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  • 7th High Performance Computing for Complex Systems, Theory and Applications Workshop (HPCCS 2015)
    Co-chairs:
      • Dr. Lou D'Alotto, York College/CUNY, New York, USA
      • Dr. Georgios Sirakoulis,Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
      • Dr. William Spataro, University of Calabria, Italy
      • Dr. Giuseppe A. Trunfio, University of Sassari, Italy
    Following the success of our previous Cellular Automata, Theory and Applications Workshop (some of them included exciting keynotes addressed from leading complex systems researchers, Prof. Dr. Peter Sloot, and by Prof. Yaroslav D. Sergeyev, father of the Infinity Computer), from this year topics of the Workshop have been extended to the more general Complex Systems theme, including both theoretical and applicative aspects of this important computer science field. Particular attention will be related to the use of High Performance Computing (HPC) to support the modelling and simulation of complex systems.

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