PARALLEL
SESSIONS


For
each session, we ask the last speaker to chair the session. The first speaker
should chair the presentation of the last speaker.


Tuesday,
July 1

Room A  
12:30  14:00  Mathematics
1
T. de Alwis Families of plane curves with a constant arc length


S.
Welke
Stereographic projection of plane algebraic curves onto the sphere
Y. Tazawa Curves and surfaces in the threedimensional sphere placed in the space of quaternions


14:00  14:30  Coffee


14:30  16:00  Mathematics
2
B. Autin Genericity and set processing in Geometrica applied to parallel and paraxial lines in architecture and optics


N.
Glinos
Designing an algorithm for the series solution of nth order linear ODE's with polynomial coefficients


L.
S. Terreros
Solving linear differential system with singular points


16:00  16:30  Coffee


16:30  18:00  Mathematics
3
C. Ullrich, E. D. Popova, Y. Akyildiz Towards a more complete interval arithmetic in Mathematica
H. Evequoz Statistical analysis of results of an interlaboratory experiment


A.
Novikov, N. Kordzakhia
Stochastic and statistical analysis of longrange dependent processes with Mathematica 



Tuesday, July 1  Room
B


12:30  14:30  Computer
Science
V. Engelson, P. Fritzson, D. Fritzson Generating efficient 3D graphics animation code with OpenGL from object oriented models in Mathematica


P.
Fritzson
Static and strong typing extended Mathematica


C.
Jacob
Simulating evolution with Mathematica


K.
Sutner
Analyzing cellular automata


14:30  16:00  Economics
S. Chandler Modelling law: Using cellular automata to study legal regulation of conflicting land use


M.
HaDuong, P. Matarasso
An experience with Mathematica in the field of economics of the environment: on the representation of time and modelling tools


Y.
Itaya
Analyzing and simulating economic systems, with applications to urban economics


16:00  16:30  Coffee


16:30  18:00  M.
Guiducci, M. I. Loffredo
Time series analysis: Mandelbrot theory at work in economics


P.
Mitic
Symbolicnumeric option valuation 

J.
D. Montoro, J. V. Paz
Detecting macroeconomic chaos 
Thursday,
July 3

Room A  
9:30  11:00  Education
1
T. A. Matveyeva Practical mathematics by computer
M. Jankowski Signal processing with Mathematica: active learning in the engineering classroom


E.
Heinrich, H.D. Janetzko
How to teach the fundamental concepts of OOP to engineering students 

11:00  11:30  Coffee


11:30  13:00  Education
2
S. Kivelä Producing computerbased material for mathematics studies


R.
Nurmiainen
Computer exercices of basic courses in mathematics at Helsinki University of Technology


H.
Nishizawa, K. Nakayama, T. Kanaya
A remote tutoring system for algebra enhanced by Mathematica


13:00  14:30  Lunch


14:30  16:00  Education
3
H. Morimoto How to teach high school mathematics by Mathematica
A. Nemecek The impact of Mathematica on mathematics education


P.
Ramsden
Mathematica in education: old wine in new bottles or a whole new vineyard 

16:00  16:30  Coffee


16:30  18:00  Panel
discussion: Education

Thursday,
July 3

Room B  
9:30  11:00  Mathematics
4
A. Iglesias and H. Power Boundary elements with Mathematica


J.
A. Wolkowisky
Shooting the buckled plate 

G.
Dasgupta
Finite elements beyond Courant's triangulation


11:00  11:30  Coffee


11:30  13:00  Engineering
1
A. Iglesias, J.M. Gutierrez, D. Ansotegui and M. A. Carnicero Transmission of digital signals by chaotic synchronization. Application to secure communications


J.
Gunnarsson, R. Germundsson
Tools for verification of a large discrete system


H.
T. Uitermark
The integration of maps: how Mathematica is used in the modelling of geoobjects


13:00  14:30  Lunch


14:30  16:00  Engineering
2
V. J. Pohjola, J. Anttila Chemical process synthesis: Object modelling and automatic model generation


J.
Peccoud, D. Damour
MathLink for LabVIEW  a new environment to control and interact with instruments; application to robotics
H. Kimura, C. Miyaji Writing a graphical user interface for Mathematica using Mathematica and MathLink


16:00  16:30  Coffee


16:30  18:00  Engineering
3
H. Kimura, C. Miyaji An implementation of Internet applications in Mathematica 

A.
Widl
Mathematical simulation of a flexiblelensbased imaging system
L. R. Jaroszewicz Applications of Mathematica in investigations of the polarisation role in fiber optic interferometers 



Friday,
July 4

Room A  
8:00  9:30  Mathematics
5
A. JimenezMerchan, J. R. Gomez, Y. Khakimdjanov Classifying filiform Lie Algebras with Mathematica


P.
Grozman and D. Leites
Mathematicaaided study of Lie algebras and their cohomology
A. Heimonen Solving certain Thue equations with the aid of Mathematica 

9:30  10:00  Coffee


10:00  11:30  Mathematics
6
R. Walentynski A least squares method for solving initialboundary value problems


P.
Favati, G. Fiorentino, G. Lotti, F. Romani
A Mathematica implementation of double adaptive quadrature 

M. Carter Integer programming with Mathematica


11:30  12:00  Coffee


12:00  13:00  Mathematics
7
G. Di Biase, R. Manca Automated generation of atoms from conditional events


F.
Critani, M. Dall'Aglio, G. Di Biase
Ranking and unranking permutations with applications 

13:00  13:30 
Closing


13:30  15:00  Lunch


Friday,
July 4

Room B  
8:00  9:30  Physics
1
MR. Peccoud SQControl.m: a package for statistical quality control in the presence of measurement errors
Y. Kagawa, T. Tsuchiya, H. Yamguchi Design optimization of wire arrays for electromagnetic wave scattering using Mathematica


V.
Buber
Magnetic field calculations in irradiated conductive shell 

9:30  10:00  Coffee


10:00  11:30  Physics
2
A. Fisher A system for computerized tomography for applications in plasma physics
V. Demidov Application of Mathematica in probe investigations of lowtemperature plasmas


O.
Lähde
Progress in the symbolic computing of the twointrinsicphoton extended EPM


11:30  12:00  Coffee


12:00  13:00  Physics
3
A. Papusha Mathematica in nonlinear elasticity theory


R.
Barrere
A heuristic method for the resummation of perturbation series


13:00  13:30 
Closing (Room A) 

13:30  15:00  Lunch
