2009 Computing & Technology Conferences Held in Eastern Europe

International Conference Computer Modelling and Simulation

Brno, Czech Republic
September 7 - 9, 2009
Professor Jeff Cash, Imperial College London, UK
Professor John Butcher, University of Auckland, NZ
Professor Rolf Jeltsch, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Khalid Al-Begain, University of Glamorgan, Uk
A conference dedicated to the exploration of modelling methods, tools, techniques, and simulations. Participants learned of their possible uses in education, games, business processes, and on the Internet.

Computer Graphics Computer Vision and Mathematics

Plzen, Czech Republic
September 2 - 4, 2009
Eckhard M. S. Hitzer, Fuku University, Japan
Werner Bengar, Louisiana State University, USA
Anthony Lasenby, Cambridge University, UK
Leo Dorst, University Amsterdam, Netherlands
An event held to promote the use of projective geometry, geometric algebra and conformal geometry in the fields of computer science. Discussions on algorithm and data structure, visualizations, and computer graphics were presented as areas of research.

4th IMACS Conference on Mathematics Modelling and Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering
Roznov Pod Radhostem, Czech Republic
June 22 - 26, 2009
O. Axelsson, Uppsala University, Sweden, and, The Institute of Geonics AS CR Ostrava, Czech Republic
A forum held to exchange ideas in mathematics modelling for the fields of geoscience and civil engineering. Two min-conferences were held to discuss the topics of Homogenerization and Multiscale Computing, and, Finite Difference Methods for Partial Differential Models.

First International Conference on Networked Digital Technologies (NDT 2009)
Ostrava, Czech Republic
July 29 - 31, 2009
The conference provided a forum to encourage the building of federated digital technologies that will enable the formation of digital technology networks. Topics of interest were information and data management, intelligent agent-based systems, cognitive and reactive distributed AI systems, Peer to peer social networks, and social networking.

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The International Conference: Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Topology
Ivan-Frankivsk, Ukraine
May 27 - June 1, 2009
R. Aron, Kent, USA
R. Cauty, Paris, France
O. Lopushansky, Rzeszow, Poland
V. V. Sharko, Kyiv, Ukraine
A conference organized by the Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics, and, The Institute of Mathematics of National Academy of Science. Several topics discussed during the conference were general topology, set theoretic topology, geometric and infinite dimensional topology.

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4th International Conference on Software and Data Technology
Sofia, Bulgaria
July 26 - 29, 2009
Role Wiring, University of Twente, Netherlands
Jorge Cardoso, SAP AG, Germany
Kecheng Liu, University of Reading, UK
Mihail Konstantinov, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Bulgaria
The conference informed users of current trends in information technology and software development as they relate to software engineering, software technology, data management, and knowledge based systems. Participants learned new problem solving skills and directions for systems, tools, and techniques in data technologies.

Algoritmy 2009 Conference on Scientific Computing
Podbanske, Slovakia
March 15 - 20, 2009
John W. Bartlett, Imperial College, UK
Vit Dolejsi, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
Daniel Kressner, ETH Germany
Georg CH Pffog, University of Vienna, Germany
A conference dedicated to the study of applied mathematics and methods as they relate to computer science and engineering. Speakers discussed the analysis, realization, and applications of computing for real world solutions.

Information Society 2009
Ljubljana, Slovenia
October 12 - 16, 2009
Professor Dr. Marko Bohanec
Professor Dr. Janez Malacic
Dr. Donja Mladenic
Dr. Andrey Brodnik
A set of multi-conferences held to make participants aware of the research and developments in science and computing. Individual conferences were held to discuss intelligent systems, cognitive sciences, data mining, cognitonics, robotics, and educations.

17th Conference on Applied and Industrial Mathematics
Constantza, Romania
September 17 - 20, 2009
Mitrofan M. Choban
Mirela Stefanescu
Dumitru Botnaru
Liubomie Chiriac
Ilie Burdujan
The conference was held by the Romanian Society of Applied and Industrial Mathematics (ROMAI). The organization champions the study of applied mathematics in the areas of research, academia and the economy. Plenary lectures discussed the topics of problem solving, modalities, and interdisciplinary uses of science and mathematics.
http://www.anmb.ro/ro/conferinte /caim2009/eng/index.htm

International Conference on New Technologies in Manufacturing
Galati, Romania
September 23 - 25, 2009
Hisashi Hayashi, RIKEN -V- CAD System Program Research
Hisashi Nishimura, The University of Tokyo Metropolitan
David Aitchison, Hadley Brooks, Joe Bain, and Dirk pons Nicolescu C M, Archenti A - Royal Institute of Technology - KTH Production Engineering, Sweden
NEWTECH 2009 focused on the latest in manufacturing processes and integrated systems that are implemented to stimulate economic growth. Some of the topics addressed were reconfigurable manufacturing, virtual manufacturing, high speed machining, and rapid prototyping technologies.

KEPT 2009 Conference
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
July 2 - 4, 2009
Professor D. Diana Inkpen, University of Ottawa, CA
Professor Dr. Epaminondas Pateptanios, University of Westminster, UK
Dr. Helmut Horacek, Saarland University, Germany
Professor Dr. Laszlo Boszormenyi and Professor Dr. Hermann Hellwagner, University of Klagenfurt Institute of Information Technology
A conference held to help participants increase their knowledge of engineering. Participants learned of intelligent tutoring systems, collective intelligence, nature inspired computing, distributed usage control, and modelling semantic knowledge.

Optima 2009 International Conference
Petrovac, Montenegro
September 21 - 25, 2009
K. K. Abgaryan, Dorodnicyn Computing Center, RAS
A. P. Abramov, Computing Center, RAS
O. V. Chepurnoi, Omsk State Technical University
A. A. Lazarev, Institute of Control Science, RAS
A conference held to explore mathematical programming, global optimization, game theory, and optimal control as they relate to the natural sciences and engineering.

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