Special Issue "High-Performance Computing 2020"
A special issue of Mathematical and Computational Applications (ISSN 2297-8747).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2020).
Interests: electrophysiological modelling; high-performance computing; scientific computing
Interests: numerical methods for PDEs; computational mechanics; computational electrodynamics; multi-grid methods; domain decomposition methods; FEM, IGA, BEM; parallel computing
Interests: many-core parallelization as on GPUs; fast optimization; adaptive multilevel methods in optimal shape design; parallel algorithms; domain decomposition methods; multilevel methods (a simple benchmark); algebraic multigrid; many-particle simulations; Eikonal solver; meshing
Interests: numerical analysis; differential equations; engineering mathematics; geometry
Interests: applications of plasma physics; characterisation of surfaces; tribology
Interests: computational statistical mechanics; molecular simulation; chaotic dynamics of classical many-particle systems; chemical reactions; behavior of nanoscale matter
The Special Issue will mainly consist of selected papers presented at “Austrian HPC Meeting 2020” (https://ahpc2020.ist.ac.at/). Papers considered to fit the scope of the journal and to be of sufficient quality after evaluation by the reviewers will be published free of charge.
High-performance computing (HPC) operates at the limits of computationally feasible problems, and helps to conquer new territories of science. Learning about current limitations and exchanging ideas on how to address these issues is key for the further development in scientific and technological competitiveness. This Austrian HPC Meeting will be an excellent opportunity to present and learn about the latest research results, and to exchange ideas between the users and providers of HPC resources.
Dr. Alois Schlögl
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Langer
Prof. Dr. Gundolf Haase
Prof. Dr. Alexander Ostermann
Prof. Dr. Herbert Störi
Prof. Dr. Christoph Dellago
Manuscript Submission Information
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