Gordon Research Conference
Oscillations & Dynamic Instabilities
July 18 - 23, 2004
"The Maine event in Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics"
Gordon Research Conferences provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of frontier research in the biological, chemical, and physical sciences, and their related technologies. A GRC is a special conference at which ‘frontier research’, i.e., important, exciting and unpublished is presented in an intimate setting that allows the free exchange of ideas.
The GRC on Oscillations and Dynamic Instabilities in Chemical Systems addresses Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics, which is the study of oscillations, waves, patterns and chaos in chemically-reacting systems far from equilibrium, with experiments, theory and simulations. The feature that distinguishes this field from the rest of nonlinear science is the presence of chemical reactions.
Bates College in Lewiston, Maine
For information on the GRC at this site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Poster titles should be submitted to Patrick De Kepper by June 15, 2004. However, no more than 80 posters can be accommodated.
(Nota Bene: You should submit poster titles to Patrick De Kepper even if you indicated on the on-line application that you wish to present a poster.)
To Apply to the conference:
The cost is $700 for a single room and $640 for a double room. If the final pre-paid registration is postmarked at least three weeks prior to the meeting, a $50 discount may be taken on the fixed fee.
John A. Pojman, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Southern Mississippi
Patrick De Kepper
Centre De Recherche Paul Pascal
For information on past Gordon Conferences