The PASC Conference, co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), is committed to fostering interdisciplinary exchange in computational science, with a strong emphasis on methods, tools, algorithms, application challenges, and novel techniques and usage of high performance computing.
The drive to exascale computing, together with new computational paradigms in machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data present opportunities and challenges for traditional HPC users and new user communities.
The PASC20 conference – chaired by Professor Bastien Chopard (University of Geneva, Switzerland) and Professor Sinéad Ryan (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) – invites scientists and researchers to the University of Geneva from June 29 to July 1, 2020 to discuss New Challenges and New Computing Paradigms in scientific computing.
The technical program will feature keynote presentations, papers, minisymposia and poster sessions, a panel discussion, and an interdisciplinary dialogue.
The conference is organized around the following eight scientific domains: Chemistry and Materials, Climate and Weather, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Emerging Application Domains, Engineering, Life Sciences, Physics, and Solid Earth Dynamics.
PASC20 welcomes submissions for paper, minisymposium, and poster contributions. Peer-reviewed papers accepted for the conference will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
* Papers: rolling, next deadlines for consideration for presentation at PASC20: 15 Oct 2019 & 15 Dec 2019
* Minisymposia: expression of interest: 6 Dec 2019; full submission: 17 Jan 2020
* Posters: 24 Jan 2020
Further information on the conference can be found at: https://pasc20.pasc-conference.org/
Access to PASC Proceedings
Papers published in the Proceedings of the PASC Conference are now available in the ACM’s OpenTOC.
The ACM OpenTOC is a unique service that enables Special Interest Groups to open the content from recently held conferences enabling visitors to download the definitive version of the contents from the ACM Digital Library at no charge for a one-year period starting from the first day of the conference.