Computational science is an important and urgent field
with multi-disciplinary research. It focuses on algorithms development and implementations
of computing for scientists and engineers. Its impact is already being felt
in many science and engineering disciplines. Current research in computational
science requires multi-disciplinary knowledge, not only in sciences and engineering
but also in cutting-edge technologies of computing. Many science and engineering
explorations rely on mature, efficient computational algorithms and implementations,
practical and reliable numerical methods, and large-scale computation systems.
The theme of this workshop focuses on scientific computations and applications
on Internet, enhancing cyberinfrastructure-based scientific and engineering
collaborations. It provides a great opportunity for non-computer science professionals
traveling from different fields to this conference. This workshop offers academic
researchers, developers, and practitioners an opportunity to discuss various
aspects of computational science and engineering-related computational methods
and problem solving techniques for science and engineering research.
This workshop is the second international workshop. It will be conducted in conjunction with International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2007). The workshop will be guided by the ICCS’s general conference committee and planned and executed by the workshop program committee independently. We hope to attract people from diverse science and engineering disciplines, nationally and internationally, to attend the workshop, present their research results, share their experiences and ideas, and plan future collaborations.
This workshop serves as a great opportunity for academic researchers developers, and practitioners to discuss various aspects of computational methods and problem solving solutions in sciences and engineering research.
Topics of the workshop must relate to Internet-based, application oriented scientific and engineering computations or simulations. They include (but are not limited to):
Information Systems for computational science and engineering
Data mining and search in applications of computational science and engineering
Internet computing for solving computational problems
Cyberinfrastructure computing in science and engineering
Collaborative computations in science and engineering
Cooperative computing in science and engineering
Internet-based learning (eLearning) in computational science and engineering
Internet based graphic user interface design for scientists and engineers
Embedded scientific computing
Wireless computations in science and engineering
Empowered distributed, parallel, P2P, and Grid computing for scientific computations
Full papers submission December 11, 2006
Notification of acceptance February 3, 2007
Camera ready papers February 19, 2007
Early registration opens February 19, 2007
Early registration closes March 30, 2007
Welcome people who want to submit paper(s), or participate workshop program. Appreciations always go to people who voluntarily support, help, and make this event successful. The conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. A selected number of papers will also be published as special issues of appropriate journals. The workshop paper submission is the same as ICCS2007's submission.
Jack Dongarra, Professor, Director of ICL and CITR, University of Tennessee, USA
Ed Sedeil, Prof. & Director, Computational Technology Center, Lousana State Universiyt, USA
Jun Ni, Professor, the Dept. of Computer Science, the Univ. of Iowa, USA; (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shaobin Huang, Professor and Dean, School of Computer Science at Harbin Eng. Univ., China