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Important Dates
July 17, 2013
Registration Deadline

July 22-25, 2013
The 2013 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing

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Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Supercomputing and scientific computing
    • Inversion problems
    • Big Data and scientific computing
    • Monte Carlo methods
    • Mathematical software tools
    • Scientific visualization
    • Computational models
    • Computational fluid dynamics
    • Computational physics
    • Computational chemistry
    • Computational biology
    • Computational electromagnetics & computational electrodynamics
    • Cellular automata
    • Numerical methods and simulation
    • Molecular dynamics
    • Stochastic differential equations
    • Optimization and optimal control
    • Finite element methods
    • Software architectures for scientific computing
    • domain decomposition methods
    • Multi-level and Multi-grid methods
    • Atmospheric science
    • Integral equations
    • Operational research
    • Dynamical systems
    • Coupled problems
    • Nonsymmetric solvers
    • Nonlinear systems & eigenvalue solvers
    • Constraint programming
    • Numerical linear algebra
    • Approximation theory and methods
    • Mathematics and circuit simulation
    • Splines and wavelets and applications
    • Engineering problems and emerging applications
    • Applications of scientific computing in physics, mechanics, chemistry, biology, environmental and hydrology problems, production scheduling, automotive industry, ...
List of The 2013 Co-sponsors will soon be compiled here.


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