The 8th International Conference on Engineering Mathematics and Physics will be held in Ningbo, China on July 1-3, 2019. It is an annual research conference aims to provide a platform for the scientists, scholars, engineers and students from the Universities all around the world and the industry to present ongoing research activities. The past 7 ICEMP conferences were held in Bangalore (India), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and Dubai (UAE), Cape Town (South Africa) and Prague (Czech Republic) respectively. ICEMP 2019 is sponsored by Ningbo University, China and technically assisted by Abu Dhabi University, UAE and Universiti MalaysiaTerengganu, Malaysia.
第八届工程数学与物理国际会议将于2019年7月1-3日在中国.浙江.宁波召开，大会旨在邀请众多国内外学者及产业研发人员齐聚一堂，共同探讨工程数学与物理领域的发展现状及前景。本次会议亦为与会的科学家及工程师们提供了一个极好的平台，促进跨学科, 跨国境的交流与讨论。本次会议由宁波大学主办，阿布扎比大学和马来西亚登嘉楼大学联合协办。 热忱欢迎相关领域的专家、学者和专业技术人员踊跃投稿并参加大会。CFP Download 征稿通知下载
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ICEMP 2019 will bring
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Mathematics and Physics from around the world.
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Conference General Chair
Prof. Haydar Akca, Abu Dhabi University, UAE
Prof. Rodica Luca Tudorache, Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania
Prof Abdul H Kara, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Prof. Bimal Kumar Sarkar, Adamas University, India
Prof. Lazim Abdullah, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
Prof. Sasanko SekharGantayat, Gandhi Institute of Engineering & Technology, India
Dr. ChanKar Tim, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Dr. D.S.Pathania,Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, India
Assoc. Prof. PraveenAgarwal, AnandIntl.College of Engg,India
Dr. Yilun Shang, Institute of Mathematics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Dr. Tan Wooi Nee, Multimedia University Jalan Multimedia, Malaysia
Assoc. Prof. Shuqu Qian, Anshun University, China
Dr. Yong Wu, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
Prof. Gaowen Xi, Chongqing University of Science and Technology, China
Sergei Utyuzhnikov, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Assoc. Prof. Jackie D. Urrutia, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines
Dr. Lincoln A.Bautista,Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines
Asst. Prof. Anil Shantappa, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, India
Asst. Prof. Muhammad Ahsan, National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan
Asst. Prof. Mustafa Elsayed, Higher Institute of Engineering and Technology - Kafr el sheikh, Egypt
Assoc. Prof. Manoj Sahni, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India
Prof. Eugene Machusky, National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Ukraine
Dr. Grzegorz Ilewicz, University of Bielsko, Poland
Prof. Dr. M. Nawaz Naeem, Govt. College University Faislabad, Pakistan
Prof. Haydar Akca
Abu DhabiUniversity, UAE
Haydar Akca graduated in Mathematics and Astronomy from Ege University, Faculty of Science, Izmir, Turkey in 1970. Dr. Akca received Ph. D. in Applied Mathematics from Inonu University, Malatya with collaboration Helsinki University of Technology in 1983. Since then, he has been teaching in various universities. He becomes Professor in Applied Mathematics at Akdeniz University, Antalya in 1996. He has around 100 technical publications including monographs. His research interest area primarily functional differential equations, neural networks, mathematical modelling, control theory, and wavelet neural networks. He has been organizing the serial International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Applications. Dr. Akca is a member of a number of professional mathematical associations. He is the Editor –in-Chief and Editorial Board Member of number of International Mathematical Journals. At present he is Professor of Applied Mathematics at Abu Dhabi University, College of Arts and Science Department of Applied Sciences and Mathematics, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Prof. Bimal Kumar Sarkar
Adamas University, India
Bimal Kumar Sarkar graduated in physics at Jadavpur University, India and Electrical Engineering at Institute of Engineers (India). He did his Ph.D. form Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India. He pursued postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Chemistry, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan. Afterward he visited in research positions at NSYSU, Taiwan, UCLA, USA, Max Planck Institute, Germany, Czech Technical University, Slovak Technical University. At present, he is Professor in Physics and Dean at Adamas University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India with activity in research and teaching. He is involved in the field of Computational Physics. In October 2018, he had 113 articles published in international peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings.
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|Date 日期||Events 活动安排|
|July 1, 2019 (Monday)||10:00-17:00||Registration & Material Collecting|
|July 2, 2019 (Tuesday)||9:00-12:00||Opening & Keynote Speeches|
|July 3, 2019 (Wednesday)||09:30-12:30||Parallel Sessions|
|June 15-18, 2018
||Prague, Czech Republic
||MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 186 (2018)
Indexing: Ei Compendex & Scopus
|April 10-12, 2017||Cape Town, South Africa||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 7 Number 3 (Jul. 2017)|
|April 7-9, 2016||Dubai, UAE||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 6 Number 3 (Jul. 2016)|
|June 11-12, 2015||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 5 Number 3 (Jul. 2015)|
|June 14-15, 2014||Hong Kong||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 4 Number 4 (Jul. 2014)|
|June 15-16, 2013||Colombo, Sri Lanka||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 3 Number 4 (Jul. 2013)|
|June 16-17, 2012||Bangalore, India||IJAPM (ISSN:2010-362X)||Volume 2 Number 4 (Jul. 2012)|
ICEMP 2018, Prague, Czech Republic, June 15-18, 2018
Session I Group Photo
Session II Group Photo
Session III Group Photo
Session IV Group Photo
Study of circulation drive in high-speed rotating flow field
Institute of physical and chemical engineering, China
Optimal control strategies for the resurgence of vaccine preventable diseases in Thailand
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
|ICEMP 2017, Cape Town, South Africa||
ICEMP 2016, Dubai, UAE
ICEMP 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
ICEMP 2014, Hong Kong
ICEMP 2013, Colombo, Sri Lanka
ICEMP 2012, Bangalore, India
Ningbo University, China 宁波大学
Add: No.818 Fenghua Road, Jiangbei District, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province, China
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Lishe Airport is about 11 kilometers (7 mi) from downtown Ningbo, about a 20-minute drive. The taxi fare should be ¥45-60. Alternatively, a shuttle bus to South Ningbo Railway Station runs every hour until 18:00 (¥10). Local bus service is also available (¥2).
There are regular flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenyang, Xi'an, Xiamen, Nanchang, Haikou, Shantou, Shenzhen, Changsha, Nanjing, Kunming, Chengdu, Lanzhou, Zhuhai, Hefei, Guilin, Chongqing, Dalian, Qingdao, Wuhan, Fuzhou, Harbin, and Urumqi in Mainland China; Macao and Hong Kong; Kaohsiung on Taiwan; Fukuoka in Japan; Incheon in South Korea; and Bangkok in Thailand.
Ningbo Railway Station
Centrally located with downtown hotels a short taxi ride away. Metro Line 2 serves the station. Taxis are not permitted to pick up new fares in the drop-off area outside the station, but are usually readily available at a queue in the basement. The ticket offices are open from 06:15-19:45 to the left of the main entrance. Tickets can be purchased on the first or second floor; tickets which have been booked online may only be picked up at the office on the second floor.
Many high-speed trains (Gaotie or "G" trains) are available daily from Hangzhou East Railway Station. These take about 1 hour and cost ¥80-100.
There are another 10 or so normal trains from Hangzhou's City Station (城站) which are cheaper but average slightly longer travel times.
All trains from Shanghai to Ningbo go through Hangzhou. High speed trains are available from Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station (上海虹桥站). These take 2-3 hours and cost between ¥100-150.
Normal trains are available from Hongqiao Station or from Shanghai South Railway Station (上海南站). These take 4-5 hours and cost around ¥50.
Downtown Ningbo can fill a few days but is similar to most major Chinese cities. To see some really jaw-dropping parts, you have to get out to the suburbs and countryside, where you will meet the kindest of people with the warmest of smiles and breathtaking mountain ranges steeped in thousands of years of history that has been relatively undisturbed.
Ningbo Rail Transit operates Lines 1 and 2, the former having stations which service the airport and railway station. Plans call for an additional four lines by 2020, of which Line 4 will service East Railway Station.
Taxis are ¥10 for the first 3.5 km. Be aware that a ¥1 "fuel tax" is added to the fare in addition to the price displayed by the meter. As is common throughout China, you should expect no comprehension of English from the driver. Print the addresses in Chinese in advance will be helpful.
Busses are usually ¥2, although some older lines without air-conditioning cost ¥1 and some longer lines charge according to distance. Stops are not displayed or announced in English.
Bike sharing is prevalent. Users will need to install the particular smartphone app specific to the company to rent a bike. Prices are around ¥2 for 30 minutes.
Commercial St 城 隍庙商业步行街 (Close to Chenghuang Temple). Tianfeng Tower was originally built during the Tang Dynasty (695-696) then rebuilt during the Song Dynasty (1144). Tianfeng Ta has seven “obvious” stories and seven “hidden” stories, with four more reportedly buried underground.
(Bus Route: 332). 08:30-16:30. Baoguo Temple is seated on the mountainside of Lingshan Mountain, about 15 km (9 mi) away from downtown. As a cultural relic spot under state-level protection, it was initially established in the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220) and rebuilt and expanded in later dynasties. The present Baoguo Temple is a mixture of constructions made by various dynasties. ¥12.
Ayuwang (Ashoka) Temple
(bus 759 or 790 from Ningbo East Bus Station) Legend says the Sheli Pagoda here wasn't built, but rose from the ground. This active monastery 20 km (12 mi) from Ningbo houses a bone fragment of Sakyamuni, Buddhism's founder, as well as artifacts, paintings and calligraphy - some personally written by Chinese emperors. Legend has it that the monk who found it was looking for one of the many Sheli pagodas that the Indian ruler Ayuwang (Ashoka) had established throughout the world. The monk was walking in the area and heard a bell ringing from underground. He sat down and prayed for three days and three nights, at which point the pagoda came surging up from beneath the ground. A temple was eventually completed on the site in 522 and named.
(Bus 333 from Ningbo, 06:00-17:00). 08:00-17:00. In the outer district of Yuyao about 90 minutes by road from down town Ningbo in the flourishing countryside. Hemudu has a small but good museum with signs in English. Displayed are a still playable 6-7,000-year-old bone flute, rice, plough shares, weaving, inlaid-bone and wood carvings, and jade ornaments. ¥25, student ¥13.
Tiantong National Forest Park
(bus 162 from Ningbo East Bus Station) Located in Taibai Mountains, 25 km (16 mi) from Ningbo City proper, the Tiantong National Forest Park covers an area of 334 hectares, with green peaks rising one higher than the other. The park is home to nearly 1,000 species of plants, including a large number of fine tree species, such as Henry emmenopterys, ginkgo trees, Henry ormosias and Tianmu Mountain lily magnolias, in addition to some rare medicinal herbs, such as five-leaf gynostemmas, glabrons sarcandras, fortune plumyews, many-leaf paris and diverse leaf jack in the pulpits. A total of 119 Chinese herbal medicines found here are included in the China Pharmacopoeia. For this reason it bears the name "natural botanical garden in east Zhejiang Province.
Nanxi Hot Spring
Nanxi Hot Spring lies in in the outer district of Ninghai, Nanxi Village of Shentianchuan Township, 76 km (47 mi) to the downtown of Ninghai County. With a forest resource of 9,627 hectares or 9,627 mu, the scenic area was approved by the State Department of Forestry in 1991 as a national forest park, and thus it became one of the ten best scenic spots in Ningbo. As a well-known hot-spring resort in Zhejiang, the park is featured in its peaceful mountains, clear waters and dense forests.
ZheDong Grand Canyon
315-606 China Ninghai County Baixi Village, Chakou Town. Huge sweeping views of lush green countryside, water runs through the canyon as you follow a rough and ready trail.