Lyon, St Georges area by night (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, St Georges area by night
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)

SCAN 2010
14th GAMM-IMACS International Symposium on Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic and Validated Numerics
ENS de Lyon, France, September 27-30, 2010

The 14th SCAN conference will be held under the auspices of

Scope and topics

The SCAN symposia gather researchers in scientific computing who work on the numerical quality and the verification of their computed results. The scope of the SCAN conferences covers all aspects, from theory to implementation and applications, with a strong emphasis on verification of computed results, as well as on arithmetic, programming, and algorithmic tools for this purpose. The contributions provide competent and concise information on recent hardware and software standards, developments in computer arithmetic, self-validating numerical algorithms, stochastic approaches, algebraic approaches, and applications in various fields.

The goal of the SCAN 2010 conference is to offer a panorama of the techniques and tools used to guarantee numerically computed results. These techniques include, but are not limited to, interval arithmetic, floating-point as specified by the IEEE 754-2008 standard, exact computations, symbolic approaches, formal proof, sensitivity analysis...

Lyon, Saone banks (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, Saone banks
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Topics of interest

Previous SCAN conferences

This conference continues the series of international SCAN symposia held under the joint sponsorship of GAMM and IMACS. SCAN symposia have been initiated by the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. They have been held in many towns: Basel, Switzerland (1989), Varna-Albena, Bulgaria (1990), Oldenburg, Germany (1991), Vienna, Austria (1993), Wuppertal, Germany (1995), Lyon, France (1997), Budapest, Hungary (1998), Karlsruhe, Germany (2000), Paris, France (2002), Fukuoka, Japan (2004), Duisburg, Germany (2006), El Paso, Texas, USA (2008).

ENS Lyon (courtesy C. Bernon, ENS Lyon)
ENS Lyon
(courtesy C. Bernon, ENS Lyon)

Plenary speakers

Lyon, astronomical clock in St-Jean cathedral banks (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, St-Jean cathedral
astronomical clock
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)

Announcement

First call for contributions

Second call for contributions

Final Submission

The authors should submit the final version of their abstract by July 2, 2010. They should upload both their LaTeX file that will be used to generate the Book of Abstracts, and a PDF file for control purpose.

The authors should check that their LaTeX file conforms to the provided template LaTeX file.

At least one author of an accepted abstract must be registered for the conference by August 15, 2010 to have their abstract included in the published proceedings.

Submission now closed. To propose a contribution after SCAN 2010, see Publication after the SCAN 2010 conference.

Lyon, Fourviere basilica by night (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, Fourvière basilica by night
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)

Important dates

Accepted abstracts will appear in the proceedings provided at least one of the authors has registered.
ENS Lyon (courtesy Y. Le Poul, ENS Lyon)
ENS Lyon
(courtesy Y. Le Poul, ENS Lyon)

Registration and fees

Registration page.

Fees (include lunches, coffee breaks, and social events):

Student200 EUR
Early275 EUR
Late350 EUR

If you need childcare, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Venue

École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Lyon, France
September 27-30, 2010.

Practical information

Accommodation

ENS de Lyon - SCAN 2010 conference Hotels suggested below

View SCAN 2010 in a larger map (English version)

Suggested hotels

When contacting a hotel that has reserved rooms, you should say that you want to book a room for the SCAN 2010 conference.

Near the ENS:
Inner city:
Lyon, Part-Dieu area with the Alps in the background (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, Part-Dieu area
with the Alps in the background
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Near the Part Dieu shopping mall:

Travel

Lyon is easy to reach, either by plane then by the Rhônexpress line (get off at Lyon Part-Dieu), or by train (French version, or English version). You may also consider landing in Paris and use a 2-hour connexion by fast train with Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport.

How to go from Debourg subway station to the SCAN 2010 conference: When you leave the subway train, take the exit on your right, go straight to the pharmacy, turn right and cross the street (avenue Jean Jaurès). Straight on through Challemel-Lacour street, then Place des Pavillons and the pedestrian allée d'Italie. The entrance of SCAN 2010 is left to the fountain.

Lyon, Roman amphitheater (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, Roman amphitheater
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)

Tourism links

Pictures from participants of the SCAN 2010 conference

Publication after the SCAN 2010 conference

There will be no formal proceedings of SCAN 2010.

However, the journal Computing, Springer Publisher, Vienna, will publish strongly refereed, high-level presentations in regular issues of Computing.

We apologize for troubles some of you may have encountered during their submission to Computing. This was due to a slight misunderstanding, which is now clarified. The deadline has been postponed, please submit your contribution as soon as possible. Please also send us (Götz Alefeld and Nathalie Revol) a copy of your submission.

Conditions:

  1. The results have to be new: no short or extended versions of results already published otherwise.
  2. Each submitted paper will undergo the usual refereeing process of Computing: at least two anonymous, external referees.
  3. There is no formal page limit. However, we suggest to limit contributions to 10 pages (15 pages for invited talks).
  4. There is no official deadline. However, we recommend to submit contributions no later than February 28, 2011. This will help to ensure that all contributions can be published in consecutive issues of Computing.
  5. The submission has to be done via the paper submission system of Computing. However, do not remove anything from the first page, otherwise your contribution will not be recognized as a SCAN 2010 contribution.
  6. In particular, do not delete the footnote on the title page mentioning the relation between the submitted paper and the SCAN 2010 conference. This footnote should take the following form: The authors have presented the results of this paper during the SCAN 2010 conference in Lyon, September 2010.
  7. Please also send us (Götz Alefeld and Nathalie Revol) a copy of your submission.

If you have any question, please contact Götz Alefeld and/or Nathalie Revol.

Lyon, St Jean area with snow (courtesy J.-M. Muller)
Lyon, St Jean area with snow
(courtesy J.-M. Muller)

Organization

with the help of Sylvain Collange, Mioara Joldes, Erik Martin-Dorel, Christophe Mouilleron, Adrien Panhaleux, Bogdan Pasca, David Pfannholzer, Serge Torres.

Contact:

electronic address now closed.

Surface address:
SCAN 2010 (attn Nathalie Revol)
LIP
École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
46 allée d'Italie
69364 Lyon Cedex 07
France