CCP is a series of conferences held annually under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) on the basis of endorsement by its Commission on Computational Physics (C20). The purpose of the conference series is to bring together computational scientists working in physics and closely related areas to exchange the latest developments in computational techniques and their applications.
The 25th IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics [CCP 2013] will be held from 20 to 24 August 2013 in Moscow, Russia. Since 1998, the CCP conferences rotate around the world.
The 25th edition of the conference will focus on the following topics related to computational physics:
The 2012 Conference on Computational Physics [CCP2012] will be held on 14-18 October this year in Kobe, Japan. The event aims to be an international forum for the discussion of computational physics and its applications in research and in industry across a variety of disciplines.
The event, part of a series which has been held annually since 1989, is being organised under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics’ commission on Computational Physics [C20]…
Nominations are now open for the 2012 Young Scientist Prize in Computational Physics, of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics [IUPAP] Commission on Computational Physics [C20].
The prize, which consists of 1,000 euros, a medal and a certificate, will be given at the commission’s next Conference on Computational Physics [CCP2012], which is being held in Kobe, Japan, on 14-18 October. The winner will also be invited to present a paper at this meeting…