[NotiAMCA] Finite Elements for Flow Problems

Victorio Sonzogni sonzogni@intec.unl.edu.ar
Wed, 8 Sep 2004 11:36:07 -0300

Desde: 04-06-2005
Hasta: 06-06-2005
Lugar: Swansea ,Wales, United Kingdom

 4-6 April 2005

School of Engineering - University of Wales Swansea
Swansea - Wales - United Kingdom


The Finite Elements for Flow Problems Conference Series is now entering its
fourth decade. In 2005, the Conference will return to the University of
Wales at Swansea, which was the location of the first Conference in the
Series in 1974. The Conference aims to bring together researchers, practical
engineers and students who are engaged in all aspects of the computer
modelling of flow, and flow related, phenomena.


 The Conference will be held at the University of Wales Swansea, situated at
the centre of the South Wales coastline. The main campus lies within
Singleton Park on the broad sweep of Swansea Bay, between the City of
Swansea and the old fishing village of Mumbles. A few miles away lies the
picturesque Gower Peninsula which was the UK's first designated Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Confirmed Plenary Lectures

M. Giles
J. S Hesthaven
A. Huerta
 T. J. R. Hughes
A. Jameson

Confirmed Keynote Lectures (Partial List)

M. Ainsworth
D. Caughey
C. Farhat
M. Hafez
W. K. Liu
R. Löhner
E. Oñate
J. Peraire
S. Sherwin
T. E. Tezduyar

Call for Papers

One page abstracts are invited by 15th October 2004. A WinWord template is
downloadable from the conference web site at:


Abstracts should be e-mailed to:


Travel and Hotel Information

 Swansea has good air, road and rail connections. Cardiff International
Airport is just one hour away. The M4 motorway, the main east-west arterial
route from London, passes through the northern outskirts of Swansea. Swansea
railway station is on the main line from London Paddington, which is less
than 3 hours away.

There is a range of accommodation from small hotels to Swansea's luxurious
Morgan Hotel, within central Swansea and Mumbles. For more details visit



The Conference registration fees are £250 and £175 for delegates and
students, respectively before 31st January 2005. After this date the
corresponding registration fees will be £325 and £225.

Further Information

For further information please contact

Professor O. Hassan
Civil and Computational Engineering Centre,
School of Engineering, University of Wales Swansea,
Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP, United Kingdom
Tel. +44 1792 295251
Fax +44 1792 295676
e-mail o.hassan@swansea.ac.uk

or visit the Conference web site at