Novel models in science and engineering are governed by nonlinear integro-differential equations with increasing complexity which demand innovative techniques in both analysis and computation, such as adaptivity, fast methods and preconditioning, and structure preserving algorithms. Areas of special interest include complex fluids and new materials, electromagnetism and wave propagation, uncertainty quantification, and fractional PDEs, among others.
This minisymposium intends to gather world experts and young researchers in analysis and computation of PDE to discuss the most recent progress in this exciting field as well as future directions for research.
Ricardo H. Nochetto, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Zhiming Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Chensong Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Participants and Talks:
Thursday 13:30-15:30 (MS-Th-D-25), Room 210A:
Thursday 16:00-18:00 (MS-Th-E-25), Room 210A:
Friday 13:30-15:30 (MS-Fr-D-25), Room 210A:
Friday 16:00-18:00 (MS-Fr-E-25), Room 210A:
• ICIAM2015 Congress: August 10 - 14, 2015
§ Submission of abstracts: April 08, 2015
• Conference Registration
§ Early bird registration: January 1 - April 30, 2015
§ Regular registration: May 1 - July 15, 2015
§ Late & On-site registration: July 16 - August 10, 2015
§ Hotel registration opens: January 1, 2015
§ Hotel registration closes: June 30, 2015
Passports, valid for at least 6 months from the entry into China, and entry visas are required to visit China. Participants are advised to consult the nearest Chinese diplomatic mission for details. Please visit the Chinese Embassy Official Website: www.visaforchina.org for more information about the Chinese Embassy close to your location.
A single entry visa is valid for three months from the date it is issued. Participants need to provide the following information: nationality, passport number, expiry date of passport, expected date of arrival, expected date of departure, place of entry into China. These details are needed to issue the Invitation Letter of Duly Authorized Unit that you will require to apply for a visa.
Alternatively, participants may ask their travel agent to arrange their travel to China and to obtain a tourist visa for them, irrespective of whether or not they have registered with the Congress Secretariat.
Once in China, participants are advised to carry their passport with them at all times because it may be needed to check into hotels, book airline tickets, and change money. Participants who hold either a Singapore passport or a Japanese passport do not require a visa unless they plan to stay in China for longer than 15 days.
Please note that the above information is not applicable to Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan residents, who MUST instead carry a valid Chinese Mainland Travel Permit.
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Beijing Capital Airport–China National Convention Center
1. By taxi.
Please show the ‘Taxi slip’ to the taxi driver
2. By airport shuttle.
From the airport, take the shuttle bus Line 5 to Zhongguancun (Fourth Bridge) and get off at Huixin West Street station. Change onto bus No. 419 to Wali South station. Then walk towards the south for about 400 meters to the China National Convention Center. More details may be found at
3. By subway.
From the airport, take the Airport Express. Change to subway Line 10 (towards Taiyanggong and Xiju) at Sanyuanqiao transfer station, then change to subway Line 8 at Beitucheng transfer station, and get off at the Olympic Park station. Leave the station by Exit E and walk towards the west for about 50 meters to the China National Convention Center. More details may be found at
In case of emergency or special needs, contact: Chensong Zhang
Cell phone: +86-135-2040-7990