12th ERCIM Working Group Environmental Modelling Workshop
Environmental Modelling: Current trends and developments
24, 27 May 2004, Aldemar Knossos Royal Village Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece
Dr. Nikolaos A. Kampanis, Institute
of Applied & Computational Mathematics, FORTH, Crete, Greece.
Scope of the Workshop
The scope of the 12th workshop of the ERCIM Working Group Environmental Modelling is to assemble the members of the group and any interested scientist from engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, physics or other specialization involved in environmental modelling, to present their research work and discuss on the current trends and developments of the field.
The topics of the workshop include:
- ·Data and image processing
- Geographic information and decision support systems
- Grid computing
- Information technologies
- Numerical methods
- Remote sensing
- Risk management
- Simulation techniques
The workshop is organized by the Institute of Applied & Computational Mathematics, FORTH.
People interested to participate to the 12th ERCIM WG Environmental
Modelling workshop have to visit the web page of the ERCIM
Meetings-Crete 2004, which is the main event under which the workshop
of the group will be held. A registration form should be filled for
the central organizers, indicating the particular workshop and any other
events and meetings they indent to attend. Accommodation arrangement
is also possible through the same page.
A copy of the registration form or a separate notice indicating your intention to participate to the 12th ERCIM WG Environmental Modelling workshop should be also addressed to email@example.com.
Submission of Abstracts
Speakers should send an abstract (including the title to be announced, authors, speaker and duration) of their presentation by eMail to firstname.lastname@example.org by May, the 10th. This deadline should not be exceeded so that the program of the workshop will be ready and available by May, the 17th.
It is indented that the papers which will be presented at the workshop will be subsequently published in a special issue of the journal Systems Analysis Modelling Simulation, Taylor & Francis Group. Authors will be notified later for the deadline for submission and the number of pages for the full paper.
Monday, 24 May (Start time:10:00)
- S. Lambert: Challenges for data mining of sensor data in anaerobic wastewater treatment
- C. Koutitas: An SPH Type model for 2-phase flow generated by an air bubble curtain for the aeration of water
- R. San Jose: Micro-scale air quality modeling system (MICROSYS) for urban applications with building structures: Madrid case study
- I. Herlin & J. P. Berroir (INRIA): Motion Analysis on Satellite Images Accounting for Physical Information
- F. Dabaghi:Numerical modelling and analysis of water free surface flows
- F. Dabaghi:An
adaptive web integrated information system for water resources modelling
Thursday, 27 May (Start time: 10:30)
- F. Sturm: Ambient noise prediction in a 3D variable sea environment using paraxial approximations of the reduced wave equation
- E. Flouri: Noise Prediction in 3D Sea Environment Using a Finite Difference Model with Totally Transparent Boundary Conditions
- I. Toulopoulos: Aeroacoustic Predictions Using Discontinuous Galerkin Approximations of the Euler Equations
- N. Chrysoulakis: The use of ASTER imagery in GIS-based Watershed Analysis at Mediterranean Islands
- D. Christakis: On the Consequences of the Environment Definition on the Engineering Practice Sustainability
- K. Strataridakis (Region of Crete): Environmental and Sustainability Observatory Center for the Region of Crete (ENVISUS)
- Round Table: Discussion and Future Planning
The European Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics is an organization dedicated to the advancement of European Research and development in the areas of information technology and applied mathematics. ERCIM aims to foster collaborative work within the European research community and to increase co-operation with European Industry. Leading research establishments from fourteen European countries are members of ERCIM.
The purpose of an ERCIM working group is to build and maintain a network of ERCIM researchers in a particular scientific field. A working group is open to anybody affiliated with an ERCIM institute that has decided to participate in the working group. The activities of a working group can be subdivided into three areas: workshops, project proposals, mobility and fellows. Workshops are open to any researcher in the field.