We are pleased to announce the XXIX IUPAP Conference in Computational Physics (CCP2017), which will be held in Paris from July 9th to July 13th, 2017, in the Jussieu campus (Latin Quarter) of the University Pierre et Marie Curie - Sorbonne.
Abstracts can be submitted on the following topics: Education; Astrophysics; Nuclear, Particle and Fields Physics; Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics; Quantum Many Body Physics; Classical Statistical Mechanics; Fluid Dynamics: from Macro- to Nano-fluidics; Chemical Physics; Soft Matter and Biophysics; Materials Science; Energy Storage and Production; Geosciences and Climate Modeling.
The conference will consists of Plenary Lectures, Topical Symposia with Keynotes, Invited speakers and Oral presentations, as well as Poster sessions. To selected abstract, in particular from junior promising participants, will be given the status of Invited speaker and reduced (student) fee.
The confirmed Plenary Speakers are: Rainer Blatt (Universität Innsbruck); Manuela Campanelli (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA); Cecilia Clementi (Rice University, USA); Giulia Galli (University of Chicago, USA); Eberhard K. U. Gross (Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany); Ulf-G Meiﬂner (Universität Bonn/Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany); Sauro Succi (CNR, Rome, Italy).
until June 1st 2017
from June 1st 2017
Student (reduced) registration
Gala dinner for accompanying person
Registration includes access to the CCP Conference(9-13 July), all scientific sessions, conference materials (book of abstracts), lunch and coffee breaks, the gala dinner, the welcome reception and a certificate of attendance.
Selected young participants, particularly from developing countries, will receive support for attending the conference. Detailed information can be found here.
CCP is a series of conferences held annually under the auspicies of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) on the basis of endorsement by its Commission on Computational Physics (C20). The purpose of the conference series is to bring together computational scientists working in physics and closely related areas to exchange the latest developments in computational techniques and their applications.
The IUPAP 2017 Young Investigator Prize will be awarded on this occasion.