Workshop on

Software Issues in Computational Science and Engineering

Uppsala University, Sweden

August 15-16, 2007

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Material that was presented at the workshop can be downloaded here

This workshop addressed challenging research issues regarding
software for numerical computations. Numerical software is a key
ingredient of Computational Science and Engineering, together with
mathematical modelling and numerical algorithms.

Software for numerical computations faces multiple challenges.
The software should be easy to use. Ideally, adaptation to new
applications should be flexible, and extension to incorporate new
numerical techniques straightforward. At the same time the software
should execute extremely efficiently on various high-performance
computing platforms. Accuracy and robustness are other key
features. The overall challenge is to find ways to construct
numerical software so that all these different goals are met
simultaneously.

The workshop provided a forum for researchers to present
recent advances in this area.

Organization:
The workshop was held in conjunction with the annual meeting of

and was organized by

Location:
Uppsala University,
Department of Information Technology,
Room 446, Building 2
(map)

Program Committee:
Michael Thuné, Uppsala University (Chair),
Sverker Holmgren, Uppsala University
Hans Petter Langtangen, Simula Research Laboratory and Oslo University


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