Session A2 and Session C2 has been moved 15 minutes forward in time. New timeschedule is Wednesday 23 June 16:15-18:30
The venue of the conference is the Natural Science Building, "Realfagbygget" in Norwegian
There are slight changes to the program. Please see the program pages.
Vacant Professorship in Computational Physics at NTNU, Trondheim. Read more
Poster format is set to A1 width 594 mm × height 841 mm
Computational physics is by now arguably a third branch of physics besides theoretical and experimental physics. The CCP Conference is a yearly conference dedicated to presenting an overview of computational physics as it evolves and expands. Every three years it is taking place in Europe: Granada in 1998, Aachen in 2001, Genoa in 2004 and Brussels in 2007 are among previous European locations. CCP2010 will take place in Trondheim, Norway from June 23rd till June 26th, 2010.
The conference will cover computational physics through a series of plenary talks which together will form a broad and accessible overview of the field. There will also be a series of parallel sessions, which each is meant to present as fully as possible a sub branch of computational physics.
Challenges in Computational Physics Education/Computational Physics in the Third World
The parallel sessions will contain both invited and contributed talks.
Plenary speakers include:
Hans J. Herrmann
David P. Landau
Richard M. Martin
Simon D. M. White
Steve R. White
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CCP2010 will be held at the campus of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) located in the city of Trondheim, see map – a city easily accessible e.g. by air. The conference will take place at the time of the year when there is little difference between day and night.