

First
Announcement and Call for Papers 
The 10th International Workshop in Computer Algebra in Scientific
Computing, CASC 2007, will be held in the city of Bonn, Germany,
in
September 1620, 2007.
The methods of Scientific Computing play an important role in
research and
engineering
applications in the natural and the engineering sciences. The
significance and impact of computer algebra methods and
computer algebra
systems for scientific computing has increased considerably
in recent
times.
Nowadays, such generalpurpose computer algebra systems as Maple,
Magma, Mathematica, MuPAD, Singular, CoCoA and
others enable their users
to solve the following three important tasks within a uniform
framework:
(a) symbolic manipulation
(b) numerical computation
(c) visualization
The ongoing development of such systems, including their
integration and
adaptation to modern software environments, puts them to the
forefront in
scientific computing and enables the practical solution of
many complex
applied
problems in the domains of natural sciences and engineering.
The topics addressed in the workshop cover all the basic
areas of
scientific computing as they benefit from the application of
computer
algebra methods and software:
1. exact
and approximate computation
2.
numerical simulation using computer algebra systems
3.
parallel symbolicnumeric computation
4.
problemsolving environments
5.
Internet accessible symbolic and numeric computation
6.
symbolicnumeric methods for differential, differentialalgebraic,
and
difference equations
7.
algebraic methods in geometric modeling
8.
algebraic methods for nonlinear polynomial equations and inequalities
9.
symbolic and numerical computation in systems engineering and modeling
10. algorithmic and complexity considerations in computer
algebra
11. computer algebra in industry
12. computer algebra in nanotechnology
13.
solving problems in the natural sciences
14. automatic reasoning in algebra and geometry
The workshop is intended to provide a forum for researchers
and engineers
in the fields of mathematics, computer science, numerical
analysis, and
industry, to interact and
exchange ideas. An important goal of the
workshop is to bring together all these specialists for the
purpose of
fostering progress on current questions and problems in
advanced
scientific computing.

Program
Comittee 
Organizing
Committee 
Workshop General Chairs 
Workshop General Organizing
Committee 
Vladimir P. Gerdt (Dubna) 
Werner Meixner (Munich, chair) 
Ernst W. Mayr (Munich) 
Annelies Schmidt (Munich,
secretary) 
Program Committee 
Email: casc2007@in.tum.de 
Alkis Akritas (Volos) 

Gerd Baumann (Cairo) 
Local Organization (University
of Bonn) 
HansJoachim Bungartz (Munich) 
Andreas Weber (Computer Science Department) 
Andreas Dolzmann (Passau) 
Joachim von zur Gathen (BIT) 
Victor Edneral (Moscow) 

M’hammed El Kahoui (Marrakech) 

Ioannis Z. Emiris (Athens) 

Victor Ganzha (Munich, cochair) 

Evgenii Grebenikov (Moscow) 

Jaime Gutierrez (Santander) 

Robert Kragler (Weingarten) 

Richard Liska (Prague) 

Bernard Mourrain (Spophia Antipolis) 

Eugenio RoanesLozano (Madrid) 

Yosuke Sato (Tokyo) 

Werner Seiler (Kassel) 

Doru Stefanescu (Bucharest) 

Stanly Steinberg (Albuquerque) 

Serguei P. Trasev (Krasnoyarsk) 

Evgenii Vorozhtsov (Novosibirsk,
cochair) 

Andreas Weber (Bonn) 

Song Yan (Coventry) 

Important
Dates 

Submission of full paper: 
April 15, 2007

Notification of
acceptance: 
June 15, 2007

Deadline for registration: 
August 15, 2007


