16th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference
The 16th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference
Sunday, 23 September to Wednesday, 26 September 2012
The Mathematical Sciences School at the Queensland University of Technology invites you to participate in the 16th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC) to be held from 23-26 September 2012 at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
CTAC 2012 is a conference on computational mathematics; scientific, technical, and industrial applications; and high performance computing.
Plenary Speakers [Copy of their presentations in parentheses below]
- Professor Peter Bartlett, (presentation pdf 1.2Mb) Mathematical Sciences School, Queensland University of Technology
- Professor Markus Hegland, (presentation pdf 2.5Mb) Centre for Mathematics and its Applications, Mathematical Sciences Institute, Australian National University
- Professor Ralf Metzler, (presentation pdf 12.3Mb) Institute for Physics & Astronomy, University of Potsdam
- Professor Valeria Simoncini, (presentation pdf 1.4Mb)) Department of Mathematics, Universita di Bologna
- Associate Professor Richard Tsai, (presentation pdf 10.5Mb) Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, The University of Texas
- Professor Stephen Wright, (presentation pdf 0.75Mb) Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin
Important dates to note
Early bird registration closing date: 31 August 2012
The deadline for abstract submission: 20 August 2012
Non-student: AUD $450 (early bird), AUD $550 (late)
Student: AUD $200 (early bird), AUD $250 (late)
Retiree: AUD $250 (early bird), AUD $300 (late)
Financial support for students is available through ANZIAM CSIRO student support scheme.
A refereed proceedings will be published after the conference in the Electronic Supplement of the ANZIAM Journal. This will be subject to the usual rigorous ANZIAM J. refereeing process.
About CTAC meetings
CTAC is organised by the special interest group in computational techniques and applications of ANZIAM, the Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Division of the Australian Mathematical Society. The meetings provide an interactive forum for researchers interested in the development and use of computational methods applied to engineering, scientific and other problems. The CTAC meetings have been taking place biennially since 1981, the most recent being held in 2010 at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales.
For more information, please contact the conference convenor at:
Telephone: +61 7 3138 2857