Y. Dimitrov, M. Koleva, W. Mudzimbabwe, R. Valkov.
The Programme of the Conference includes plenary lectures, invited lectures, reports at sessions, Minisymposia.
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 LNCS as previous conferences. Each paper publication must be covered by separate registration fee.
I.Arregui (Spain), L.Badea (Romania), C.Christara (Canada), I.Dimov (Bulgaria), I.Farago (Hungary), B.S.Jovanovic (Serbia), M.Gander (Switzerland), F.Gaspar (Spain), A.Khaliq (USA), N.Kopteva (Ireland), R.Lazarov (USA), Y.Lin (Canada), F.Liu (Australia), P.Matus (Belarus), G.Milovanovic (Serbia), B.Popov (USA), M.Razzaghi (USA), V.Shidurov (Russia), G.Shishkin (Russia), M.Stynes (China), Z.Sun (China), P.Vabishchevich (Russia), S.Wang (Australia), L.Zikatanov (USA), S.-P.Zhu (Australia)
The main tracks of the conference are planned to be
Numerical Approximation and Computational Geometry
Numerical Linear Algebra and Numerical Solution of Transcendental Equations
Numerical Methods for