The Conferences INTERNATIONAL MODELLING SCHOOL of AMSE-UAPL (Application to the practical problems in sciences and engineering) work under the aegis of Ukrainian-Polish regional branch of International Association for Advancement of Modeling Simulation Techniques in Enterprises (AMSE-UAPL), which started its activity in Lviv (Ukraine) and Rzeszow (Poland). The AMSE started its activity in Lyon and Grenoble (France) and in Barcelona (Spain). The AMSE organizes a range of activities, including several international Conferences per year, which are intended to address different developments and improvements in the theory of modeling and simulation and their application to practical problems in engineering and science. The AMSE is active from 1981. In early years (1980-1995) AMSE acted under the leadership of well-known prof. G.Mesnard (France). Since 1995 AMSE have been leading by well-known economist, prof. J.Gil Aluja (Spain). Regional branch AMSE-Ukraine was created while working AMSE-Conference in London in 1992. In token of confidence to the new branch the following AMSE-Conference was organized in Lviv (Ukraine) at the turn of September and October 1993. During the AMSE-Conference in Lyon (France) held in July 1994 the resolution passed to add Polish Specialists to AMSE-Ukraine. As the result the united Ukrainian-Polish regional branch of AMSE (AMSE-UAPL) was created. The AMSE-UAPL yearly organize The International Modeling Schools of AMSE-UAPL in beautiful seaside of Alushta, which is located in South Coast of Crimea (Ukraine) in time of the mellow season 12-17 September exactly. High coastal mountain, extremely clean and warm sea, subtropical climate, more fruits, good living conditions create good condition for work and recreation. The regular AMSE-UAPL-Conference was held at sport camp of Lviv Polytechnic National University. The University is one of the oldest educational establishments in Europe. In 1995 it celebrated its 150th anniversary. The area of AMSE-UAPL scientific works concern to theory of electromagnetic circuit with concentrated and distributed parameters, electromagnetic field theory in nonlinear isotropic and anisotropic, movable and immovable media, theory of electric machines and transformers, theory of independent electromechanical systems, dynamic of machines, thermodynamics, natural magnetic levitation, diagnostics by artificial neural networks, theory of algorithms, numerical methods. The scientists of our Branch are solved a lot a matter of principle theoretical problems of mathematic modelling theory first, namely: created the general theory of electric and magnetic skin effect described theory of anisotropy of non-linear media mathematically; solved the problem of conditions on border two immovable and movable media in discrete space; created the theory of parametric sensitivity in electromagnetic field theory; method of accelerated search of steady-state processes in electromagnetic field theory; created the general theory of electromagnetic circuits, including theories of transient, steady-state processes, static stability and parametric sensitivity; taking as a basis electromagnetic circuits theory they proposed new types of mathematical models of electric devises (electric machines, transformers, transducers and rest); the models differ from classical ones by the fact that regardless of the degree of detailed description of the physical process, their differential equations are written in form of Cauchy, significantly simplifying the algorithms their integration. They laid down the basis for creation of algorithms for analysis of transitional and steady-state processes, static stability and parametric sensitivity as one indivisible procedure; successfully implemented in practice the idea of combining of electromagnetic circuit theory and of electromagnetic field theory; taking as the basis this combining was solved a lot important problems of electrodynamics unsolved before and roposed the brandnew very effective class of mathematical models of electric devises, named as semifield mathematical models are created general theory of autonomous complicated electromechanical systems, consisting electrical machines, transformers and other electrical and mechanical devices; elasticity of mechanical objects and their dissipations is accounted by Lagrange's equations and by partial derivative equations; first worked out the principle of building of field mathematical models of electric devices in regime of given electric voltages as it is into practice; the know models was built in regime of given currents, in proposed method the currents belong to unknown quantities what is very important; theoretical corroborated the Kozoriz's effect of natural magnetic levitation taking as a basis the electromagnetic field theory; first proposed the principle of building of auxiliary models of parametric sensitivity; this important result gave the possibility to use the general nonlinear differential equations theory in full volume to analysis of physical objects, including analysis of transitional and steady-state processes, static stability and parametric sensitivity. successfully used the artificial neural networks to diagnostics of engineering devices. Now we successfully solve one of important mathematic modeling of computer simulation of electromagnetic processes in movable nonlinear medium. I state the great gratitude to all Participants of Conferences.
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The Polish scientific Society was founded in 2000 year. President: Prof. K. Buczek The Society functions as branch of Polish Association of Theoretical and Applied Electric Engineering.
On the AMSE-UAPL-Conferences are read 3-5 lectures length to the 1,5 hours. The rest of lectures are presented on Poster session. The prepared Camera-ready (laser printer) articles are brought on the Conference directly and are submitted for review of Conference to secretariat. In case of positive opinion 1-2 month later they will be printed in Proceeding of the Conference as addition to the Technical News journal.