The Romanian Society of Applied and Industrial Mathematics and "Mircea cel Batran" Naval Academy organize the 17th Conference on Applied and Industrial Mathematics - CAIM 2009. The Conference will take place in Constanta, between the 17th and 20th of September, 2009.
THE ROMANIAN SOCIETY OF APPLIED AND INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS (ROMAI) was founded in 1992. It is a non-profit scientific association, whose members are mathematicians, physicists, engineers, chemists, biologists, economists and other scientists from Romania, Republic of Moldova and some other countries. ROMAI encourages studies on applied mathematics and organizes annually the Conference on Applied and Industrial Mathematics (CAIM), since 1993.
The NAVAL ACADEMY traces its origin back to 1872, in the Flotilla School, established according to a Decision of the Ministry of War. During the study, this institution trained officers and non-commissioned officers who carried on different functions aboard ships of the Romanian Navy and Merchant Fleet. Through the government decisions of April 23 and May 17, 1990, the Academy was organized on new principles, thus being established the "Mircea cel Batran" Naval Academy. It is worth mentioning that the Academy has open worldwide relationships and is permanently preoccupied to maintain co-operation with similar institutions, military fleets and personalities all over the world.
Starting 1990 there have been organized over 30 such activities with: The Naval Academy in Annapolis and The Military Academy in "West Point" (U.S.A.), The Royal Naval College and The General Staff of the Merchant Marine College (Great Britain), The Royal Naval College (Holland), The Military Naval School in Murwick (Germany), The Royal Naval College in Den Helder (Holland), The Naval Academy in Livorno (Italy), The School of Application, The Instruction Centre and The Naval School in Brest (France), The Military Naval School in Istanbul (Turkey), The Naval Academy in Varna (Bulgaria), The Naval School in Pontevedra (Spain) etc.