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THE  CONFERENCE  PROGRAM SIMULATION-2010

INTERNATIONALSCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

SIMULATION-2010
(May 12-14, 2010, Kiev, Ukraine)

Organized by

Pukhov Institute for Modeling in Energy Engineering, NASc of Ukraine
Scientific and Research Institute of multiprocessor computer system, Taganrog State Radiotechnical University, Russia
Institute of Electrodynamics NASc of Ukraine
Szczecin Technical University, Poland
National Aviation University of Ukraine
Donetsk National Technical University, Ukraine
Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics, NASc of Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University
Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan
RQL-Ukraine Ltd., Ukraine

USTAR Ltd.

 

PROGRAMM COMMITTEE

Victor Yevdokimov, committee chairman (Ukraine)

Aleksey Makarov (Russia)

Alexander Katkov (Poland)

Alexander Palagin (Ukarine)

Anatoliy Shidlovskiy (Ukraine)

Anatolyy Verlan (Ukraine)

Antoni Wiliński (Poland)

Arkady Stepanov (Ukraine)

Borys Stogniy (Ukraine)

Bogdan Durnyak (Ukraine)

Eveline Semagina (Ukraine)

Igor Kaliaev (Russia)

Igor  Zhykov (Ukraine)

Michael Resch (Germany)

Miraziz Sagatov (Uzbekistan)

Petr Stakhiv (Ukraine)

Sergey Saykh (Ukraine)

Stanislaw Osowski (Poland)

Stepan Vinnychuk (Ukraine)

Tadeusz Kaczorek (Poland)

Vadrevu Sree Hari Rao (India)

Valery Gnedenko (Russia)

Vasily Aristov (Ukraine)

Viacheslav Petrov (Ukraine)

Victor Samojlov (Ukraine)

Viktor Khoroshevsky (Russia)

Vladimir Mokhor (Ukraine)

Vladimir Sviatnyy (Ukraine)

Vladimir Tarasenko (Ukraine)

Wlodzimierz Bielecki (Poland)

Włodzimierz Ruciński (Poland)

Zelim Borukajev (Ukraine)

OBJECTIVES AND TOPICS

The purpose of the conference SIMULATION-2010 is strengthening and development of scientific and technical collaboration of specialists in area of modeling and computer simulation in different branches of science, technique, industry and economy.

The conference tasks:

The following topics will be presented in the conference:

Conference languages are English, Russian.
Conference program consists of invited and oral presentations.
The paper template locates on the conference web-site. Selected papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings and the journal Electronic Simulation.

 

DEADLINES

Preliminary registration, theses of the paper February  01, 2010
Notification of acceptance March 01, 2010
Submission of camera-ready papers March 22, 2010
The Conference Start May 12, 2010

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Dr Alexander Chemeris, head of Organizing Committee
Galina Samojlova, vice-head of Organizing Committee

Pukhov Institute for Modeling in Energy Engineering NASc of Ukraine
15, General Naumov Str.,
03164, Kiev, UkrainePreliminary registration form

Phone: +380 044 4249179, 4241063
Fax: +380 044 424 0586
e-mail: ipme@ipme.kiev.ua

Preliminary registration form

Article template for the conference SIMULATION-2010

We are sure that SIMULATION-2010 will fulfill your professional expectations.

THE CONFERENCE VENUE

     

    The Conference will take place in the capital of Ukraine Kiev. Kiev or Kyiv is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper River. Kiev is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural centre of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high-tech industries, higher education institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kiev Metro.

     

Kiev is known as a green city with two botanical gardens and numerous large and small parks. The green nature of the city is probably most notable by the green hills of the right bank along the Dnieper river that have been relatively untouched by development. It is said that one can walk from one end of Kiev to the other in the summertime without leaving the shade of its many trees. Most characteristic are the horse-chestnuts (Ukrainian:  kashtany).

Kiev's most famous historical architecture complexes are the St. Sophia Cathedral and the Kiev Pechersk Lavra (Monastery of the Caves), which are recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Noteworthy historical architectural landmarks also include the Mariyinsky Palace (designed and constructed from 1745 to 1752, then reconstructed in 1870), several Orthodox churches such as St. Michael's Cathedral, St. Andrew's, St. Vladimir's, the reconstructed Golden Gate and others.

One of Kiev's widely recognized modern landmarks is the highly visible giant Mother Motherland statue made of titanium standing at the Museum of the Great Patriotic War on the Right bank of the Dnieper River. Other notable sites is the cylindrical Salut hotel, located across from Glory Square and the eternal flame at the World War Two memorial Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the House with Chimaeras.

Among Kiev's best-known monuments are Mikeshin's statue of Bohdan Khmelnytsky astride his horse located near St. Sophia Cathedral, the venerated Vladimir the Great (St. Vladimir), the baptizer of Rus', overlooking the river above Podil, the monument to Kyi, Schek and Khoryv and Lybid, the legendary founders of the city located at the Dnieper embankment. On Independence Square in the city centre, two tall columns elevate two modern monuments of the city protectors; the historic protector of Kiev Michael Archangel and a modern invention, the goddess-protector Berehynia.