CfP: 17th Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering CMMSE 2017, July 4-8, Cadiz, Andalucia, Spain.

CMMSE 2017 – 17th Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (including the celebration of the  70th birthday of Prof. Wolfgang Sproessig )

BarcelóCosta Ballena Golf & SPA, July 4-8, Cadiz, Andalucia, Spain.


The 2017 Conference on Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering Conference (CMMSE-2017), is the fourteen of this conference series.  CMMSE2017 aims to be a unifying, cross-cutting, interdisciplinary gathering, where specialists can have exposure to diverse fields and participate  in  special sessions different from but still close to their own interests.

  • Standard presentation: 20+5 minutes in length.
  • Special Sessions: Minimum of 8 presentations.
  • Symposiums more than 10 presentations.
  • Symposiums chairs can act as plenary speakers.


  •        May 17,        2017 —   Deadline for submission of Abstracts (3-4 pages) or full papers (12 pages).
  •        May 26,        2017 —   Notification of Acceptance
  •        June 12,        2017 –   Registration (with podium)
  •        June 20,        2017 —   Registration (without podium)
  •        August 10,     2017 —   Deadline for submission (SPECIAL ISSUES).
  •        Sept. 10,       2017–   Special issue final selection.


 Computational Chemistry & Mathematical Chemistry

  • Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, (Springer)
  • Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures (Taylor & Francis).

 Computational Mathematics

  • Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, (Elsevier) (solicited)
  • Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences , (John Wiley & Sons).
  • International Journal of Computer Mathematics, (Taylor & Francis).

Computer Science

  • Journal of Supercomputing, (Springer).
  • International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems (solicited, Word Scientific)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:     Please check the Conference Web site  regularly for the most up to date information.

ABOUT CADIZ:  Being one of the ancient cities of Occidental Europe, the Province of Cadiz, which was baptized by the poet Lord Byron as “Ocean Mermaid”, can be highlighted by many things: its beaches, its places, its people…

Inland, its climate with warm temperatures throughout the year and clear skies, harbors a maze of dunes, creeks, salt marshes and beaches of high ecological value, and has been chosen as the scenery of some films like James Bond’s film Die another day or the American film Knight and day. Numerous famous people have been in this city

The coast:  Cadiz, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, has 260 km of coast which can be enjoyed with its great variety of miles of sandy beaches with fine and white sand and clear blue water. Along the coast you can also appreciate the wildlife features of this area.

Its history is ancient. Tartessos and Phoenicians visited this land more than 3,000 years ago. The Romans and Visigoths also dwelt it and from 711 was a Muslim territory until the second half of the thirteenth century.

The passage of different cultures has left their mark in art and culture as well as in the gastronomy and the Flamenco that you will be able to enjoy.

There are many places of interest and a large number of activities to be enjoyed in Cadiz. However, the beauty of it is that you can make it as active or as relaxing as you wish during your stay!

To find out more about Cadiz and Andalucía have a look in and You can find interesting this video about Cadiz:

Source: Email from, 13th Dec. 2016


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