The methods of Scientific Computing play an important role in research and engineering applications in the natural and the engineering sciences. The significance and impact of computer algebra methods and computer algebra systems for scientific computing has increased considerably in recent times. During the last decade, a new generation of generalpurpose computer algebra systems such as Mathematica, Maple, MuPAD, Reduce (originated much earlier than ten years ago), Axiom and others have been developed, which enable the user to solve the following three important tasks within a uniform framework of the same systems:
 symbolic manipulation
 numerical computation
 visualization
The ongoing development of such systems, including their adaptation to parallel environments, puts them to the forefront in scientific computing and enables the practical solution of many complex applied problems in the domains of natural sciences and engineering knowledge.
Topics for CASC combine many important questions and methods of scientific computing and the applications of computer algebra, like
 computer algebra and approximate computations
 numerical simulation using computer algebra systems
 parallel symbolicnumeric computation
 problemsolving environments
 symbolicnumeric interface
 Internet accessible symbolic and numeric computation
 construction of approximate solutions of ordinary differential equations and dynamical systems
 symbolicnumeric methods for differentialalgebraic equations
 computer algebra analysis of partial differential equations
 computer algebra based simulations
 algebraic methods for nonlinear polynomial equations and inequalities
 algorithmic and complexity considerations in computer algebra
 computer algebra applications in industry
 applications in natural sciences
The workshop is intended to provide a forum for researchers and engineers in the fields of mathematics, computer science, numerical analysis, industry, etc. An important goal of the workshop is to bring together all these specialists for the purpose of fostering progress on many current questions and problems in advanced scientific computing.

Program Committee 
Conference and Organizing Committee 
 Workshop cochairs
 Vladimir Gerdt (Dubna)
Ernst W. Mayr (Munich)
 Program committee
 Alkiviadis G. Akritas (Volos)
Gerd Baumann (Munich)
HansJoachim Bungartz (Stuttgart)
Andreas Dolzmann (Passau)
Victor Edneral (Moscow)
Victor Ganzha (Munich, cochair)
Simon Gray (Ashland)
Evgenii Grebenikov (Moscow)
Jaime Gutierrez (Santander)
Ilias Kotsireas (Waterloo, Ontario)
Robert Kragler (Weingarten)
Richard Liska (Prag)
Eugenio RoanesLozano (Madrid)
Michal Mnuk (Munich)
Francesco Oliveri (Messina)
Werner Seiler (Mannheim)
Akhmadjon Soleev (Samarkand)
Stanly Steinberg (Albuquerque)
Nikolay Vassiliev (St. Petersburg)
Gilles Villard (Grenoble)
Evgenii Vorozhtsov (Novosibirsk, cochair)
Andreas Weber (Bonn)
Christoph Zenger (Munich)

 Workshop organizing committee
 Werner Meixner (Munich, chair)
Annelies Schmidt (secretary)
 Local organizing committee
 A. Samoilenko (Kyiv, chair)
F.Yakubov (Simferopol, vice chair)
A. Boichuk (Kyiv, secretary)
E. Valiev (Simferopol, secretaryKrim)

