3rd Symposium on Trends in Unstructured Mesh Generation

Owen, Steven James sjowen at sandia.gov
Wed Jan 3 19:07:32 PST 2001

Call for Abstracts
Sixth US National Congress on Computational Mechanics
3rd Symposium on Unstructured Mesh Generation
Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Dearborn Michigan
August 1-4, 2001

Abstracts are invited dealing with all aspects of unstructured mesh 
generation, including, but not limited to the following: 
  * Surface and volume meshing algorithms
  * Mesh improvements criteria and algorithms
  * Mesh adaptation algorithms
  * Anisotropic mesh generation and adaptation
  * Dealing with geometry issues including integration with CAD 
    and high order elements 
  * Mesh evolution in evolving geometry problems 
  * Automatic geometric simplification techniques 
  * Interesting applications of automated and adaptive analysis 
  * Novel new domain discretization schemes 
  * Parallel implementations and control of very large meshes 

Abstracts are required for the conference and will be included in the 
conference proceedings. Abstracts should be plain text and should be 
less than 500 words. Submit a one page electronic version of your 
abstract by January 31, 2001 to Professor Mark S. Shephard, 
shephard at scorec.rpi.edu. Authors will be notified of acceptance by 
March 15, 2001. 

For inclusion in this symposium, full-length papers (in addition to the 
abstract) are requested, but not required. While the conference 
proceedings will only contain abstracts, a collection of the final 
papers are planned to be combined into a special edition of the 
journal, Engineering With Computers All papers must be submitted by 
July 15, 2001. 

For further information on the symposium and conference, visit the 
Symposium Web Page at


For questions, please contact one of the symposium organizers:
Mark Shephard (shephard at scorec.rpi.com)
Steven Owen   (sjowen at sandia.gov)
Sunil Saigal  (saigal at cmu.edu)
Kenji Shimada (shimada at cmu.edu)

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