Minisymposium (ID: SS-NCTAP)
New Computational Techniques for Applied Problems in Science and Engineering
Organizers: Ludwig Kohaupt (Beuth University of Technology Berlin), Yan Wu (Georgia Southern University)
In today's world, computational techniques play an ever growing role in science and engineering. This
is reflected by new notations such as, e.g., Computational Chemistry or Computational Engineering.
New disciplines like these are driven by the need to model and analyze systems already in the
concept phase before experiments can be made since this procedure can save a lot of time and
money, that is, for economic reasons.
This special session is therefore devoted to problems in science and engineering that could be useful
in real-world applications. Both analysis and modeling aspects are considered
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