The Thirteenth UK Conference on Boundary Integral Methods (UKBIM13) will be held this year at University of Aberdeen. Mathematicians, scientists and engineers who are interested in the theory and application of boundary integral methods are encouraged to participate.
Authors are invited to submit one-page abstract via following E-mail.
31th March 2023 – Submission of a one page abstract
14th April 2023 – Notification of acceptance
28th April 2023 – Submission of a full paper
14th May 2023 – Notification of acceptance/revision of the paper
30th May 2023 – Final papers due
10th-11th July 2023 – Conference
To follow soon (the Conference fee will be under 100 GBP and the bursaries for PhD students based in the UK shall be available).
Dr D. Chappell (Nottingham Trent University)
Dr C. Fresneda-Portillo (Oxford Brookes University)
Dr P. J. Harris (University of Brighton)
Prof K. Chen (University of Liverpool)
Prof D. Lesnic (University of Leeds)
Dr O. Menshykov (Aberdeen University)
Prof S. Mikhailov (Brunel University)
Prof J. Trevelyan (Durham University)
Prof L. Wrobel (Brunel University)
Local Organising Committee
Dr Oleksandr Menshykov (Chair), Dr Marina Menshykova
Over the past 50 years, boundary integral methods have become established for solving a wide variety of problems in science and engineering. UK based researchers have been active and made substantial contributions in the theory and development of boundary integral formulations, as well as their analysis, discretisation and numerical solution. The UKBIM conference series aims to provide a forum where recent developments in boundary integral methods can be discussed in an informal atmosphere. The first UK conference on boundary integral methods (UKBIM) was held at the University of Leeds in 1997. Subsequent UKBIM conferences have taken place in Brunel (1999), Brighton (2001), Salford (2003), Liverpool (2005), Durham (2007), Nottingham (2009), Leeds (2011), Aberdeen (2013), Brighton (2015), Nottingham (2017) and Oxford Brookes (2019). The success of these events has made the conference a regular event for researchers based in the UK, and elsewhere, who are working on all aspects of boundary integral methods.