Computational Science, an emerging and increasingly vital field, is now widely recognized as an integral part of scientific and technical investigations, affecting researchers and practitioners in areas ranging from aerospace and automotive to biochemistry, electronics, geoscience,mathematics, and physics. Computer systems research and the exploitation of systems research results naturally complement each other.
The sheer size of many challenges in computational science demands the use of supercomputing, parallel processing, sophisticated algorithms, and advanced system software and architecture. It is therefore invaluable to have input by systems research experts in applied computational science research.
This Transactions series focuses on computational science in parallel and distributed environments, also encompassing the underlying theoretical foundations and the applications of large-scale computation.
The Transactions on Computational Science offers practitioners and researchers the opportunity to share computational techniques and solutions in this area, to identify new issues, and to shape future directions for research, as well as to enable industrial users to apply leading-edge large-scale high-performance computational methods.
In addition to addressing research and application issues, the series aims to present material that is validated -- crucial to the application and advancement of the work performed in both research laboratories and industry. In this spirit, the focus is on publications that present results and computational techniques that are verifiable. Authors will receive criticism by experts, including researchers and practitioners.
The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to, the following computational methods and applications:
- Aeronautics and Aerospace
- Climate and Weather Modeling
- Communication and Data Networks
- Compilers and Operating Systems
- Computer Graphics
- Computational Biology
- Computational Chemistry
- Computational Finance and Econometrics
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Computational Geometry
- Computational Number Theory
- Computational Physics
- Data Storage
- Data Mining and Data Warehousing
- Geology and Geophysics
- Grid Computing
- Hardware/Software Co-design
- High-Energy Physics
- High-Performance Computing
- Information Retrieval
- Modeling and Simulations
- Numerical and Scientific Computing
- Parallel and Distributed Computing
- Reconfigurable Hardware
- System-on-Chip Design and Engineering
- Virtual Reality
Marina L. Gavrilova (contact editor),
University of Calgary, Canada
Chih Jeng Kenneth Tan
Sardina Systems, UK
- Tetsuo Asano, JAIST, Japan
- Brian A. Barsky, University of California at Berkeley, USA
- Alexander V. Bogdanov, Institute for High Performance Computing and Data Bases, Russia
- Martin Buecker, Aachen University, Germany
- Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Hyungseong Choo, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
- Danny Crookes, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
- Tamal Dey, Ohio State University, USA
- Ivan Dimov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
- Magdy El-Tawil, Cairo University, Egypt
- Osvaldo Gervasi, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy
- Christopher Gold, University of Glamorgan, UK
- Rodolfo Haber, Council for Scientiﬁc Research, Spain
- Andres Iglesias, University of Cantabria, Spain
- Deok-Soo Kim, Hanyang University, South Korea
- Stanislav V. Klimenko, Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
- Ivana Kolingerova, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
- Vipin Kumar, Army High Performance Computing Research Center, USA
- Antonio Lagana, Universit à degli Studi di Perugia, Italy
- D.T. Lee, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
- Laurence Liew, Platform Computing, Singapore
- Nikolai Medvedev, Novosibirsk Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
- Graham M. Megson, University of Reading, UK
- Edward D. Moreno, UEA – University of Amazonas State, Brazil
- Youngsong Mun, Soongsil University, South Korea
- Dimitri Plemenos, Université de Limoges, France
- Viktor K. Prasanna, University of Southern California, USA
- Muhammad Sarfraz, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia
- Dale Shires, Army Research Lab, USA
- Masha Sosonkina, Ames Laboratory, USA
- Alexei Sourin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- David Taniar, Monash University, Australia
- Athanasios Vasilakos, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
- Chee Yap, New York University, USA
- Igor Zacharov, SGI Europe, Switzerland
- Zahari Zlatev, National Environmental Research Institute, DenmarkTetsuo Asano JAIST, Japan
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Special Issues (Call for Papers)
We welcome submissions for the upcoming special issue of TCS.
Please click on the link below for details.
- Special Issue: Signal Processing and Security Systems (submission deadline: May 30, 2019)
Guest Editors: Prof. Khalid Saeed, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland;
Prof. Nabendu Chaki, University of Calcutta, India