This three-day workshop is the sequel to the series of workshops on Scientific Computing that were held in Hong Kong in the past few years. It aims to promote research interest in scientific computation for local mathematicians and engineers and to foster contacts and exchanges with experts from other parts of the world. This year the workshop will feature a special session on modern methods in scientific computing relevant to digital signal and image processing.
|March 10||NAB 209, Lam Woo International Conference Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University|
Lecture Theatre, Shaw College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
(for parallel sessions: LG203 and LG204, Wen Lan Tang, Shaw College, CUHK)
Numerical Linear Algebra, Signal and Image Processing, Optimization, Least Square, Computer Aided Geometrical Design, Control, and Statistical Computing.
Local Organising Committee:
|Kam-moon Liu,||City University of Hong Kong|
|Shiu-hong Lui,||The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology|
|Tsi-min Shih,||The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Tao Tang,||The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|Chong Sze Tong,||Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Wei-min Xue (Chairman),||Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Siu-pang Yung,||The University of Hong Kong|
Editorial Board of Workshop Proceedings:
The Night Cruise is scheduled from 20:00 to 22:00 and boarding is at the North Point Ferry near Causeway Bay (maps and direction will be distributed on the bus). Buffet dinner will be served on board. After the cruise, a bus provided by WSC97-HK will take participants back to the Guest House in The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Tickets for the Night Cruise (dinner and transportation included) is HK$320 (US$40) each. Please reserve yours by email from Dr. S.P. Yung.
On-site registration will be available only on the first day of the workshop, i.e. March 10, 1997. Payments by cheques, bank drafts, money orders and of course, cash are welcome. Payments by credit cards are not available. Receipts of registration fees (including pre-registrations) will be available at the registration desk from 08:30 to 12:30 on March 10 at the Lam Woo International Conference Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University.
|Dept. of Math.,||The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|Dept. of Math.,||City University of Hong Kong|
|Dept. of Math.,||Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Dept. of Math.,||The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology|
|Dept. of Appl. Math.,||The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Dept. of Math.,||The University of Hong Kong|
|Inst. of Math. Sci.,||The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|The Hong Kong Mathematical Society|
|The Hong Kong Pei Hua Education Foundation Ltd.|
|US Army Research Office - Far East|
The territory of Hong Kong covers approximately 1,000 square kilometers and comprises of Hong Kong island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and around 400 outlying islands. It has a population of more than six million people, 98% of whom are Chinese. During March, the weather is mild, sunny and with average temperature ranging from 10oC to 20oC.
The year 1997 is a historical landmark for Hong Kong, as it approaches the imminent return to China. Come and feel the excitement in this dynamic city.