JANO'12, Al-Hoceima 2018

International Conference

12ème édition

Journées d'Analyse Numérique et Optimisation


On behalf of the Organizing Commitee, we are pleased to inform you that the twelfth International Conference "Jounées d'Analyse Numérique et Optimisation (JANO'12)" will be held from 18 to 20 October 2018 at the University Campus (FSTH=Faculty of Science and Technology and ENSAH=National School of Applied Sciences) in Al-Hoceima, Morocco.

The main objective of this scientific meeting is to bring together researchers from different fields of Applied Mathematics, and more particularly researchers working in the field of numerical analysis, optimization, scientific computation and applications. Participants will present and discuss their latest results in these areas. Thus, the twelfth edition of JANO'12 is an opportunity to discuss a number of research topics on recent developments in Applied Mathematics. This edition of the meeting follows eleven previous editions which took place in different Moroccan Universities.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Al-Hoceima (Manarat Al-Moutawassit), one of the most beautiful city in the Moroccan Rif region.

The main topics of the conference are -but are not limited to- :

• Numerical Linear Algebra and Applications.
• Numerical Analysis and Optimization.
• Inverse Problems.
• Numerical methods for PDEs, stochastic PDEs,...
• Meshless methods based on radial basis function for PDEs.
• Stochastical models and Applied Mathematics in Finance area.
• Big Data mining and Data Analysis.
• Numerical methods for PDEs in image processing.


In order to encourage the active participation of attendees, especially from young researchers and Doctoral students, dedicated sessions for short presentations and posters will be held.

All participants interested in contributing to the JANO'12 program through an oral presentation or poster should send the title of their contribution to the following e-mail adress : jano12.hoceima@gmail.com.


Organizing Committee :

Members de l'Equipe de Mathématiques, Approximation et Optimisation (EMAO).