ICCP3-1995           First Circular              Please Post

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    The Third International Conference on Computational Physics

       December 4-8, 1995, Chung-Yuan Christian University

                 Chung-Li, Taiwan

                   Sponsored by

         International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
             Chung Yuan Christian University
               National Central University
          National Center for High-Performance Computing
              Ministry of Education
                National Science Council
                 Physical Society

       On behalf of the local organizing committee, it is a great pleasure to
formally announce that the 3rd International Conference on Computational
Physics (ICCP-3) will be held in Taiwan in 1995. The conference which was
conceived in a natural cave in Guiling, in 1985 and initiated in Beijing
in 1988, is now one of the recognized international conferences of this robust
field.  While historically it was named computational physics, its content in
the second conference which was also held in Beijing in 1993, has gone well
beyond the standard bounds. During the second conference, it was decided that
the venue of the third conference, to be held in 1995, will be Chung-Yuan
Christian University in Taiwan. As in the second conference, the third
conference will also be 5 days, and will include at least the following topics:

           I. Astrophysics and Cosmology
          II. Computations in Atomic and Subatomic Physics
         III. Computations in Condensed Matter Physics
          IV. Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics
           V. Plasma Physics and Fluid Dynamics
          VI. Computer Architecture, Networking, and Algorithms
         VII. Molecular Dynamics and Computational Biology
        VIII. Computer-Aided Physics Education

The city of Chung-Li is about 50 kms southwest from the bustling city of
Taipei, with very convenient rail, bus, and taxi systems connecting the two
cities. It is also very near the international airport. The weather at that
time of the year in Taiwan is extremely pleasant, with day time temperature
around 18 - 22 oC and night time temperature around 14 - 18 oC. All
participants will be housed in local hotels, some are five star quality ones.
We welcome the active participation of all the scientists from the
international community.

Please bring this circular to the attention of your colleagues.

  Samuel C. C. Chang  (CYCU)             (Chair)
  Ming-Chang Huang    (CYCU)             (Executive Secretary)
  San-Kiong Lai       (NCU)
  Samuel Wang         (CYCU)
  Hsiang Chi Tseng    (CYCU)
  Ding Wei Huang      (CYCU)
  Xiao-Ling Han       (CYCU)
  Chin-Sheng Ro       (CYCU)
  Chien-Song Chyang   (CYCU)
  Gloria, Y.W. Chen-Yang (CYCU)
  Jeng-Sheng Huang    (CYCU)
  K. C. Chiu          (CYCU)


  Simon C. C. Lin     (Academia Sinica)
  Chin-Kun Hu       (Academia Sinica)
  Pauchy W. Y. Hwang  (National Taiwan University)
  T.-W. Chiu	      (National Taiwan University)
  San-Kiong Lai       (National Central University)
  Tzihong Chiueh      (National Central University)
  Wei-Hsin Sun	      (National Central University)
  Pik-Yin Lai	      (National Central University)
  Keh-Ying Lin	      (National Tsing Hua University)
  Tsin-Fu Jiang       (National Chiao Tung University)
  S. S. Liaw	      (National Chung Hsin University)
  Hsen Che Tseng      (National Chung Hsin University)
  T. C. Leung	      (National Chung Cheng University)
  Shiow-Fon Tsay      (National Sun Yat-Sen University)
  Jen-Fa Min	      (National Cheng Kung University)
  Ching Cheng	      (National Cheng Kung University)
  C. C. Pai	      (Institute of Nucl. Energy Research)
  Kuo Wei Wu	      (National Center for High-Performance Computing)
  Pao Lu	      (National Center for High-Performance Computing)
  Michael J. Tsai     (National Center for High-Performance Computing)
  Ming-Chang Huang    (CYCU)
  Cheng Li Wu	      (CYCU)
  Hsiang Chi Tseng    (CYCU)
  Ding Wei Huang      (CYCU)


  Da Hsuan Feng,      Drexel University
  Pauchy W. Y. Hwang, National Taiwan University
  Gary Johnson,       George Mason University
  De-Yuan Li,       Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics
  Simon C. C. Lin     Academia Sinica
  Edward Oliver,      Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  Y. Oyanagi,       University of Tokyo
  Michael R. Strayer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  D. Sugimoto,           University of Tokyo
  E. Wong             Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  Tian-Yuan Zhang,    Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics


  Akito Arima          Tokyo
  Paul Bash            Argonne
  David Campbell       Urbana
  Michael Creutz       Upton
  Nguyen Dinh Dang     Hanoi
  D. Frenkel           Utrecht
  Hong-Yuan Fu              Beijing
  Anthony Guttmann     Melbourne
  Bai-Ling Hao              Beijing
  Dieter W. Heermann        Heidelberg
  Richard Isaacson     Washington DC
  David Kahaner        Tokyo
  Michael Klein        Philadelphia
  Kunio Kuwahara       Kanagawa
  Franklin Kuo              Menlo Park
  Choy-Heng Lai        Kent Ridge
  Yuan T. Lee          Taipei
  Tsung Dao Lee        New York
  Michael Levine       Pittsburgh
  Joaquin Marro        Granada
  J. Maruhn            Frankfurt
  Steven A. Orszag     Princeton
  Eric Pitcher              Eagan
  Ping Sheng           Clear-Water-Bay
  Sorin Solomon        Jerusalem
  Michel Vallieres     Philadelphia
  Anthony G. Williams       Adelaide
  S. S. M. Wong        Toronto
  Chen Ning Yang       Stonybrook
  Kenneth Young        Shatin


1.  The Conference is open to anyone who wishes to attend and register.

2.  There will be an exhibition of power computers (e. g. workstations), and
arragements will be made for participants to show slides, movies, and video

3.  The scientific program will be organized based on advice and comments from
the members of the International Advisory Committee and other experts.
There will be plenary and parallel sessions.


The conference proceedings for the Conference will be published. We are
currently negotiating with a publisher.


Contributed papers will be selected on the basis of a 1000 words abstract in
English to be submitted to Dr. Ming-Chang Huang (please see address below),
before March 30, 1995. A sample abstract is attached. An oral presentation
in English of 20 mins including discussion is planned for each contributed
paper. The authors will be notified on May 30th, 1995, on acceptance or
rejection of their paper.


If there are sufficient requests, the organizers will also organize several
poster sessions.


The registration fee will cover the purchase of a copy of the contributions
(which will be distributed at the beginning of the Conference) and various
Conference activities (lunch, banquet, reception, coffee, tea and light
refreshments during breaks, notes and transportation from the airport to
the hotel as well as from the hotel to the conference venue).

If payment is received by Sept. 1st, 1995:

     Participants				US $ 265
     Students (graduate and undergraduate)	US $ 100*

Late registration:

     Participants				US $ 295
     Students (graduate and undergraduate)	US $ 125*

* Does not include a copy of the proceedings, but will include lunch.

	The Third International Conference on Computational Physics

	   December 4-8, 1995, Chung-Yuan Christian University

			   Chung-Li, Taiwan

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If you are interested in this conference, Please return this form as soon as
possible to :

			 Dr. Ming-Chang Huang
     Physics Department, Chung-Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, Taiwan.
			FAX : ++886-3-4563160
		   E-mail: ICCP95@phys730.cycu.edu.tw

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Fluctuations play an especially important role in hot finite nuclear systems.
The use of symmetry - breaking density operators induces  quantum
fluctuations in related conserved quantities.
In the case of the particle number operator the
symmetry-violating inner states are the BCS wave functions and the quantal
fluctuations are characterized by the fluctuations of the gauge angle.
Therefore quantal effects can be taken into account
by employing various kinds of projection methods.
Statistical fluctuations increase as growing temperature and to deal
them, the average quantities such as the average pairing gap, the energy
etc, have been used instead of their most probable value.

\item N. Dinh Dang, Z. Phys. {\bf A335} (1990)\ 253.