The International Symposium and Young Scientists School on Mathematical Modelling and Information Systems in Biology, Ecology and Medicine (BIOMATH-95)
was organized by the Research Group for Mathematical Modelling in Biology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and was held in Sofia, Bulgaria from August 23 to 27,
The Conference Programm Committee consisted of Peter Antonelli (Canada), Pierre Auger (France), Yves Cherruault (France), Jean-Luc Gouze (France), Jia Li (USA), Vladislav Krivan (Czech Republic), Philip Maini (UK), Jaroslav Milota (Czech Republic), Willard Miranker (USA), John Norton (UK), Zahari Zlatev (Denmark), and was chaired by the Bulgarian scientists Blagovest Sendov, Roumen Tsanev and Petar Kenderov.
BIOMATH-95 was the first international biomathematical conference to be held in Bulgaria preceded by eight national meetings organized by the Research Group for Mathematical Modelling in Biology. The meeting was attended by 50 scientists from 16 different countries; 35 scientific lectures were presented and 25 papers were submitted for publication. The conference book of abstracts can be downloaded in pdf from the link below.
BIOMATH-95, International Symposium and Young Scientists School on Mathematical Modelling and Information Systems in Biology, Ecology and Medicine, E. Popova, S. Markov, Ch. Ullrich (Eds.), Datecs publ., Sofia, 1995 (ISBN 954-613-005-2)
All submitted papers were peer reviewed and selected papers were published in two scientific journals as special issues and a separate volume as follows:
1. BIOMATH-95, Special issue of the
International Journal of Computers & Mathematics with Applications 32 (11), Dec 1996, (Guest Editors: C. Ullrich, S. Markov, Ed in Chief: E. Y. Rodin).
2. BIOMATH-95, Special issue of the Journal of Universal Computer Science (J. UCS), 2 (2), Feb 1996 (Guest Editors: S. Markov, C. Ullrich, Ed. in Chief: H. Maurer).
3. Lecture Notes on Biomathematics and Bioinformatics'95, (Ed. Michael Candev), DATECS Publ., 114 pages, ISBN 954-613-006-0.