This workshop is intended to cover recent developments (algorithms, programs, packages, extensions, new tools, etc.) for computer algebra systems (CAS). Emphasis will be placed upon the applications of these systems for solving problems in science and engineering. Thus, we accept papers describing research on actual or possible applications of CAS and techniques to other fields (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Education, Industry, etc.).

A very remarkable feature of CAS is their capability to handle
symbolic, numerical and graphical tasks within a uniform framework.
Papers exploring the interaction of these CAS symbolic, numerical and
graphical tools to
solve complex problems as well as papers describing strategies to
combine
CAS with other programs and/or packages are also welcome.

Finally, an exciting new feature of many CAS is the possibility to perform calculations by using remote kernels connected via Internet. Papers discussing the use of this new technology will also be considered.

The topics to be addressed include (but are not limited to):

- computer algebra applications to Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,
Engineering, Biology, Computer Science, Social Sciences, Arts,
Entertainment,
Architecture, etc.

- symbolic-numerical computations using computer algebra systems
- computer algebra systems and Internet
- industrial applications of computer algebra
- problem-solving environments
- symbolic-numeric interface
- computer algebra systems in Education

- computer algebra based simulations
- new computer algebra developments (packages, notebooks, etc.)
- new symbolic computation algorithms
- new issues in symbolic computation