SCAN 2000: GAMM-IMACS International Symposium on Scientiﬁc Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics Interval 2000: International Conference on Interval Methods in Science and Engineering Karlsruhe, Germany, September 18–22, 2000 CONFERENCE CHAIR: ULRICH KULISCH, WILFRIED JULING Finally, the conference that many of us have been looking for: a millennium interval conference organized in the place which is, at present, the recognized world center of interval computations and validated numerics research. The conference program started on Tuesday, September 18, with a reception at the City Hall. A City Hall representative told us about the city and its history. Karlsruhe is (by European standards) a very young city: it was founded in 1715. Its university is even younger: this year, it celebrates its 175-th anniversary. In spite of its youth, the university history includes several world known ﬁgures: • Heinrich Hertz who discovered the electromagnetic waves and thus, provided the basis for radio, • Fritz Haber, a Nobel Prize winner who discovered a way to synthesize fertilizers (and thus, to improve the productivity of agriculture), • automobile engineer Carl Benz of Daimler-Benz fame, and many others. This conference was the biggest one in the series of the previous SCAN- and Interval-Conferences. There
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