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Finsler and Lagrange Geometries: Proceedings of a Conference Held on August 26 31, Ia I, Romania Mihai Anastasiei

Finsler and Lagrange Geometries: Proceedings of a Conference Held on August 26 31, Ia I, Romania

Mihai Anastasiei

Published December 1st 2010
ISBN : 9789048163250
Paperback
324 pages
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In the last decade several international conferences on Finsler, Lagrange and Hamilton geometries were organized in Bra ov, Romania (1994), Seattle, USA (1995), Edmonton, Canada (1998), besides the Seminars that periodically are held in Japan andMoreIn the last decade several international conferences on Finsler, Lagrange and Hamilton geometries were organized in Bra ov, Romania (1994), Seattle, USA (1995), Edmonton, Canada (1998), besides the Seminars that periodically are held in Japan and Romania. All these meetings produced important progress in the field and brought forth the appearance of some reference volumes. Along this line, a new International Conference on Finsler and Lagrange Geometry took place August 26-31,2001 at the Al.I.Cuza University in Ia i, Romania. This Conference was organized in the framework of a Memorandum of Un derstanding (1994-2004) between the Al.I.Cuza University in Ia i, Romania and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. It was especially dedicated to Prof. Dr. Peter Louis Antonelli, the liaison officer in the Memorandum, an untired promoter of Finsler, Lagrange and Hamilton geometries, very close to the Romanian School of Geometry led by Prof. Dr. Radu Miron. The dedica tion wished to mark also the 60th birthday of Prof. Dr. Peter Louis Antonelli. With this occasion a Diploma was given to Professor Dr. Peter Louis Antonelli conferring the title of Honorary Professor granted to him by the Senate of the oldest Romanian University (140 years), the Al.I.Cuza University, Ia i, Roma nia. There were almost fifty participants from Egypt, Greece, Hungary, Japan, Romania, USA. There were scheduled 45 minutes lectures as well as short communications.