- Challenging Nonlinear Puzzles through Computational Method and Computing Technology -|
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Nonlinearity is a general phenomenon in universe which leads to challenging problems in various areas of researches. In most cases, the problems are resolved by making use of computational methods and computing technologies. The conference is intended to gather researchers and scientists from such areas to discuss the problems and solutions, to share their experience with nonlinear phenomena and to give direction for future research in the field.
This conference is the first one of which two anual events organized by the consortium under the Indonesian Computational Society - MKI since 2004 : Workshop on Computational Science (WCS) and Workshop on Nonlinear Phenomena (WNP), is merged. Moreover, in addition to the traditional areas of both workshops, the scope is extended to cover the computing tools supporting computational science to overcome the nonlinear problems.
Following the tradition at WCS and WNP, we welcome students to attend and participate actively, since the conference is mostly intended to provide recent knowledges on related topics that would be useful for both students and junior academicians. The students are also encouraged to present their recent works. The organizer plans to provide Student Award for the best presenter among the students.
We also provide a space for few booths for exhibitions and poster session. No fee is required for the exhibitors. Please contact the Organizer through email if you are interested in exposing your organizations or activities related to this conference.
The conference is focused on the recent topics on nonlinear phenomena and how the computational methods and computing technologies could contribute to resolve the problems. The scope covers, but not limited to, the following areas :
|Nonlinear science :|
- Chemistry (reaction, ...)
- Engineering (fluid, structure, ...)
- Geophysics (atmospheric, hidrology, climate, ...)
- Material Science
- Mathematics (chaos, cellular automata, ...)
- Physics (quantum chaos, optics, ...)
|Computational science :|
- Data analysis
- Model fitting
- Numerical simulation
|Computing science :|
- Computing tools (macro, library, ...)
- Data mining
- High performance computing
- Parallel processing
The workshop consists of several review talks on the latest and hot topics in particular subjects, and several short talks. Review talks are based on invitation, while the short talks are based on contributed papers.