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Presentations from the Conference
Most of the invited speaker presentations and a selection of minisymposia presentations from the 2011 Conference on Computational Science & Engineering have been captured and are available as slides with synchronized audio. In addition there are PDF’s of the slides available for printing. View presentation slides with synchronized audio.
POSTER DEADLINE EXTENDED to January 31, 2011
Contributed presentations in poster format are invited in all areas consistent with the conference themes. Presentations involve the use of non-electronic visual aids for mounting on a 4' x 8' poster board. In addition, this conference will feature a plenary “Poster-Blitz” session. Each poster presenter will be given a one-minute time slot to talk about and advertise the work preceding the poster session. For participating in the blitz session, each submission of a poster must include exactly two slides (no exceptions!) in PDF-format that will be displayed during the Poster-Blitz. Presenters of accepted posters will be contacted with instructions of where to submit slides.
Additional submissions for poster presentations are being accepted through January 31, 2011. Accepted submissions will not appear in the final printed program but will appear online. Interested parties should submit using the online submission site. Note this submission site is for poster submissions only. Submissions of any other type will not be acknowledged. This deadline will not be extended.
Note: Extended deadline is for poster submissions only. No additional minisymposium proposals or lecture submissions are being considered.
Participants are encouraged to consider submitting posters as alternatives to contributed talks. CS&E-11 will feature a plenary “Poster-Blitz” session. Each poster presenter will be given a one-minute time slot to talk about and advertise the work preceding the poster session. For participating in the blitz session, each submission of a poster must include exactly two slides (no exceptions!) in PDF format that will be displayed during the Poster-Blitz.
Padma Raghavan, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Ulrich Ruede, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Takayuki Aoki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Weizhu Bao, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Technische Universität München, Germany
Xiangmin (Jim) Jiao, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
Kirk E. Jordan, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
George Karypis, University of Minnesota, USA
Manfred Krafczyk, Technische Universitaet Braunschweig, Germany
Hans Petter Langtangen, Simula Research Laboratory and University of Oslo, Norway
Lois Curfman McInnes, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Rob Schreiber, Hewlett Packard Laboratories, USA
Valeria Simoncini, University of Bologna, Italy
Karen Willcox, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Carol Woodward, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
Computational Science and Engineering (CS&E) is now widely accepted, along with theory and experiment, as the critical third pillar of scientific discovery. It is indispensable for leading edge investigation and engineering design in a vast number of industrial sectors, including for example, aerospace, automotive, biological chemical, and semiconductor technologies that all rely increasingly on advanced modeling and simulation. CS&E has also become essential at government agencies for informing policy and decisions relating to human health, resources, transportation, and defense. Finally, in many new areas such as medicine, the life sciences, management and marketing (e.g. data- and stream mining), and finance, techniques and algorithms from CS&E are of growing importance.
CS&E is by nature interdisciplinary. Its goals concern understanding and analyzing complex systems, predicting their behavior, and eventually optimizing processes and designs. CS&E thus grows out of physical applications, while depending on computer architecture, and having at its core powerful algorithms. At the frontiers of CS&E there remain many open problems and challenges, including for example, the validation and verification of computational models especially in the presence of uncertainties and the analysis and assimilation of very large data sets, including techniques for visualization and animation.The SIAM CS&E conference seeks to enable in-depth technical discussions on a wide variety of major computational efforts on large problems in science and engineering, foster the interdisciplinary culture required to meet these large-scale challenges, and promote the training of the next generation of computational scientists.
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the U.S. National Science Foundation for its support of this conference.
CS&E Applications in
disciplinary areas such as physics, chemistry, biology, etc.
multi-disciplinary and emerging areas
Modeling and Simulation
multi-physics and multi-scale problems
molecular and particle based methods
discrete and event driven models
validation and verification
Numerical and Combinatorial Algorithms for CS&E
Data driven CS&E
data analysis and data mining
visualization and computational steering
Software and Performance Engineering
problem solving environments
hardware aware algorithms and program optimization
multi-core architectures and hardware accelerators
challenges at the peta- and exascale
August 23, 2010: Minisymposium proposals
August 30, 2010: Abstracts for contributed and minisymposium speakers
TRAVEL FUND APPLICATION DEADLINE
September 13, 2010: SIAM Student Travel Award and Post-doc/Early Career Travel Award Applications
January 31, 2011: Disconnect time is 4:00 PM EDT
HOTEL RESERVATION DEADLINE
February 7, 2011