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The International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering 2016 is now calling for paper.
Engineering and science problems have been solved historically using experimental testing and/or mathematical analysis. Some examples of engineering problems are fluid flows and structural properties associated with aircraft, ships, submarines, automobiles, spacecraft, jet and rocket propulsion engines, buildings and other structures. Other examples relate to electrical power generation, weather, rivers and oceans, electrical equipment, computer hardware, radar, antennas, chemical reactions and processes, fuel cells, petroleum recovery and refining, agricultural and construction equipment, refrigeration and air conditioning, air and water pollution, energy conversion and storage, and many others. Many of these problems can now be solved efficiently as computational simulations of mathematical models that represent the relevant physical phenomena arising in each problem.
Computational Science and Engineering utilizes high-performance supercomputer simulations to solve engineering analysis and design problems, using computational models derived from any of the engineering disciplines.