On the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the professor Vicentiu Radulescu, The Laboratory of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (LAMAI) of Cadi Ayyad University, The Laboratory of Applied Mathematics and Information Systems (MASI) and The Moroccan Association of Modelling and Mathematical Engineering (A2MIM) jointly organize The third International Conference on Modeling and Scientific Computing in Mathematical Engineering (MOCASIM2018) on 26th and 27th November 2018 in Marrakesh, Morocco.
This conference provides a special gathering place for academics, researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and recent developments in the fields of modeling, scientific computing and applied mathematics. It is especially interesting for students who would like to meet renowned scientist and researchers in their respective disciplines. We thank all our attendees and encourage them to make the most out of this opportunity by engaging fully in the educational activities and by establishing collaborations in order to advance their knowledge and practice with respect to their fields of study.
To build-up on our history of making publishing easier for young Moroccan researchers since the previous editions. In MOCASIM2014, selected conference papers were published in the Journal Annals of the university of Craiova Vol XLII, Issue 1(indexed in Scopus and Thomson Reuters) and in MOCASIM2017 papers are being published in the Journal of Advanced Mathematical Studies Vol 11 Issue 2 (indexed in Mathematical Reviews). The current edition MOCASIM2018 dedicates the journal of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems (indexed in Thomson Reuters) to the publishing of its selected high quality papers.
Participants are encouraged to send us early on their abstracts in the template of the conference. Abstracts need to provide a title, keywords, body and references see the abstract submission guide here. Moreover submissions must tackle one of the themes featured in this conference, namely :
8 plenary conferences given by renowned scientist in their discipline and 3 parallel sessions offering a wide range of topics for a total of 80 communications.