**Important two Chinese characters**: 中野駅 (Nakano station) and 明治大学 (Meiji University)

**SHORT HISTORY AND SCOPE**

The purpose of the seminar is devoted to the meeting of Czech and Japanese applied mathematicians dealing with numerical solution of partial differential equations, mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of problems in technology, environment, biology and computer science. From 2004, the workshop has been continued as a series:

- Czech-Japanese seminar in applied mathematics (4 - 7 Aug. 2004, Prague)
- Czech-Japanese seminar in applied mathematics 2005 (15 - 18 Sep. 2005, Kuju)
- Czech and Slovak Twin Seminar in Applied Mathematics:
- First Slovak-Japan workshop on computational mathematics (10 - 12 Sep. 2006, Bratislava and Kocovce chateu)
- Czech-Japanese seminar in applied mathematics 2006 (14 - 16 Sep. 2006, Prague)

- Czech-Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2008 (1 - 7 Sep. 2008, Takachiho and Miyazaki)
- Czech-Japanese Seminar in Applied Mathematics 2010 (30 Aug. - 4 Sep. 2010, Prague and Telc)

The next Czech-Japanese seminar will take place at Tokyo, Japan in the period September 5 - 8, 2013. The workshop is devoted to all mathematical and physical aspects of differential equations. Central themes are:

- ordinary differential equations,
- partial differential equations,
- dynamical systems,
- computational fluid dynamics,
- image processing and computer vision,
- numerical analysis,
- computational finance,
- inverse problems,
- engineering techniques,
- modeling of physical phenomena,
- applications.

The organizations on Japanese side are

- Department of Mathematics, School of Science and Technology, Meiji University,
- Department of Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis, School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University,
- Department of Mathematical Sciences, College of Systems Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology, and

the organization on Czech side is

- Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague.

The seminar is partially supported by

- Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research's;
- Meiji University Headquarters of International Collaboration; and
- Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences.

**URL of this page:
**http://www.isc.meiji.ac.jp/~cjs/cjs2013/