Calendário de Eventos
Georgia Tech - School of Physics, March 19th - 22th, 2019
### Important Dates ###
December 20th, 2018- Deadline for abstracts submission
January 15th, 2019 - Abstracts acceptance
January 31th, 2019 - Deadline for full paper submission
February 10th, 2019 - Paper acceptance
# Conference web-page and Conference information #
- CCIS 2019 web-page:http://www.inpe.br/ccis2019/
- Venue for CCIS 2019: School of Physics of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA, USA).
- Period: 19-22/March/2019
# Overview #
The Conference of Computational Interdisciplinary Science (CCIS 2019) aims to be a meeting for researchers and students working in areas of science using scientific computing. It is an initiative of the Pan-American Association on Computational Interdisciplinary Sciences (PACIS). Although there are other forums that discuss related topics, such as Applied Mathematics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Physics, the CCIS 2019 seeks, in an innovative way, a broader dialog, which is inherently inter- and multidisciplinary, where researchers from different fields can share their experiences and find solutions to their computational problems.
The conference program consists of keynote lectures, contributed sessions and tutorials on Computational Mathematics, Computational Physics and Astronomy, Computational Chemistry, Computational Biology, and computacional issues in geosciences. Topics like computational methods applied in Space and Environmental Sciences, Technology, Innovation and Economy are also in the conference scope.
Contributions can be oriented toward applications of computational methods, algorithms, numerical simulations and high-performance computing (HPC) in Science and Technology. The official language for the conference, including presentations and submissions, is English.
CCIS 2019 will focus on the following topics:
GPU/GPGPU scientific computing;
Computational Grid Applications;
Cloud Computing and e-Science;
Frontiers of Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics;
Frontiers of Computational Chemistry & Biology;
Computational Data Analysis, Simulation and Modeling;
Validation in Astrophysics and Cosmology;
Scientific Computing in Computer Science;
Environmental Sciences and Geography Modeling;
Big Data, Data Science, and Data Mining;
Parallel Numerical Algorithms;
Libraries for Numerical Computations;
Languages, Tools and Environments for Programming Numerical Algorithms;
Applications of Numerical Algorithms in Science and Technology;
Scientific Computing in Science and Engineering;
Software Engineering for Scientific Applications;
Soft-computing for Scientific Applications;
Applications of Computer Science;
Optimization and inverse problems;
Uncertainty quantification and data assimilation.
We are waiting for you in Atlanta!
Flavio Fenton (GeogiaTech) and Haroldo F. de Campos Velho (INPE)
From the CCIS-2019 Organizing Committee
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