|October 14 (Sunday)-18 (Thursday), 2012, Kobe, Japan|
Group photograph taken on October 16
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to Japan for the
Nichii Gakkan, Hyogo-ken Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Minatojima Minamimachi 7-1-5
and Integrated Research Center of Kobe University, convention hall
and K computer building
August 12, 2013
program and schedule updated again.
program and schedule updated.
More than 400 participants have already registered.
The Conference on Computational Physics (CCP) is organized annually under the auspices of the Commission 20 of the IUPAP (International Union of Pure and Applied Physics).
The CCP is an international conference, whose aim is mainly to report and discuss the most recent topics in computational physics and its applications to research and industry. It treats with particular care also issues related to education in developing countries without enough infrastructure for computation.
In 2012 the CCP is being organized in Kobe, Japan, also in the occasion of the opening of the K computer (until May 2012 ranked first and presently second of the TOP500) for shared use.
We have organized the CCP meeting in Japan a little differently from the previous ones. Our goal is to encourage strong communication among different fields and to foster new collaborations between fundamental research and applications, through the commonality of numerical methods.
So we have: