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International Symposium 1: Fluid Mechanics in Physics & Computer Engineering

Chair-Organizer: Muhammad Raheel Mohyuddin, PhD, Mathematics & Statistics Department, Caledonian College of Engineering, Sultanate of Oman,  Email:

Aim: The primary area of the conference is to enhance research and developmental activities in Fluid mechanics, Fluid Engineering, Science and Technology in Electrical & Mechanical Engineering’s. Secondary objective is to interweave scientific information & Knowledge interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in different institutions. The conference will give the opportunity to researchers, learners and students to utilize this terrific platform for people to share views and experiences in the areas of Mathematical Physics, and Fluid aspects in electrical, civil, and mechanical Engineering.

Topics: Applied Physics, Fluid Mechanics, Computer science in CFD, Fluid Engineering, Mathematical Physics, Modelling, Differential Equations, Viscous, Newtonian & Non-viscous fluids, Computer trends in Fluid Mechanics

International Symposium 2: New Ways of Designing Super Strong Materials and Increasing Service Life of Machine Components Based on Achievements of Sciences

Chair-Organizer: Dr. Nikolai I. Kobasko, FASM (Fellow ASM International) Director of technology and R&D for IQ Technologies Inc., Akron, USA and Supervisor of Intensive Technologies Ltd, Kyiv, Ukraine, Email:

Aim: Currently, the main attention is paid to alloying elements increasing strength of materials. Alloy steels are hardened in oils to prevent crack formation. Materials and technology are very costly and are not environmentally green. New opposite way is proposed for designing super strong materials. Physicians, material and thermal scientists, and metallurgists will be involved in discussion. The aim of Symposium is decreasing cost, saving materials and making environment green based on achievements of sciences.

1. Contemporary methods for testing cooling intensity of liquid quenchants.
2. Theoretical and experimental approaches in controlling and governing martensitic phase transformations during intensive quenching including:
• Steel quenching in liquid media under pressure;
• Quenching in water salt solutions of optimal and high concentration;
• Quenching in polymers of inverse solubility;
• Quenching in vegetable and mineral oils;
• Quenching in nano liquids.
3. Control and governing batch quenching and continues systems’ processes in industrial condition.

International Symposium 3: High power lasers and applications

Chair-Organizer: Dr. Eng. Aurelian Marcu, PW-Laser Laboratory, Center for Advanced Laser Technology - CETAL, National Institute for Laser Plasma and Radiation Physics (INFLPR),Bucharest-Magurele, ROMANIA Email:

Aim: The symposium is proposing to bring specialist in the high-power laser field dealing with system and beam control and optimization together with researchers working on the laser hyper-intense beam based application. It aims to present the latest achievements in beam control and optimizations of PW laser systems and state of the art applications of such hyper-intense laser-beams in biology, space or material science.

The topics of interest are focused on:
- High-power laser beam real-time characterization
- High power laser system control and optimization
- Electromagnetic wave generation by intense laser beam - matter interactions
- Hyper-intense laser beam applications in particle acceleration
- Extra-atmospheric conditions simulation by hyper-intense laser beam interactions
- Effects of radiations and hyper-intense beam interactions over living cells and organisms

International Symposium 4: Systems and Control – Theory and Applications

Chair-Organizer: Guido Izuta, PhD, Department of Social Information Science, Yonezawa Women's College, Japan,

Aim: The aim of this session is to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners and students to present their latest findings and research results, discuss problems, share ideas, and exchange their experiences on all practical and theoretical aspects of systems as well as issues related to analysis and design of control systems.

The topics of interest are focused on:
- Stability Analysis
- Multidimensional Systems
- Mathematical Systems Theory
- Control Theory, Linear and Nonlinear Control
- Modelling and Simulation, Control Technology and Applications
- Process Control and Instrumentation.

International Symposium 5: Systems and Control – Theory and Applications

Chair-Organizer: Prof. Vaclav Skala,, Head of the Center of Computer Graphics and Visualization,, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia, Plzen [Pilsen], Czech Republic Meshless Research group at the University of West Bohemia -

Aim: Standard computational methods across many application fields require tessellation in 2D or 3D using triangular or tetrahedral meshes. Tessellation itself is computationally expensive especially in higher dimensions and result of computation is again discrete and physical phenomena are not smoothly interpolated. Meshless methods are scalable to higher dimensions and offer smooth final representation. Meshless methods lead to a solution of system of linear equations, in general. The applicability of meshless methods can be found in several areas.

- Meshless methods in computer graphics, vizualization and computer vision
- Meshless methods in engineering problems
- Meshless methods - theory and practice
- Meshless interpolation and approximation of large data sets
- Radial Basis Functions (RBF) in computer graphics, visualization, image processing and computer vision
- Meshless methods and projective space
- Meshless methods for ordinary and partial differential equations