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The proceedings of ICDEA'2015 will be published in a regular issues of Opuscula Mathematica see website according to the high standards exercised by the journal.
Submissions should be directed to prof. Marek Galewski with indication that these are ICDEA (possibly distantly related) papers.
Since we do not intend to compose a special issue there is no deadline for submissions on the understanding that late submissions should be directed to the Editorial Office.

The International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications

The twenty first International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications will be held in the Bialystok University of Technology (Białystok, Poland) from July 19 to 25, 2015. The conference is organized by the Bialystok Branch of the Polish Mathematical Society, under the auspices of the International Society of Difference Equations (ISDE).

The purpose of the conference is to bring together experts and novices in the theory and applications of difference equations, broadly defined, and discrete dynamical systems. The plenary speakers are experts chosen from the many areas of difference equations and experts on dynamical systems. Contributed talks are welcome and will be considered. During the conference, there will be organised a special session for PhD students.

The previous conferences were held in the cities of Wuhan (China) in 2014, Muscat (Oman) in 2013, Barcelona (Spain) in 2012, Trois-Rivieres (Quebec, Canada) in 2011, Riga (Latvia) in 2010, Estoril (Portugal) in 2009, Istanbul (Turkey) in 2008, Lisbon (Portugal) in 2007, Kyoto (Japan) in 2006, Munich (Germany) in 2005, Los Angeles California, USA) in 2004, Brno (Czech Republic) in 2003,Changsha (China) in 2002, Augsburg (Germany) in 2001, Temuco (Chile) in 2000, Poznan (Poland) in 1998, Taipei (Taiwan) in 1997, Veszprém (Hungary) in 1995 and San Antonio (Texas, USA) in 1994.

Białystok is the biggest city of the North-East part of Poland. It is a home of three public universities and several private colleges. Bialystok is surrounded by four national parks, of which the Bialowieza National Park is one of the most famous parks in Poland and the Biebrza National Park is the biggest one. Bialystok is the capital of the Podlasie province, which, besides unspoiled nature, offers rich culture with ethnic and religious diversity.