|Organizers:||Jens Starke (Uni Heidelberg)|
|Jürgen Vollmer (MPI Mainz)|
|Scientific host:||Roland Eils (DKFZ Heidelberg)|
Dynamics Days Europe is a major international conference with a long tradition aimed at covering the entire field of dynamics and nonlinearity. The XXIInd event in this tradition will take place in Heidelberg.
|Computational Physics||Dynamical Systems|
|Engineering and Optimization||Fluid Dynamics|
|Life Sciences||Patterns and Waves|
|Nonlinear Quantum Dynamics||Statistical Physics|
|Stochastics and Applications||Structured Devices|
Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ)
Im Neuenheimer Feld 280
How to get to the DKFZ: From the train station, you may
use tram no. 1 or 4 (direction to Technologiepark or Handschuhsheim) to
the stop "Jahnstraße" (2 stops) and then walk about 5 minutes to
the west. From the city center ("Bismarckplatz"), the fastest transfer
is by bus no. 33 (direction Sportzentrum Nord) to "Chirurgische Klinik"
close to the DKFZ.
| ||until May 15||after May 15|
|Students (incl. PhD students)||150,- EUR||200,- EUR|
|Regular (non-industrial participants)||250,- EUR||300,- EUR|
|Industry||350,- EUR||400,- EUR|
The fees cover access to the scientific sessions, the book of abstracts,
coffee breaks and one buffet.
The fee is to be paid in cash in EURO upon arrival at the conference. Students are asked to present their student ID.
Cancellation is possible until May 15, 2002 by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please use the remark field of the electronic abstract submission form to apply for reduced fees, and grants for travel and local expenses. The applications will be reviewed together with the contributions to the conference, such that promises for financial support can be sent out in late April and beginning of May together with the notification of the acceptance of contributed talks and posters.
|Abstracts:||March 31, 2002|
|Acceptance:||May 1, 2002|
|Registration:||May 15, 2002|
The easiest way of booking an accommodation is via the
Convention and Visitors Bureau in Heidelberg where we hold a special
pre-reservation of a larger amount of rooms. The link for the registration form will be available until mid March.
If you prefer to make a reservation by yourself, here we list
some useful links:
We recommend to make reservations for accommodation as soon as possible,
because Heidelberg is a highly frequented tourist town.
Dynamics Days Europe 2002
c/o Dr. Jens Starke
University of Heidelberg
Institute of Applied Mathematics
Im Neuenheimer Feld 294
D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany
Fax: +49 6221 54 8652 or -5331
If you prefer to make a reservation by yourself, here we list some useful links:
We recommend to make reservations for accommodation as soon as possible, because Heidelberg is a highly frequented tourist town.
|Sonderforschungsbereich 359: Reactive Flows, Diffusion and Transport (Heidelberg)|
|European Physical Society|
|Heraeus Stiftung (Hanau) in cooperation with the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft|
|German Cancer Research Center (Heidelberg)|
|Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research (Mainz)|
|Megware Computer (Chemnitz)|