High Performance Scientific Computing (HPSC) is an interdisciplinary area that combines many fields such as mathematics, computer science and scientific and engineering applications. It is a key high-technology for competitiveness in industrialized countries as well as for speeding up development in emerging countries.

HPSC develops methods for computer aided simulation and optimization for systems and processes. In practical applications in industry and commerce, science and engineering, it helps to save resources, to avoid pollution, to reduce risks and costs, to improve product quality, to shorten development times or simply to operate systems better.

High performance in HPSC can mean highly efficient algorithms and software as well as high computing power of the hardware, e.g. parallel systems.

  • mathematical modelling,
  • numerical simulation,
  • methods for optimization and control,
  • parallel computing: architectures, algorithms, tools and environment,
  • symbolic computing,
  • software development,
  • applications of scientific computing in
    • physics, mechanics, chemistry, and biology,
    • environmental and hydrology problems,
    • transport, logistics and site location,
    • communication networks, production scheduling,
    • industrial and commercial problems

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(International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing, March 10-14, 2003, Hanoi, Vietnam)