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16th International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering

13 -17 July, 2020

St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia









16th International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering will be held on July 13-17, 2020 at the St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS. Co-organisers: Euler International Mathematical Institute and Saint Petersburg State University.

IMSE 2020 will provide an international forum for communicating recent advances in research work that promotes the link between mathematics and the applied sciences and engineering. Thus, the scope of the conference addresses both academic and industrial interests. Participation is open to all scientists and engineers whose work makes use of analytic and numerical methods, integral equations, ordinary and partial differential equations, asymptotic and perturbation methods, boundary integral techniques, conservation laws, hybrid approaches, vortex methods, signal processing and image analysis.

The official language of the conference is English.

It is a biennial conference.
Previous Conferences

  • 1985 1990: Arlington, Texas, USA.
  • 1993: Sendai, Japan.
  • 1996: Oulu, Finland.
  • 1998: Houghton, Michigan, USA.
  • 2000: Banff, Canada.
  • 2002: Saint-Etienne, France.
  • 2004: Orlando, Florida, USA.
  • 2006: Niagara Falls, Canada.
  • 2008: Santander, Spain.
  • 2010: Brighton, United Kingdom.
  • 2012: Bento Goncalves (RS), Brazil
  • 2014: Karlsruhe, Germany
  • 2016: Padova, Italy
  • 2018: Brighton, United Kingdom.
  • Websites of previous conferences
  • http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/imse2018/
  • http://events.math.unipd.it/imse2016/
  • http://imse2014.math.kit.edu/
  • https://sites.google.com/site/imse2012/
  • https://www.imse08.unican.es/


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