The main objective of the Conference is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Mathematical Methods and Computational Techniques as well as their applications in various sciences and in industry. Only full papers will be promoted to reviewers for thorough peer review.


Topics in Applied Mathematics
Linear Algebra
Numerical Analysis
Numerical Solution of ODEs and PDEs
Probability and Statistics
Stochastic Analysis
Calculus of Variations
Applied Functional Analysis
Differential Geometry
Applied Topology
Approximation Theory - Applications
Error Analysis and Interval Analysis
Difference Equations and Recurrence Relations
Dynamical Systems
Computational Physics
Computational Chemistry
Computational Biology
Computational Engineering
Applied Algebra
Systems Theory and Control
Signal Processing and Informatics
Electronics and Communication Systems
Computational Methods for Energy Systems
Computational Environmental Science
Computers in Economics and Business Administration
Computational Intelligence ((Neural Networks, 
Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Cpomputing)
Modelling in Mechanical Engineering
Modelling in Electrical Engineering  
Modelling in Chemical Engineering
Material Science and Industrial Engineering


Topics in Computer Science
Algorithms and Theory of Computation
Artificial Intelligence
Automata and Formal Language Theory
Graphics, Computer Networking
Computer Vision
Computer Science Education
Databases, Information Retrieval and Data Mining
Distributed and Parallel Computing
Hardware and Architecture
Human Computer Interaction
Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
Programming languages
Real Time and Embedded Systems
Scientific Computing
Software engineering
Programming Languages
Operating Systems
Hardware Engineering
Parallel Computing Systems Architectures
Intelligent Systems
Computer networks
Mobile Networks
Network Applications
Computational Geometry
Algorithms and Multiplexity
Software Engineering
Computation and Reasoning Laboratory