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NEMO 2023 — 2023 IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Numerical Electromagnetic and Multiphysics Modeling and Optimization
28 Jun 2023 - 30 Jun 2023 • Winnipeg, Canada
Organizer:
IEEE Microwave Theory & Techology Society (MTT-S)
Abstract:
NEMO'2023 will bring together experts and practitioners of electromagnetic and multiphysics-based modeling, simulation and optimization for RF, microwave and terahertz applications. This conference is an ideal forum to share new ideas on techniques for electromagnetic and multiphysics modeling, propose efficient design algorithms and tools, and anticipate the modeling/analysis needs of future technologies and applications.
Abstract submission deadline:
15 Feb 2023
Event listing ID:
1523754
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BIRS Workshop — Applied and Computational Differential Geometry and Geometric PDEs
30 Jul 2023 - 04 Aug 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
This workshop will bring together mathematicians with expertise spanning the theoretical, numerical, discrete and computational geometry and partial differential equations (PDEs) and computer scientists with related interests to identify and discuss some of the most promising areas for advances in the understanding and application in geometric data analysis.
Event listing ID:
1499165
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M&C 2023 — International Conference on Mathematics and Computational Methods Applied to Nuclear Science and Engineering
13 Aug 2023 - 17 Aug 2023 • Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Organizer:
Mathematics and Computation Division of the American Nuclear Society
Abstract:
The International Conference on Mathematics and Computational Methods Applied to Nuclear Science and Engineering (M&C 2023) is a part of a series of topical meetings organised by the Mathematics and Computation Division of the American Nuclear Society. The M&C conferences, held every two years, represent a series of international forums organised and sponsored to bring together worldwide expertise related to nuclear science or technology including mathematical and computational methods, numerical analysis, computer codes, computer architectures, and benchmarks for computationally solving problems in all disciplines encompassed by the Society.
Event listing ID:
1500979
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BIRS Workshop — Mechanics of Cells and Polymer Networks: Bridging Theory, Simulation and Experiment
10 Sep 2023 - 15 Sep 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
The interface between biology and quantitative disciplines including physics, mathematics and engineering is rapidly expanding. This is the result of many factors, but is largely driven by higher resolution spatial and temporal data from cutting edge imaging techniques, and increasing success in applying physical modeling techniques to biological problems. Mechanobiology is an especially rapidly developing field at the quantitative biology interface. This field describes how force is generated in biological systems, how force impacts chemistry, and how force generation is controlled by intracellular signaling pathways. Numerous feedforward and feedback interactions connect forces in cells to the dynamics of proteins and gene expression, resulting in highly nonlinear systems with complex and often non-intuitive behaviours.
Event listing ID:
1499192
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BIRS Workshop — Approximation Algorithms and the Hardness of Approximation
17 Sep 2023 - 22 Sep 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
Most of the many discrete optimization problems arising in the sciences, engineering, and mathematics are NP-hard, that is, there exist no efficient algorithms to solve them to optimality, assuming the conjecture that P does not equal NP. The area of approximation algorithms focuses on the design and analysis of efficient algorithms that find solutions that are within a guaranteed factor of the optimal one. Loosely speaking, in the context of studying algorithmic problems, an approximation guarantee captures the quality of an algorithm -- for every possible set of input data for the problem, the algorithm finds a solution whose cost is within this factor of the optimal cost. A hardness threshold indicates the difficulty of the algorithmic problem -- no efficient algorithm can achieve an approximation guarantee better than the hardness threshold assuming that P does not equal NP. Over the last two decades, there have been major advances on the design and analysis of approximation algorithms, and on the complementary topic of the hardness of approximation. The goal of the workshop is to focus on a few key topics that could lead to deep new results in the areas of approximation algorithms, combinatorial optimization, hardness of approximation, and proof complexity.
Event listing ID:
1499180


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