Abstract Submission is now CLOSED.
emac2013 uses the EasyChair free conference management system for abstract submissions only. To access the emac2013 abstract submission web site, you should first obtain an EasyChair account.
Abstracts should be written in plain English sentences, no mathematical symbols, no formulas please and no references. The length should be about 200 words, with a limit of 300 words.
- The abstract should clearly specify the contribution, to give a good idea of its content, character and to indicate in which respect it is original and why it is interesting and important. (Too short and/or vague abstracts can be returned to the authors with a request to amend them.)
Do not upload your full paper on the EasyChair website. A refereed proceedings will be published after the conference in the Electronic Supplement of the ANZIAM Journal. This will be subject to the usual rigorous ANZIAM J. refereeing process.
All abstracts will be reviewed by the emac2013 Program Committee and an acceptance notification will be sent to the corresponding author.
Please note that acceptance is for presentation: the full paper is to be submitted after the conference for a full refereeing process. Do not upload your full paper on the EasyChair website; this is for abstract submissions only.
At the conference, presenters are required to leave adequate time for discussion, and are expected to take account of questions and comments in the preparation of the version of their paper that is submitted for refereeing. In order to meet the deadline for full paper submission, (early January 2014), authors are strongly advised to have a draft paper prepared by the time of the conference. Papers accepted for publication must be prepared using LaTeX for final submission.
Topics for emac2013 include, but are not limited to:
- Chemical engineering
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Differential equations
- Dynamical systems
- Engineering mathematics
- Engineering mathematics education
- Financial engineering
- Integer programming and production planning
- Mathematical biology
- Non-linear systems
- Operations research
- Stochastic and statistical modelling