The Organizing Team is pleased to announce that preparations are well underway for the PASC23 Conference, which will be held from June 26 – 28, 2023, in Davos, Switzerland, and chaired by Prof. Eleni Chatzi (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) and by Dr. Mike Heroux (Sandia National Laboratories, US).
The PASC Conference focuses on advances in methods, tools, algorithms, and applications to address challenges across all areas of computational science and engineering.
The theme for PASC23 is Computing Across Scales, Domains, and Communities, emphasizing the important role that computing and interdisciplinary collaboration have come to play in the scientific process.
Advancing the frontiers of scientific computing increasingly requires connecting methods and insights from multiple scientific communities to develop novel approaches to solving problems. As such, PASC23 will focus on how advances in aggregating, synthesizing, and integrating across scales, domains, and communities improve the fidelity, replicability, and usefulness of scientific results.
«Multi-scale methods, operating on the basis of physics, data, or their hybridization, enable higher fidelity predictive capabilities, especially for complex phenomena with emergent behavior. Aggregating and synthesizing approaches from multiple domains, including techniques from modeling & simulation and data-driven disciplines are essential to improving the quality of our results and their computational feasibility. Integrating activities and teams across distinct communities has also become essential, up to and including expertise in the social and cognitive sciences that can improve how scientific teams develop and use computational tools for research, and communicate results to the broader public.»