The VI AMMCS International Conference
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | August 14-18, 2023
Minisymposium (ID: SS-CCSMS)
Coupled Complex Systems and Multiple Scales, Their Modelling, and Applications
Sundeep Singh (UPEI, Canada), Rosa Fallahpour (University of Toronto) and Hassan Askari (General Motors)
This multidisciplinary event will cover diverse areas of science and engineering unified by the key role of coupled phenomena, physical fields, and effects, as well as by multiple-scale interactions at the local and/or entire system levels. The problems arising from such considerations are ubiquitous and often termed "coupled problems". The development of state-of-the-art models for such problems and their solutions are at the forefront of challenges of modern science and its applications in all areas of human endeavour. This symposium welcomes theoretical, computational, and experimental advances in this pivotal field, covering all aspects of these problems and the systems from nano to macro scales.
The models featured here will include a comprehensive range of areas coming from the recent progress in our better understanding of many physical, engineering, biological, and social systems. It encompasses continuum-based modelling, discrete simulation, and data-driven methodologies, as well as their efficient combinations. Among others, applications addressing present and imminent societal challenges, which embrace global sustainability, would also be welcome by the organizers. To address such challenges, new systematic efforts and momentous developments in the interdisciplinary field of coupled complex systems are required. This symposium is in honor of one of the founders of this series of conferences, Professor Roderick Melnik, who has pioneered many advanced mathematical models and has significantly contributed to this field over the past decades. In addition, extended versions of some selected papers on the topics of this Special Symposium, presented at the conference, will be invited for submission to one of the IF journals indexed by Web of Science.
Further details are provided here.
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