7th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS (COPROMAPH7) October 29th - November 4th, 2011
Published in : 7th COPROMAPH
The Proceedings of the sixth COPROMAPH Workshop have been edited by the ICMPA – UNESCO Chair and are available on the website www.uac.bj/cipma.
The COPROMAPH6 and COPROMAPH7 Proceedings will be published following guidelines as strict as in the past for the paper editions of the Proceedings and are made available on the same website.
Only participants giving an oral presentation are entitled to have a contribution submitted to the Proceedings, to be accepted after a strict refereeing process. Contributions must all be written in good English.
Contributions for short communications and posters are restricted without exception to a maximum of 7 pages. Those for invited conferences and lectures to a strict maximum of 15 and 100 pages, respectively.
Official languages : English and French. English is the preferred choice, though, given the international attendance.
Scientific Advisory Committee : A. Afouda (Benin), S. T. Ali (Canada), J.-P. Antoine (Belgium), A. Antonevich (Byelorussia), A. Banyaga (USA), S. Belmehdi (France), K. Bota (USA), X. Chapuisat (France), J. M. Combes (France), G. Ciccotti (Italy), M. Englis (Czech Republic), S. J. Gates, Jr (USA), J.-P. Gazeau (France), G. A. Goldin (USA), J. Govaerts (Belgium), M. N. Hounkonnou (Benin), R. Kerner (France), J. R. Klauder (USA), W. Koepf (Germany), Th. Lebel (France), W. A. Lester (USA), A. Makhoute (Morocco), A. Z. Msezane (USA), S. Mtingwa (USA), R. Murenzi (Rwanda), A. Odzijewicz (Poland), V. Rivasseau (France), A. Ronveaux (Belgium), J.-P. Ryckaert (Belgium), M. Sangaré (Senegal), B. Torrésani (France)
Organizing Committee : A. Afouda (Benin), G. Allagnon (Benin), E. Azatassou (Benin), E. Baloïtcha (Benin), J. O. Chabi (Benin), X. Chapuisat (France), N. Fonton (Benin), J. Govaerts (Belgium), M. N. Hounkonnou (Benin), W. A. Lester (USA), B. Olory (Benin), G. D. Soglohoun (Benin).
Deadline for applications: July 15th, 2011
Registration and abstracts have to be received before July 15th. Invited speakers are also requested to send a one page abstract of their presentation.
COPROMAPH7 and the 7th COPROMAPH School will be co-organized by
- Prof. S. T. Ali, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montréal, Québec, CANADA H3G 1M8 ; E-mail : email@example.com
- Prof. J. Govaerts, Center for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology Institut de Recherche en Mathématique et Physique, Université catholique de Louvain, 2, Chemin du Cyclotron, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, Phone: +32-10-47 32 26 Fax: +32-10-45 21 83 E-mail: Jan.Govaerts@uclouvain.be
- Prof. M. N. Hounkonnou, UNESCO Chair of Mathematical Physics and Applications (ICMPA-UNESCO Chair) 072 B.P. 50 Cotonou, Republic of Benin, Phone: +229-21 38 40 03/ +229 95 06 26 89 Fax: +229-21 31 31 38 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
The activity is open to scientists from all countries. Travel and local (subsistence, accommodation) expenses should be covered by the home institution. Former students from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) wishing to apply to these COPROMAPH School and Workshop are encouraged to also seek support from AIMS. Participants from French speaking African countries are encouraged to also apply for support from the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (http://www.auf.org). Mention of such applications should be made in the application form to the Workshop and School.
All participants benefiting from some financial support from the Workshop organizing committee (accommodation, local expenses, travel or other) will be requested to present a communication at the workshop.
Participants interested in presenting a paper are requested to send a camera ready copy of their abstract. The deadline for submission of abstracts and/or requests for financial support is July 15th, 2011. To be accepted for publication in the Proceedings, the contribution must be written in the appropriate LaTeX style (contact the COPROMAPH Secretariat to get a sample) and must be accepted by the editorial board of COPROMAPH7 after a refereeing procedure. A notice of acceptance or the referee report should have been sent to authors by January 31st, 2012. The deadline for resubmission will be strictly February 20th, 2012.
Applications should be submitted to:
COPROMAPH SECRETARIAT, University of Abomey-Calavi, UNESCO Chair of Mathematical Physics and Applications (ICMPA-UNESCO chair),
072 B. P. 50, Cotonou, Republic of Benin
i) Tel.: +229-21 38 61 28
ii) Fax: +229-21 38 61 27
(COPROMAPH6, Prof. M.N. HOUNKONNOU)
iii) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
with copy to: email@example.com or online via the website http://www.uac.bj/cipma
All participants will be staying in hotels in Cotonou, close to the Workshop site. Please indicate which kind of room you wish and if you accept to share your room with someone else. The accommodation will be paid directly to the hotel by the organizers if the full registration fee (see below) has been paid.
For convenience, each participant is requested to pay a total sum of either FCFA 450,000, Euros 650 or $US 850, to cover all the costs for their stay (registration, hotel accommodation, meals, excursions, miscellanea). A receipt will be issued, which the participant must countersign. For those also attending in addition the COPROMAPH School these fees become FCFA 700 000, Euros 1,100 or $US 1,500.
Those participants wishing to stay in a hotel different from the place of accommodation foreseen by the organizers may ask for the necessary information, but they should then arrange for their accommodation themselves, including the payment for the ensuing costs. However, in order to avoid problems, it is imperative to reserve a room well a month in advance before arrival in Cotonou. Moreover, the costs to be paid for the Workshop itself then amount to either FCFA 230,000, Euros 350 or $US 450 to cover for the registration and local meals on the site of the Workshop. In case of attendance of the School as well, these fees are FCFA 400 000, Euros 600 or $US 800.
A local organization committee will be set-up to welcome you on your arrival at the international airport of Cotonou, and to take you to your place of accommodation. It is imperative that all participants do inform the organizing committee of the details of their travel arrangements through the above mentioned COPROMAPH SECRETARIAT addresses.
The city itself and its surroundings are special attractions. Beaches are close to the hotels which often possess their own swimming pool.
Benin society is rich in history and culture. If there is enough interest, tours could be organized to some places of historical and cultural interest. Benin is situated in West Africa, between Nigeria and Togo. The climate is tropical and the temperature is close to 30°C.
Novotel Horisha (category A): Single room with breakfast: US$ 100.00 per day;
Hotels (category B): Single room without breakfast: US$ 60.00 - US$ 80.00 per day.
Daily board can be estimated at about US$ 30.00.
Official invitations : In special cases, the organizing committee is prepared to send a personal invitation letter for the Workshop. It should be understood that such an invitation is not a commitment on the part of the organizers to provide any financial support.
Important : Payment of the total fee can be made at the arrival at the hotel or at the meeting place Upon presentation at the registration desk, participants will receive their Workshop documents and a badge.
Official Sponsors (confirmed and solicited) :
Commission Universitaire (Belge) pour le Développement (CUD), The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) (Trieste, Italy), UNESCO International Basic Science Programme (IBSP), UNESCO Division of Higher Education, European Physical Society (IGPD), International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), Government of Republic of Benin, Individual Sponsors, Direction Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique (DNRST), International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP), African Mathematics Millennium Science Initiative (AMMSI), ICMPA-UNESCO Chair.