SciCADE 2017 comes to Bath

SciCADE is a long-running conference series that focuses on SCIentific Computing And Differential Equations. It meets every two years, and has recently been held in Nagoya (Japan, 2005), Saint-Malo (France, 2007), Beijing (China, 2009), Toronto (Canada, 2011), Valladolid (Spain, 2013), and Potsdam (Germany, 2015).  The University of Bath will host the next SciCADE from 11th to 15th September 2017. We’ve put together an exciting programme, featuring the following plenary speakers

We also have mini-symposium on a wide range of topics, with the following confirmed

  1. Time-dependent partial differential equations
  2. Geometric integration
  3. Time-stepping methods for ODEs
  4. Inverse problems and data assimilation
  5. Algebraic and combinatoric approaches
  6. Dynamics
  7. Molecular dynamics
  8. High-dimensional problems
  9. Adaptivity and moving meshes
  10. Image processing
  11. Geophysics
  12. Differential algebraic equations
  13. Computational chemistry
  14. Stochastic systems
  15. Computational biology and medicine
  16. Time-dependent boundary integral equations
  17. Numerical methods for surface PDEs
  18. Geometrical numerical integration of fluid and plasma flows

The prestigious Dahlquist prize for research in numerical solution of differential equations and numerical methods for scientific computing is also announced at the conference. Past winners include Jesus Maria Sanz-Serna, Andrew M. Stuart, Linda R. Petzold, Christian Lubich, Sebastian Reich, Desmond J. Higham, Robert McLachlan, Eric Vanden-Eijnden, Steven J. Ruuth, Assyr Abdulle, and most recently Erwan Faou.

We welcome contributed talks and posters. We are pleased to announce that SIAM UKIE is supporting SciCADE 2017 by offering a prize for the best poster.

Registration for SciCADE 2017 is now open. For further details and registration, see

We look forward to seeing you in Bath!

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