Computational Science and Engineering is the discipline of applied science and engineering that is devoted to the development of computer simulation as a scientific paradigm for the study and prediction of physical phenomena. The Canadian Association for Computational Science and Engineering (CACSE)/Association Canadienne pour le Calcul en Sciences et Génie (ACCSG) was established in 2019 with objectives to promote and foster education, research, and industrial practice in Computational Science and Engineering, as well as to organize and coordinate activities in Canada such as periodic national and regional conferences.
President: Dr. Reza Vaziri, University of British Columbia
Vice-President: Dr. Artem Korobenko, University of Calgary
Treasurer: Dr. Robert Gracie, University of Waterloo
Academic Advisor: Dr. Marc Laforest, Polytechnique Montréal
Dr. Elena di Martino, University of Calgary
Dr. Bartosz Protas, McMaster University
Dr. Ugo Piomelli, Queens University
Dr. Rajeev Jaiman, University of British Columbia
Dr. Serge Prudhomme, Polytechnique Montréal (2020-2022)
Dr. Serge Prudhomme, Dr. Reza Vaziri, Dr. Artem Korobenko, Dr. Marc Laforest
The 1st Conference of the Canadian Association for Computational Science and Engineering (CACSE)/Association Canadienne pour le Calcul en Sciences et Génie (ACCSG) took place in beautiful Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, AB on January 14-17, 2023. The conference focused on Recent Trends and Developments in Computational Science and Engineering.
The final schedule is now available for download (updated on January 8)
We look forward to seeing everyone next year!
The Canadian Association for Computational Science and Engineering (CACSE)/Association Canadienne pour le Calcul en Sciences et Génie (ACCSG) is proud to host the major IACM event in Canada for the first time in its history. Vancouver was selected as a top destination for the 16th World Congress on Computational Mechanics in 2024.
Please check the conference website for more information
For any inquiries and questions please contact Dr. Artem Korobenko at firstname.lastname@example.org
2900 Boulevard Edouard-Montpetit D partement MAGI, Polytechnique Montreal, Montreal, QC H3T 1J4
40 Research Place NW, MME Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB T2L1Y6