The 1996 Student Symposium On Computations in
Astronomy, Space, and Earth Sciences (CASE '96)
October 25-27, 1996
University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso, Texas
Call for Papers
Deadline: September 15, 1996
In response to the El Paso community's interest in computations in astronomy, space and earth sciences, organizers for the Second SC-COSMIC Student Conference on Computational Sciences are proud to announce the 1996 Student Symposium On Computations in Astronomy, Space, and Earth Sciences (CASE '96).
CASE activities in El Paso include
- A new NASA Pan-American Center in Environmental and Earth Sciences (PACES)
operates in El Paso, with an emphasis on geophysical
and environmental applications of the space program;
- Students from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)
regularly spend summers at
Sunspot Observatory helping solar astronomers under
a special program supported by the National Science Foundation;
- Several other research centers and research projects at UTEP
are supported by NASA, including the Physics Department's Jet
Propulsion Laboratory-funded project that analyzes relativistic
effects in spaceship trajectories.
All of these projects include computations, and students who work on these projects, as well as students from other SC-COSMIC member institutions, are welcome to submit abstracts of their CASE research efforts to Dr. Vladik Kreinovich, Conference Organization Committee Chairman, at email@example.com. Recent graduates may also submit the results of their student research projects.
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The Center for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC) is an SC-COSMIC educational affiliate.