Oujda Portail / Saidia – Driss Sbibih: University Mohammed First Oujda, in collaboration with the University of Granada (Spain) and the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour (France), has organized every two years since 2005, the International Conference on Approximation Methods and Numerical Modelling in Environment and Natural Resources (MAMERN) to review the applications of mathematics in these areas.
By plenary lectures and oral communications and also posters, the event aims to give researchers geologists, biologists and chemists, working on issues of environment and natural resources, the ability to formulate their problems in a rigorous manner using techniques Mathematics and resolve them by modern methods taking into account the complexity and natural reality.
Currently, special attention is paid to research developed in order to explore and manage the protection of natural resources, especially water, thanks to its vital importance, hydrocarbons, their economic importance and strategic minerals To their industrial importance, aggregates and clays, their importance in the construction of civil works and their involvement in the phenomena of natural hazards.
The identification and determination of the spatial distribution and geometry of these natural resources are complex when using traditional techniques of outcrop on the ground, they are still unavailable.
The difficulty of exploration is due to the presence of uncertainty and high nonlinearity in the geometry of reservoirs. The mathematical approximation and numerical modeling are therefore a promising alternative for the characterization of these complex systems.
To allow this great event to reach the goals that were traced, the organizers have selected 162 papers covering the three key thrusts:
* Methods of approximation,
* Mathematical Modeling and Digital
* Applications of approximation and the modeling environment and natural resources.
These papers summarize the results of research by specialists from several countries: Algeria, Saudi Arabia, England, Azerbaijan, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, France, Holland, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Romania, Tunisia, USA .
In addition to the 162 oral and poster, seven plenary lectures will be led by specialist teachers of international renown. These conferences are scheduled over the four days of the conference, covering the different themes of the event.
As with other editions, the conference proceedings MAMERN the 11th will be published in a book with ISBN, published by the University of Granada (Spain). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the journal International: Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.