Mathematics and Engineering in Marine and Earth Problems Conference call

[The Organizing Committee of MEME'2014] kindly call for your participation in the International Conference "Mathematics and Engineering in Marine and Earth Problems" - MEME'2014, which will be held at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, on July 22-25, 2014. Further details are available at the website

Multidisciplinary collaboration is becoming, more than ever, a fundamental tool to push the progress of scientific research and development. The main goal of MEME'2014 is to provide a multidisciplinary forum where mathematicians, engineers, and other scientists can engage and discuss methods which are behind the modeling of problems and phenomena in the Earth and the Ocean.

MATHEMATICIANS: may take notice and contribute to the enhancement of the mathematical models and tools used in problems of other sciences, which are motivated by real applications.

ENGINEERS / OTHER SCIENTISTS: may discuss their open problems and approaches with experts.

The Conference is organized around the following (theoretical) domains:

- PDEs, Boundary Value Problems, Scattering, and Inverse Problems

- Big Data, Simulation, and Data Mining

- ODEs, Dynamical Systems, Control, and Optimization

- Stochastic and Statistics Analysis with applications to the following areas (but not limited to):

- Climate, hurricanes, and extreme weather events

- Currents, waves, and ocean energy

- Geological processes and geo-hazards

- Geological storage of CO2, natural gas and hazardous materials

- Hydrogeology and fluid dynamics

- Evolutionary ecology

- Population dynamics and models of extinction

- Exploitation of sea-floor resources and unconventional fossil fuels

- Navigation of underwater robotic vehicles

- Underwater communications

- Earth-Ocean sensor networks

Extended abstract submission: June 8, 2014

Paper submission: (after the conference, please see the website)


Hoping to welcome you in Aveiro,

The Organizing Committee of MEME'2014


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