
WAVES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Huatulco, Oaxaca, México November 48 2013
Conference Waves in Science and Engineering 2013 will be held November 48. It is intended to bring together experts from different fields of the general area of classical wave theory and applications including acoustic, electromagnetic, and elastic wave propagation. The mathematical and numerical modeling procedures in these fields contribute to a considerable number of applied physical and engineering problems, over a large range of length scales.
Among these are problems in sonar, radar, medical imaging, detection, materials, and wave interactions with surfaces and obstacles.
The conference will cover many of the current mathematical and numerical techniques that are applied across disciplines. Mathematicians, physicists, and engineers of varying backgrounds and occupations will present recent developments in wave phenomena in science and engineering.
GENERAL TOPICS
 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
 ACOUSTIC WAVES
 GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
 QUANTUM WAVES
 OCEANIC WAVES
 DIFFRACTION
 ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPAGATION IN COMPLEX MEDIA
 ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPAGATION IN CARBON NANOTUBES
 MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN WAVE PHENOMENA
 PARABOLIC EQUATION TECHNIQUES
 ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING THEORY

 NONLINEAR WAVES
 INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
 INVERSE PROBLEMS
 SURFACE SCATTERING
 FLUID FLOW
 REMOTE SENSING
 MEDICAL IMAGING
 NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS
 ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPY
 CONDUCTIVE AND SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSMISSION LINES


