PASC22 is pleased to remind you that submissions for poster contributions are still open.
PASC22 brings together researchers from different disciplines to learn about each other’s scientific computing methods, tools and results, to inspire new ideas and build new interdisciplinary collaborations.
Poster presentations provide an ideal opportunity for the exchange of ideas and expertise within and between the various computational science domains represented at the conference.
Poster submissions should describe topical research related to scientific computing in the following domains:
- Chemistry and Materials
- Climate, Weather and Earth Sciences (incl. Solid Earth Dynamics)
- Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
- Engineering (incl. but not limited to CFD, computational mechanics, computational engineering materials, turbulent flow, …)
- Humanities and Social Sciences (incl. but not limited to behavioral, economic, legal, political and business sciences, philosophy, languages and the arts)
- 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)
Posters that address aspects emphasizing the Challenge of PASC22 – “Computing and Data… for all Humankind” – and the affiliated topics “Computing for Planet Earth,” “Data Science and Inequality,” and “Epidemiology and Public Health” are particularly welcome.
Authors whose posters are selected for presentation at PASC22 will be given the possibility to “pitch” their posters to the conference audience in a rapid-fire flash session before the scheduled poster session. Posters with the most stimulating content will be recognized in anaward ceremony on the final day of the conference.
Please check the Guidelines for Posters for further information.
- 19 January 2022: Deadline for posters abstracts
- 08 March 2022: Decision notifications
- 01 May 2022: Deadline for submission of poster image (PDF)
In-person participation is preferred and encouraged whenever possible. Poster presenters who do not attend in-person may not be able to present their work during the poster session that is part of the three-day program. The work will be instead displayed in a digital poster exhibition. Further details on the conference format can be found at the following page.
We look forward to receiving your submissions!