The 14th IEEE Conference on eScience will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 29 Oct – 1 Nov 2018.
We are pleased to now invite contributions for inclusion in the conference program: Call for Papers Call for Workshops & Tutorials Call for Abstracts: Data Handling and Analytics for Health Call for Abstracts: Exascale Computing for High Energy Physics Call for Abstracts: Advances in eScience for the Humanities and Social Sciences Call for Abstracts: Weather and Climate Science in the Digital Era Please find all information regarding the calls and submission guidelines on our website.
We look forward to receiving your submission and welcoming you to Amsterdam in October 2018. Visit www.eScience2018.com
The 14th IEEE Conference on eScience brings together leading international researchers and research software engineers from all disciplines to present and discuss how digital technology impacts scientific practice. eScience promotes innovation in collaborative, computationally- or data-intensive research across all disciplines, throughout the research lifecycle.
New this year: Multitrack day with focused sessions The three-day conference program consists of two single track days open for all eScience contributions. New this year is a multitrack day with focused sessions on Exascale Computing for High Energy Physics, Weather and Climate science in the digital era, Data Handling and Analytics for Health, Advances in eScience for the Humanities and Social Sciences, and Computer Science: Tools & Infrastructure.
On the day prior to the conference there will be workshops and tutorials.
Wilco Hazeleger (Netherlands eScience Center, The Netherlands)
Adriënne Mendrik (Netherlands eScience Center, The Netherlands)
Rob van Nieuwpoort (Netherlands eScience Center, The Netherlands)
Supervisory committee 2018
Daniel S. Katz (National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois, United States)
Franciska de Jong (CLARIN ERIC)
Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee, United States)
Michelle Barker (Nectar, University of Melbourne, Australia)
Dan Henningson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Tony Hey (Science and Technology Facilities Council, United Kingdom)
Focussed session chairs
Computer Science: Tools & Infrastructure
Raül Sirvent Pardell (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)
Ben van Werkhoven (Netherlands eScience Center)
Weather & Climate science in the digital era
Peter Bauer (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)
Martine de Vos (Netherlands eScience Center)
Data Handling and Analytics for Health
Jaap Heringa (VU, Amsterdam)
Vincent van Hees (Netherlands eScience Center)
Advances in eScience for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Claes de Vreese (University of Amsterdam)
Carlos Martinez-Ortiz (Netherlands eScience Center)
Exascale Computing for High Energy Physics
Jeff Templon (Nikhef)
Yifat Dzigan (Netherlands eScience Center)