July 31 – August 4, 2022 | Virtual Only

Produced & Hosted by:

The University of Texas at Austin | Austin, Texas, USA

CCP 2022 is the 33rd in a series of meetings of scientists working in the domain of Computational Physics. The Conference on Computational Physics (CCP) is held every year under the auspices of the C20 Commission for Computational Physics of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). The conference includes a broad range of computational scientists with common interests in communicating and engaging with their computation-oriented colleagues to exchange information and develop future collaborations.

Topics to be covered:

  • Soft matter, polymers, and biological physics. 
  • Materials physics (e.g., structure, dynamics, electronic structure, multi-scale methods) 
  • Matter in extreme environments 
  • Algorithm development for materials simulations (e.g., Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics, tensor networks, density functionals, etc.)  
  • Fluid dynamics, turbulence, nanofluidics, and magnetohydrodynamics  
  • Quantum many-body physics (e.g., lattice models, ground and excited states, quantum criticality, novel methods)  
  • Quantum computation  
  • Soft computing and applications of genetic algorithms, genetic programming, neural networks, and machine learning 
  • Lattice field theory in particle and nuclear physics  
  • Astrophysics, space-plasma physics, gravitation, cosmology  
  • Planetary physics and planetary modeling (e.g., geodynamics, seismic wave propagation, planetary structure)  
  • Energy, environment, and climate modeling  
  • Computational physics education  
  • Novel hardware and software paradigms (e.g., GPU computing, cloud computing, exascale and beyond, artificial intelligence)