Ninth Conference of the Euro-American Consortium for Promoting the Application of Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences,  Albena, Bulgaria, June 21-26, 2017

We have traditional ties with the publishing arm of the American Institute of Physics (AIP) who was the publisher of the first eight AMiTaNS conferences. The proceedings of the previous AMiTaNS conferences (volumes 1186, 1301, 1404, 1487, 1561, 1629, 1684, 1773) were published online by AIP only three-four months after the end of the respective meeting.  Hoping to reprise these good achievements and extend our collaboration we contracted the proceedings of the 9th and 10th AMiTaNS again with AIP on October 20th 2016.

Each presented talk can be submitted as only one contribution. All papers will be rigorously refereed, and the accepted ones will be published as a volume of the Proceedings series of the American Institute of Physics. The manuscripts must be submitted in AIP conference proceedings format with tentative length of eight 8.5 x 11 inch single-column pages for the regular papers and twelve 8.5 x 11 inch single-column pages for the invited talks. The length of papers said above is optional. According to the publishing policy of AIP the papers can be longer/more substantial without any cost implications. Tutorials, reviews, etc. are welcome as well.

The authors should send as attachments the electronic versions of their final works to the proceedings editors at or or have them on CD or flash memory at the conference. As an exception some papers will be accepted late, but no later than July 31, 2017. This will allow us to ensure the proper reviewing process. The manuscripts must be accompanied by signed Transfer of Copyright form, Permission Requests for Permission to Reprint Published Material form (if any), and Offprint Order form if you wish to order offprints of your paper (if any). All these forms as well as the LaTeX (sample.tex) or MS Word style guides for the 8.5 x 11 inch format (8_point5_x11_single_column_template.dotx) are available on the AIP website at