The 20th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC2020) will be held online from 30 August to 2 September, 2020.
Our aim is to conduct a high-quality conference on computational mathematics; scientific, technical and industrial applications; and high-performance computing.
- Konstantin Brenner (University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France)
- Michael Feischl (TU Vienna, Austria)
- David Harvey (UNSW, Sydney, Australia)
- Trevor McDougall (UNSW, Sydney, Australia)
- Kate Smith-Miles (University of Melbourne, Australia)
- Catherine Powell (University of Manchester, UK)
- Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh, UK), Convergence of Gaussian process emulators with estimated hyper-parameters.
- Alex Townsend (Cornell University, USA)
The special themes for the meeting will include:
- Approximation theory
- Climate modelling
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Computational number theory
- Data assimilation
- Inverse problems
- Data science
- Uncertainty quantification
CTAC is organised by the special interest group in computational techniques and applications of ANZIAM, the Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Division of the Australian Mathematical Society. The meetings provide an interactive forum for researchers interested in the development and use of computational methods applied to engineering, scientific and other problems.
The CTAC meetings have been taking place biennially since 1981, the most recent being held in 2018 at the University of Newcastle.
- Josef Dick (UNSW)
- Bishnu Lamichhane (Newcastle)
- Ngan Le (Monash University)
- Quoc Thong Le Gia (UNSW, Chair)
- Shev MacNamara (UTS)
- William McLean (UNSW)
- Thanh Tran (UNSW)
- Vera Roschina (UNSW)
- Steven Armfield (Sydney University)
- Jerome Droniou (Monash)
- Frances Kuo (UNSW)
- Markus Hegland (ANU)
- Stephen Roberts (ANU)
- Ian Sloan (UNSW, Chair)
- Ian Turner (QUT)
Due to the transition online, the conference is now free of charge.
To register for the conference, please either use the abstract submission form or e-mail the organisers directly.
Abstract submission deadline: 30-July-2020.
Types of presentations:
- Online presentations (via Zoom) : 25 minute oral presentation (20 minutes + 5 minutes for discussion).
The Zoom details will be emailed to the participants one week before the conference.
- Recorded presentations: please send the Youtube link of your recorded presentation.
Please leave the "Title" and "Abstract" fields blank in the registration form if you wish to attend the conference, but are not planning to give a presentation.
- School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW, Sydney.
- New South Wales Government.
A refereed proceeding will be published after the conference in the Electronic Supplement of the ANZIAM Journal. This will be subject to the usual rigorous ANZIAM Journal refereeing process.
Further information regarding the proceedings of the conference will be available closer to the conference date.