History of the PanAmerican Workshops

The objective of these workshops is to create cooperative research activities based on international collaboration and to promote the development of applied and computational mathematics in Latin America. To accomplish these goals, we must bring together practicing applied and computational mathematicians in the Americas to exchange research information, and create a forum for researchers to refine, enhance and implement research activities. The purpose is to continue to center in areas of applied and computational mathematics, such as, computational fluid dynamics, numerical optimization, high-performance computing, grid generation, computer algebra, and dynamical systems aimed to evaluate data related to areas of environmental, social and economic development in the Americas.

PanAmerican Workshop-Applied and Computational Mathematics I, held in Caracas, Venezuela, January 10-15, 1993
PanAmerican Workshop-Applied & Computational Mathematics II,held in Gramado, Brasil, September 8-13, 1997
PanAmerican Workshop-Applied & Computational Mathematics III, held in Trujillo, Peru, April 24-28, 2000
PanAmerican Workshop-Applied & Computational Mathematics IV, held in Cordoba, Argentina, July 1-5, 2002
PanAmerican Workshop-Applied & Computational Mathematics V, held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, June 21-25, 2004

PanAmerican Workshop-Applied & Computational Mathematics VI, to be held in Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico, July 23-28, 2006