WWCSE
©2006 WWCSE
upd: 22/02/2006
BOOK

WHO'S WHO
IN
COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
2005-2006

Who’s Who in Computational Science and Engineering includes the biographical details and achievements of nearly 1500 key researchers and practitioners in computational science and engineering. This includes computational mechanics, applied mathematics, computer science and artificial intelligence. Fields of application include: aerospace, aeronautical, chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical and structural engineering.

This volume includes a key word index to identify expertise in specific fields.

A country index enables the identification of those researchers working in a specified country.

Saxe-Coburg Publications: ISBN 1-874672-18-0
hardback edition: 92 GBP
publication date: March 2006
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Each entry includes information using a selection of the following headings.

• full name
• title
• qualifications
• research fields
• education
• achievements
• past posts
• current post
• publications
• current affiliation
• memberships
• email

PREFACE FOR THE FIRST EDITION

Welcome to the first edition of Who's Who in Computational Science and Engineering (WWCSE). This directory includes the biographical details and achievements of nearly 1500 key researchers and practitioners in computational science and engineering. The entries in this volume define a wide area of research and development, combined with other professional activity, which is at the interface of computer science, engineering, mathematics and science. As computers play an increasing role in all areas of science and engineering the Community continues to increase. We therefore see a positive need for future editions of WWCSE.

This directory includes a useful keyword index and a country index, to enable users to locate the details of other key researchers in a particular field or country. At the very least it provides readers with a useful address book as well as a great deal of interesting and up-to-date information concerning the careers of new and established members of the Community.

We would like to thank all those who provided us with details of their entry and, in particular, those who then checked the proof of their entry prior to publication. For details of how to nominate new members of the Computational Science and Engineering Community for inclusion in further editions please see the WWCSE website: www.wwcse.com

The Editors
Kippen, Stirlingshire
Scotland, UK
February 2006

SAMPLE PAGE

A sample page from the first edition of WWCSE.