The goal of the PASC Conference Papers Program is to advance the quality of scientific communication between the various disciplines of computational science and engineering in the context of HPC. The program was built from an observation that the computer science community traditionally publishes in the proceedings of major international conferences, while domain science communities publish primarily in disciplinary journals – and neither of which is read regularly by the other. The PASC Conference provides a unique venue that enables interdisciplinary exchange in a manner that bridges the two scientific publishing cultures.
The technical program of PASC21 is organized around eight scientific domains:
- Chemistry and Materials
- Life Sciences (incl. but not limited to biophysics, genomics, bioinformatics, systems biology, neuroscience and computational biology, …)
- Physics (incl. but not limited to astrophysics, cosmology, plasma modelling, QCD, …)
- Climate and Weather
- Solid Earth Dynamics
- Engineering (incl. but not limited to CFD, computational mechanics, computational engineering materials, turbulent flow, …)
- Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
- Emerging Application Domains (incl. but not limited to social sciences, finance, …)
PASC21 solicits high-quality contributions of original research related to scientific computing in all of these domains.
Papers accepted for PASC21 are presented as talks and published by ACM in the Proceedings of the PASC Conference. In recognition of the high quality of the papers program, the ACM provides the proceedings as an OpenTOC without any pay-wall constraints. Papers of particular merit, especially those with strong interdisciplinary impact, may be given the opportunity of a plenary presentation. Additional opportunities exist for publishing extended papers with partner journals.
Deadline: 13 December 2020 (NO EXTENSIONS!)
For additional information, please refer to pasc21.pasc-conference.org/submission/guidelines-for-papers/.
Papers Program Committee
The Papers Program Committee for PASC21 is co-chaired by Kate Evans (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US) and Damian Rouson (Sourcery Institute, US). We are grateful to all domain chairs, committee members and external reviewers for their support.
Stephan Irle (Chemistry and Materials; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US)
Clemence Corminboeuf (Chemistry and Materials; EPFL, Switzerland)
Anotida Madzvamuse (Life Sciences; University of Sussex, UK)
Suzanne Lenhart (Life Sciences; University of Tennessee, US)
Katrin Heitmann (Physics; Argonne National Laboratory, US)
Axel Huebl (Physics; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US)
Oliver Fuhrer (Climate and Weather; Vulcan Inc., US)
Samantha Adams (Climate and Weather; Met Office, UK)
Monica Maceira (Solid Earth Dynamics; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US)
Andreas Fichtner (Solid Earth Dynamics; ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Alvaro Coutinho (Engineering; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Rachel Slaybaugh (Engineering; UC Berkeley, US)
Laura Grigori (Computer Science and Applied Mathematics; INRIA Paris, France)
Sameer Shende (Computer Science and Applied Mathematics; University of Oregon, US)
Yan Liu (Emerging Application Domains; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US)
WenWen Li (Emerging Application Domains; Arizona State University, US)
A full list of committee members is available at pasc21.pasc-conference.org/about/papers-program-committee/.