SimLab radionica na temu Paralelnih Numeričkih Simulacija, Beograd 3-9. oktobar 2010.
The Ninth SimLab course on Parallel Numerical Simulation , 3-9th October 2010.
Due to the great success of the previous eight SimLab courses on Parallel Numerical Simulation in 2002, 2003, and 2006 in Belgrade, 2004, 2005, and 2007 in Bitola, and 2008, 2009 in Cluj, this year again we organize the ninth one in Belgrade, Serbia, from October 3-9th (scheduled).
The short course is open to everyone interested in the Lab's activities and in the topics of numerical simulation and parallel computing. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to Vasco Varduhn (firstname.lastname@example.org) not later than August 31st, 2010.
Your email should contain the following information:
* Family name
* First name
* Date of birth
* Professional status (graduate / PhD student, Post Doc, assistant, professor, ...)
* Your field (applied mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering,...)
* Email address
* Short description of the motivation and research interest
This is just to get an overview of how many participants we have to expect (appropriate size of lecture room etc.). This year, the target audience of our course is primarily represented by graduate, master, and PhD students.
Attending the course is free of charge!
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has granted support for students from outside Belgrade, either in Serbia or in other Balkan countries. Hence, we offer up to 30 scholarships covering accommodation (6 nights from Sunday, October 3, until Saturday, October 9) as well as some subsidy for travel expenses (depending on the actual cost).
Students who want to apply for this support should mention it in their registration email and give some estimate of their travel cost. With these scholarships, we want to especially encourage students from outside Belgrade to take this chance of some training in a highly relevant and up-to-date field of research.
Applications will be taken into account based on a first-come-first-served strategy and some regional balancing. If you know someone who might be interested in taking part as well, please inform him or her!
You can find more information at the following link: