Parallel computing   Electromagnetics    High-performance computing   Multi-physics    Heterogeneous computing   Large-scale CSE problems    Fast solvers    Scattering and RCS   Integral equations    Antennas   Iterative solvers and preconditioning    Microwaves    Frequency-domain methods   Metamaterials    Time-domain methods   Optics    Direct solvers   Imaging    Recursive solvers   Remote sensing    Optimization methods    Inverse problems    Differential equations    Biomedical applications    FDTD methods    Wireless and propagation    FEM methods    EMC/EMI    High-frequency methods    Chips, packages, and interconnects    Hybrid methods    Terahertz    Numerical linear algebra    Petascale supercomputing    Towards exascale computing    Novel hardware platforms    


Information for Authors and Submission

Please submit your two-page paper by May 15, 2017. LaTeX format is strongly preferred. LaTeX and Word templates are available here. All necessary information is listed in the template file.

CEM’17 international workshop is a friendly platform to discuss recent progress in all areas related to computing, electromagnetics, computational science and engineering (CSE), multi-physics problems, high-performance computing (HPC), and parallel computing. Since 2007, CEM experts and enthusiasts have been meeting biennially to exchange ideas and knowledge. On its 10-year anniversary, CEM’17 will be held in the fabulous Mediterranean city of Barcelona. CEM’17 is supplemented with a strong social program, creating a hospitable environment in Barcelona’s rich cultural and historical background.

Details of the workshop, such as travel, hotel, and social program, will be announced here as they become available.

Workshop dates: June 21-24, 2017

Please note that CEM’17 dates are immediately preceding the dates of PUMPS’17 that will be organized on June 26-30, 2017. PUMPS stands for the Programming and Tuning Massively Parallel Systems summer school that has been organized annually since 2010 in Barcelona. For more information, please see: http://bcw.ac.upc.edu/PUMPS2017/. Some CEM’17 attendees may see this as a “two birds with one stone” opportunity and they may benefit by participating in PUMPS’17, in addition to submitting a paper to CEM’17.
 
 

Participants

Submissions have been received from many institutions all over the world:

Prof. Donald Wilton, University of Houston, USA
Prof. Weng Cho Chew, University of Illinois, USA
Prof. Wen-mei Hwu, University of Illinois, USA
Prof. Levent Gürel, University of Illinois, USA
Mert Hidayetoğlu, University of Illinois, USA
Carl Pearson, University of Illinois, USA
Prof. Cam Nguyen, Texas A&M University, USA
Prof. Andrew Terzuoli, Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
Prof. Aihua W. Wood, Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
Dr. Subhashini Chitta, Wave CPC, Inc, USA
Dr. Said Mikki, University of New Haven, USA
Dr. Fridon Shubitidze, Dartmouth College, USA
Kamalesh Sainath, The Ohio State University, USA
Prof. Edl Schamiloglu, University of New Mexico, USA
Matthew Bettencourt, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Shraman Gupta, Concordia University, CANADA
Prof. Bruno Carpentieri, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Keyur K. Mistry, University of Huddersfield, UK
Fengzhou Wang, University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr. Connor Brennan, Dublin City University, IRELAND
Prof. Maokun Li, Tshinghua University, CHINA
Ya Yan Li, City University of Hong Kong, CHINA
Prof. Tian Yubo, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, CHINA
Prof. Shouzheng Zhu, East China Normal University, CHINA
Prof. Alex Heldring, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, SPAIN
Prof. Eduard Ubeda, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, SPAIN
Prof. Juan M. Rius, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, SPAIN
Prof. Luis Landesa, University of Extremadura, SPAIN
Prof. Jose Manuel Taboada Varela, University of Extremadura, SPAIN
Prof. Francisco Mesa, University of Sevilla, SPAIN
Ivan Sekulic, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, SPAIN
Octavio Castillo-Reyes, Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), SPAIN
Dr. Eugenio Chiavaccini, CST, SPAIN
Dr. Jaume Anguera, FRACTUS, SPAIN
Jesus Rodriguez-Camacho, University of Granada, SPAIN
Adrián Amor, Charles III University of Madrid , SPAIN
Dr. Rafael Rodríguez Boix, Universidad de Sevilla, SPAIN
Prof. Erdem Yazgan, TED University, TURKEY
Prof. Hülya Sahintürk, Yıldız Technical University, TURKEY
Prof. Özlem Kocahan Yılmaz, Namik Kemal University, TURKEY
Prof. Nikolaos L. Tsitsas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Prof. George Fikioris, National Technical University, GREECE
Dr. Zaharias D. Zaharis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Dr. Christoph Statz, Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY
Aidin Asgharzadeh, Ilmenau Technical University, GERMANY
Jennifer Dutine, University of Wuppertal, GERMANY
Bilal Hammoud, IMEP-LaHC, Grenoble INP, FRANCE
Prof. Alina Caddemi, University of Messina, ITALY
Emanuele Cardillo, University of Messina, ITALY
Dr. Jussi Rahola, Optenni Ltd, FINLAND
Andrey Godin, Lianozovo Electromechanical Plant, RUSSIA
Dr. Johann van Tonder, Altair Engineering GmbH, SOUTH AFRICA
Dr. Johan Smit, University of Pretoria, SOUTH AFRICA
Dr. Danie B. Ludick, Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA
Naina Narang, CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, INDIA
Sudarshan Nayak, Indian Institute of Science, INDIA


Venue

The workshop will be held in the beautiful Mediterranean city of Barcelona.
The following links can be visited for more information about Barcelona:

Technical sessions will take place in the modern setting of Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC).

Topics of Interest
Computing
Parallel computing
High-performance computing
Heterogeneous computing
Fast solvers
Integral equations
Iterative solvers and preconditioning
Frequency-domain methods
Time-domain methods
Direct solvers
Recursive solvers
Optimization methods
Differential equations
FDTD methods
FEM methods
Hybrid methods
Numerical linear algebra
Petascale supercomputing
Towards exascale computing
Novel hardware platforms
 
Applications
Electromagnetics
Multi-physics
Large-scale CSE problems
Scattering and RCS
Antennas
Microwaves
Radars
Metamaterials
Optics
Imaging
Remote sensing
Inverse problems
Biomedical applications
Wireless and propagation
EMC/EMI
Chips, packages, and interconnects
Terahertz
High-frequency problems
Stealth technology
     
Important Dates
March 15, 2017:  Submission of one-page abstracts (Templates)
April 7, 2017:  Notification of acceptance
April 30, 2017:   Registration deadline
May 15, 2017: Submission of two-page papers (Templates)

Contact
Please direct your questions and inquiries to
CEM'17 Secreteriat: cemworkshop@gmail.com
CEM'17 Chair: Prof. Levent Gürel, lgurel@gmail.com

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