The internationally recognized MAFELAP conferences have been run by BICOM at Brunel University at three year intervals since 1972. In these conferences exposure is given to research on the theory and practical application of finite element methods.
The eleventh conference on the Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications will be held at Brunel University during
The conference will begin at 10.00 am on Saturday, 21 June and will end mid-afternoon on Tuesday 24 June. The aim will again be to bring together workers from different disciplines whose common interest is finite element methods, and to promote wider awareness throughout the finite element community of the latest developments in the field.
General information is available here: PDF, PostScript or Word.
The conference programme is available in PDF or PostScript format.
MAFELAP 2003 will consist of:
Please register by completing and returning to us (by fax or post) this form: PDF, PostScript or Word.
In addition to the invited lectures, the programme will contain lectures in parallel sessions, sessions of poster papers and mini-symposia.
PLEASE NOTE: during the conference all lecture theatres will be equipped with an overhead projector, pens and spare transparencies. If you have any additional requirements please fill out and return to us the following form: PDF, PostScript or Word.
Anyone wishing to organise a mini-symposium is requested to contact the MAFELAP Secretary as soon as possible at email@example.com, or:
Anyone who wishes to present either a lecture in a parallel session or a poster paper is asked to submit an abstract as soon as possible. The conference organisers will make every effort to associate talks with suitable mini-symposia.
These can be found here.
Another feature of MAFELAP 2003 will be the Isaac Newton Institute
Mini-symposium which will run throughout the conference and is a
satellite event of the Newton Institute Programme:
Challenges in Partial
Differential Equations (20 January - 4 July, 2003).
for further details of the
INI programme see http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/programs/CPD.