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CTAC 2004 - The 12th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference
A forum on the development and use of computational methods applied to engineering, scientific and other problems. Papers will be in the areas of computational mathematics; development and application of numerical algorithms; numerical modelling of scientific, technical and industrial applications; high performance computing; and other aspects of the computational sciences.
Date: September 27, 2004 - September 29, 2004
Location: The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Web Page: http://www.conferences.unimelb.edu.au/CTAC2004
Contact Email: ctac-2004@unimelb.edu.au
Deadlines: May 31, 2004 (abstract)
Type of Event: Conference, International
 
Description:

Contributed papers are currently being sought in the areas
of computational mathematics; development and application of
numerical algorithms; numerical modelling of scientific,
technical and industrial applications; high performance
computing; and other aspects of the computational sciences
for presentation at the conference.

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The conference program will include keynote addresses from 
the following Invited Speakers:

Prof. Gary Leal, University of California at Santa Barbara
(Computational Studies in Materials Research)

Prof. Mark Cross, University of Greenwich
(Perspective on the current status of CFD)

Prof. Kevin Burrage, The University of Queensland
(Models for Genetic Regulation and their Simulation)

Dr Robert Anderssen, CSIRO
(Inverse Problems)

Prof. Chaoqun Liu, University of Texas at Arlington
(High Performance Computation for DNS/LES)


Prof. Denis Evans
Research School of Chemistry, ANU,  Australia
(The Fluctuation Theorem: Simulation, Theory and Experiment)
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Immediately following the three days (27-29 September) of
invited and contributed presentations there will be two days
of workshops (September 30 - October 1) on the following topics: 

Complex Fluids 
Dispersed multiphase flows
High performance computing
Solidification and Melting

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A refereed proceedings will be published after the
conference in the Electronic Supplement of the ANZIAM
Journal (http://anziamj.austms.org.au/). Acceptance of
papers for inclusion in the proceedings will be determined
by peer review.
 
Event record first posted on November 18, 2003, last modified on April 17, 2004

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