Call for papers

Abstracts and conference program will be published in a conference booklet.
Procedure of the submission of abstract paper is via online submission system. First complete your registering by the link given under the left-hand tree ( and submit your short abstract. Please upload short abstract as .TeX file
A sample abstract is given below. The deadline of short abstract submission is August 1st, 2016.

Sample Abstract File: template.pdf template.tex




Each participant must submit short abstract before submitting AIP Paper. After submitting your short abstract click to Talks. Then from Actions button select Submit AIP-Paper. 
* The deadline for submission of extended abstracts for publication in the AIP is May 1st, 2016.

* The authors who wants to publish their extended abstracts (4-6 pages) in AIP Proceeding Series should prepare their articles in LaTeX with single-column 8.5 x 11 templates format given below.

* In addition to conference registration fee, authors should pay an extra fee ($ 80) per article. ICAAM Conference do not publish papers in the AIP Conference Proceedings, without payment of the fees. Please pay the publication fee of your work after you have the notification about the acceptance of your paper.

* Extended abstracts should be submitted online. Please upload TeX file, pdf file, figure files (if any) and copyright form as a zip or rar file.

Sample extended abstract file: download.rar
Special Issue on Recent  Advances in  Pure and Applied Mathematics
(Deadline for submissions: Saturday 10 December 2016)  

Filomat  is a free mathematics journal of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics at the University of Nis, Serbia. Filomat  has entered the Science Citation Index (SCI) list in 2011; it  has an impact factor for 2014 is 0.638 (144/312 in Mathematics and and 178/257 in Applied Mathematics on the ISI/SCI  list and 11/20 on Google Scholar in the field of Pure and Applied Mathematics  in 2015).

Special Issue on Recent Advances in Pure and Applied Mathematics is dedicated to the publication of high-quality research papers presented in ICAAM-2016 in the fields of the  pure and applied mathematics and their applications. The special issue will provide a forum for researchers and scientists to communicate their recent developments and to present their original results in various fields of pure and applied mathematics.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Operator theory, Asymptotical Methods, Geometry of Banach spaces, Summability, Statistical summability and statistical approximation, Sequence spaces and fuzzy sequence spaces, Topological properties of the matrix domains, Harmonic analysis, Numerical functional analysis and applications, Computational methods in partial differential equations, Equations of gas and hydrodynamics, Local and nonlocal boundary value problems for PDE, Reaction-Diffusion equations and systems, Identification problems, Control problems, Quantitative theory of differential equations.

(Deadline for submissions: Saturday 10 December 2016)  
Boundary Value Problems is tracked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) and has an Impact Factor of 1.01. The main aim of Boundary Value Problems is to provide a forum to promote, encourage, and bring together various disciplines which use the theory, methods, and applications of boundary value problems. Boundary Value Problems will publish very high quality research articles on boundary value problems for ordinary, functional, difference, elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic differential equations. Articles on singular, free, and ill-posed boundary value problems, and other areas of abstract and concrete analysis are welcome. Boundary Value Problems's open access policy allows maximum visibility of articles published in the journal as they are available to a wide, global audience. Articles that have been especially highly accessed are highlighted with a 'Highly accessed' graphic, which appears on the journal's contents pages and search results.

Boundary Value Problems welcomes submissions to the new Special Collection on "Recent Advances in PDE and their Applications". 

Partial differential equations (PDE) govern many natural phenomena, and play an important role in the progress of engineering and technology. Essentially all  fundamental partial differential equations are very difficult to solve explicitly. The studies of well-posed and ill-posed classical and nonclassical boundary value problems for partial differential equations are driven not only by a theoretical interest, but also by the fact that several phenomena in engineering and various fields of applied mathematics can be modeled and investigated in this way.

The present special issue is devoted to the publication of high-quality research papers presented in ICAAM-2016 in the fields of the construction and investigation of solutions of well-posed and ill-posed boundary value problems for partial differential equations and their related applications.

The special issue will provide a forum for researchers and scientists to communicate their recent developments and to present recent results in theory and applications of partial differential equations.


CAAM is an international journal dedicated to the latest advancement in analysis and applied mathematics. All the manuscripts must be prepared in English, and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Accepted papers will immediately appear online followed by printed hard copies. The journal publishes original papers in various fields of analysis and applied mathematics. CAAM is indexed in several databases such as MathSciNet,Zentralblatt MATH, VINITI (All-Russian Institute of Science & Technological Information). Submissions to CAAM must be made through the journal online system.


As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published in any languages, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in PDF file format. The PDF should include every item listed in the following order:
    1. paper title
    2. author(s) info (affiliation, address, email)
    3. abstract & key words
    4. text: single column
    5. references must be both in text and on reference pages
    6. table captions, if any
    7. figure captions, if any
  3. The source file must be prepared in LaTeX. A sample tex file can be downloaded from the link given below. For running heads, you need to download fancyhdr.sty to your folder. Sample Tex fancyhdr.sty