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Geza Seriani
Geza Seriani
07:45 Mar-25-1998
ICTCA99

This is for announcing the:


ICTCA '99

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON
THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL ACOUSTICS
(Stazione Marittima, Trieste, Italy, May 10-14, 1999)


The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for active
researchers in academia and industry and of varying backgrounds
to discuss the state-of-the-art developments and results
in theoretical and computational acoustics and related topics.
Papers presented at the meeting will cover acoustical problems
of common interest across disciplines and their accurate
mathematical and numerical modelling .

CONFERENCE TOPICS:
The topics of the conference will include, but are not limited to:

- Computational aero-, seismo-, and ocean-acoustics; hydro-acoustics,
bio-engineering acoustics, non-linear acoustics, structural acoustics;
- Multidimensional wave propagation modelling: grid methods (spectral, FD,
FEM, FV, BIE, BEM, etc), particle and meshless methods, ray techniques,
symbolic methods, ODE methods;
- Solution methods for large-scale problems (iterative solvers for
indefinite systems, multi-frequency methods, etc.);
- Supercomputing and parallel methods;
- Exterior problems: local and global radiation boundary conditions,
infinite elements, absorbing layers;
- Wave propagation in bore-holes, rocks, fluid-solid interfaces,
anisotropic media, viscoelastic, porous and fractured media, as well as
in random media;
- Ultrasonic wave propagation and nondestructive testing;
- Engineering and Computational seismology;
- Shallow water acoustics and environmental/bottom parameter extraction;
- Random Wave Fields and Ambient Noise;
- Global acoustics and large-scale monitoring;
- Inverse scattering problems;
-Acoustic tomography and full-field inversion;
- Optimization in acoustics;
- Real applications, case histories, and data compression.

SPONSORS:
Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale di Trieste (Italy); Charles University
of Prague (Czech Republic); Roma Tre University (Italy); DAMTP University
of Cambridge (UK); IACM Foundation for Research & Technology (Crete, Greece);
Tel Aviv University (Israel); Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
(Israel); Yale University (USA); Columbia University (USA); Boston University
(USA); University of Colorado (USA); Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
University of California (USA); U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Division (NUWC); U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR); U.S. Naval Research
Laboratory (NRL); NATO SACLANT, Undersea Research Center (Italy);
STATOIL (Norway).

HOSTING INSTITUTION:
Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale di Trieste (Italy).

CONFERENCE OFFICE& CONTACT ADDRESSES:
Angela Marchetto
Conference Secretariat, ICTCA'99
Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale Phone: ( +39 40 ) 2140339
P.O. Box 2011 - Opicina Fax: ( +39 40 ) 327040 / 327307
34016 Trieste, Italy E-mail: ictca99@ogs.trieste.it

For more information contact, by electronic or regular mail, the
conference office requesting to be included on the ICTCA'99 mailing list
or turn to WWW Home Page at URL: http://www.ogs.trieste.it/ictca99

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER
October 5, 1998 - Deadline for submission of special session proposals
and speakers abstracts and of regular paper abstracts.
December 4, 1998 - Notification of acceptance of special session proposals
and of regular papers.
May 10-14, 1999 - ICTCA'99 Conference.
June 15, 1999 - Submission of final papers forproceedings.

Details will be posted, as they become available, at the web site.


PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION FORM:

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For obtaining a copy of the agenda brochure, fill out the registration
form below and return to ICTCA'99 secretariat.
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ICTCA'99

4th International Conference
on
Theoretical and Computational Acoustics
(Stazione Marittima, Trieste, Italy, May 10-14, 1999)


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N.B.: The Final Registration Form will be sent to all pre-registered
participants by January 1999.

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