Organizing Committee:  Chairman D. Graillot, Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines; M. Batton-Hubert, Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines; Ph. Le Grand, Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines; Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Univ. of Minnesota; Mr. H. Vaillant; Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines
Scientific Committee:  Dr. M. Batton-Hubert, Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines; Dr. M. Bakker, Univ. Nebraska; Dr. R.J. Barnes, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. W.J. de Lange, RIZA (NL); Dr. G. de Marsily, Univ. Paris; Dr. I. Jankovic, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. H.M. Haitjema, Indiana Univ.; Dr. A. Kacimov, Sultan Qaboos Univ (Oman); Dr. W. Kinzelbach, Institut fur Hydromechanik und Wasserwirtschaft (CH); Ph. Le Grand,  Ecole Superieure Nationale des Mines; Dr. M. Razack, Univ de Poitiers (FR); Dr. D. Steward, David R. Steward Consulting; Dr. D. Graillot, Ecole Superieure Nationale; Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. Vauclin, Institut National Polytechnique d Grenoble-CNRS-L.T.H.E. Grenoble (FR)

Mathematics for improvement of AEM

G.Dagan, A. Fiori, I. Jankovic, Flow and transport through two-dimensional media of binary conductivity distribution
H. Haitjema, A fast direct solution method to non-linear equations in an analytic element model
Ph. Le Grand, Accurate line-elements of high degree without over-specification
R.J. Barnes, O.D.L. Strack, A transient aera-sink composed of line elements
V. Devigne, M. Batton-Hubert, D. Graillot, T. Clopeau, Simulating groundwater and vortical flows using a non-conforming approximation of Darcy's and Stokes problem

2-D and 3-D Modeling

O.D.L. Strack, R.J. Barnes, Combining three-dimensional and two-dimensional analytic elements in general settings
I. David, Analytical element method for modeling coupled groundwater flow generated by drains and partially penetrating wells
O.D.L. Strack, A. Verruijt, Vertically integrated flows and the Dupuit-Forchheimer approximation
I. Jankovic, R. Suribhatla, M. Bakker, and K. Bandilla, A new analytic element solution for steady two-dimensional groundwater flow with many elliptical inclusions.

Comparison of Techniques

J.R. Craig, K. Bandilla, I. Jankovic, Iterative solution for the analytic element method: recent computational advances and object-oriented design.
A. Fiori, I. Jankovic, G. Dagan, Flow in natural aquifers at the regional scale: analysis of a second moments of flow variables
X.S. Yang, Modeling transient groundwater flow using the genetic algorithm and the analytic element method
A. Moreno, Matching groundwater flow model

Case Studies and Applications to Water Resources Management

D.R. Steward, Mainstreaming the analytic element method through GIS technolgy.
T.S. Sarris, M. Tolika, E.K. Paleologos, Quantification of the effect of infiltration rate in the Savannah river site, SC using analytic elements.
A. Zeru, G. Shafer, Uncertainties in locating DNAPL plume: combined numerical-analytical studies
S.R. Kraemer, The maturity of analytic element groundwater modeling as a research program (1980-2003), extended abstract

Regional and Local Models

K.E. Stoepker, W.J. de Lange, A regional groundwater model in the Danish-German border area
W.J. de Lange, Building sectional models with analytic elements
F. Dauvergne, D. Mimoun, D. Graillot, Comparison between finite differences methods and AEM for groundwater modeling a local aquifer in France (Loire)


S. Lanini, V. Petit, J.D. Rinaudo, Sociohydrosystem lumped modelling for Integrated Water Resources Management. Middle Herault valley (France)
M. Kumar, M.S., V.S. Soraganvi, Finite analytic numerical model for unsaturated flow and transport