- Overview of the papers presented at the workshop.
Papers accepted for our workshop have been published in the LNCS volume 4487 (ICCS-2007 proceedings, Part I, pp. 755-954).
Workshop Program is available. We have 5 sessions in 2 days:
Sunday, 27 May 2007
- Welcome Reception: 18:00-20:00
Monday, 28 May 2007
- Block Session 1: 10:50-12:30 W09a
- Block Session 2: 14:50-16:30 W09b
- Block Session 3: 16:50-18:30 W09c
Tuesday, 29 May 2007
- Block Session 5: 14:20-16:00 W09d
- Block Session 6: 17:10-18:50 W09e
See the overall ICCS-2007 Conference Schedule
Instructions for the Speakers:
The total time of one presentation is 20 minutes, including 5 minutes for questions.
All speakers should submit their presentations to the session chair not later than at the beginning of the coffee/lunch break before the session (on a USB memory stick or CD).
If you want to use your personal notebook please test the compatibility and resolution issues as soon as possible, but not later than during the coffee break before the session.
Please let us know if for some reason you can not come and give your talk, or if the presenting person will be different from that listed in the Workshop Program.
Useful information and links:
Book your room with the ICCS reduction rates.
Book your flight: Expedia usually gives fair prices.
Conference venue: The Convention and Exhibition Centre at Jiuhua Spa & Resort, Beijing.
Location: Next to the Six Ring Road, 40-minute drive from the Beijing International Airport.
Jiuhua resort plan.
ICCS venue page.
Simulation of multiphysics and multiscale systems poses a grand challenge to computational science. Most of the real-life systems, vital for industrial applications and academic research, involve interactions amongst a wide range of physical phenomena. In addition to that, the time and length scales of the individual processes involved often differ by orders of magnitude. Numerical simulation of these multiphysics and multiscale problems requires development of sophisticated models and methods for their integration, as well as efficient numerical algorithms and advanced computational techniques.
This workshop, being a follow-up to the highly successful events held at ICCS-2006 in Reading, UK, ICCS-2005 in Atlanta, USA and ICCS-2004 in Krakow, Poland, aims to bring together computational physicists, numerical specialists and computational scientists to push forward this challenging multidisciplinary research field.
Specific topics include (but are not limited to):
- Modeling of multiphysics and/or multiscale systems. Of particular interest are: Monte Carlo methods, particle-based methods, mesoscopic models such as cellular-automata, lattice gas and lattice-Boltzmann methods, computational fluid dynamics and computational solid mechanics;
- Multiphysics and/or multiscale modeling of biological or biomedical systems. This includes computational models of tissue- and organo-genesis, tumor growth, blood vessels formation and interaction with the hosting tissue, biochemical transport and signaling, biomedical simulations for surgical planning, etc.
- Novel approaches to combine different models and scales in one problem solution;
- Challenging applications in industry and academia, e.g. time-dependent 3D systems, multiphase flows, fluid-structure interactions, chemical engineering, plasma physics, material science, biophysics, automotive industry, etc.;
- Advanced numerical methods for solving multiphysics multiscale problems;
- New algorithms for parallel distributed computing, specific to the field.
We cordially invite you to submit a paper presenting the results of original research or innovative practical application in the area of modeling and simulation of multiphysics and multiscale systems.
|Short abstract (1 page):||December 5, 2006 || |At least one author of an accepted paper MUST register and pay registration fee before March 10, 2007 to ensure publication of the paper in the conference proceedings
|Full paper submission: ||January 5, 2007|
|Notification of acceptance: ||February 3, 2007|
|Camera-ready papers: ||February 19, 2007|
|Registration: ||March 10, 2007|
|Conference: ||May 27-30, 2007|
For information on
accommodation, registration, etc. please refer to the
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Bruce Boghosian, Tufts University, USA
Bastien Chopard, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Vince Ervin, Clemson University, USA
Juergen Geiser, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Sergey Gimelshein, University of Southern California, USA
Yuriy Gorbachev, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
Alfons Hoekstra, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jaap Kaandorp, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Satoyuki Kawano, Tohoku University, Japan
Chris Kleijn, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Valeria Krzhizhanovskaya, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Antonio Lagana, University of Perugia, Italy
Hyesuk Lee, Clemson University, USA
James Liu, Colorado State University, USA
John Michopoulos, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA
Tinsley Oden, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Francois Rogier, ONERA-CERT, France
Francois-Xavier Roux, ONERA, France
Peter Sloot, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Shuyu Sun, Clemson University, USA
Dominik Szczerba, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland
Tao Tang, The Hong Kong Baptist University
Ali Turan, The University of Manchester, UK
Alexander Zhmakin, SoftImpact Ltd, Russia