THE 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
August 15-18, 2002, Guilin, China
A SATELLITE MEETING OF ICM-2002
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Program Committees Registration Accommodation Form

ORGANIZED BY : THE CHINESE SOCIETY OF BIOMATHEMATICS, CMS
HOSTED BY: GUANGXI NORMAL UNIVERSITY, GUILIN, CHINA

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Mathematical biology is an emerging interdisciplinary science that closely tied to life sciences and
mathematics. It covers a wide range of fields and attracts a growing attention of many expertise
and researchers. The 21st century promises a new era of rapid growth of modern life science and
biotechnology. The conference to be held at the beginning of the century will provide a unique
opportunity for the researchers to present their latest views and achievements in their scientific
research areas and obtain cutting edge information of science and technology. The objective of
this conference is to promote academic exchanges that will further high level research in the field
of mathematical biology and facilitate the development of modern technology in applications relevant
to the world economy, social development and the environmental protection.

About Guilin

Guilin (meaning "Forest of Osmanthus Trees") has a history of more than 2000 years. It derives its
name from the Osmanthus trees found all over the city. Guilin is a world-famous city with beautiful
scenery and historical relics. The old saying says that mountains and rivers in Guilin are the most
picturesque on earth.

Guilin has a mild climate and is good for travelling all year round. It is characterized by its grotesque
peaks, strange caves, unique folk custom and rich cultural relics. Out of their admiration of its beauty,
numerous state leaders and prominent figures from all over the world have come to Guilin to see the
most beautiful scenery .In the recent public appraisal throughout P.R. China, Guilin is rated as the
No. 2 tourist attraction among China's ten best scenic spots and forty tourist resorts.

Deadline for the abstract: MAY 31, 2002.