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Call for Papers: SISC Copper Mountain Special Section

The 18th Copper Mountain Conference On Iterative Methods will take place from April 16 - 19, 2024.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SISC) plans a Special Section, dedicated to recent progress in iterative methods.

Submissions are encouraged in all aspects of iterative methods including the following areas:

  • Asynchronous iterative solvers
  • Mixed precision iterative solvers
  • Randomized iterative solvers and preconditioners
  • Eigenvalue and singular value methods and applications
  • Solvers at extreme scale & on next gen/accelerator node architectures
  • Iterative solvers and machine learning
  • Iterative solvers in data science and engineering
  • Iterative solvers and Quantum computing
  • Iterative solvers for time-dependent PDEs
  • Parallel-in-time methods
  • Multilevel solvers
  • Multigrid methods for partially structured grids
  • Rank-structured solvers and preconditioners
  • Robust & scalable iterative solution of coupled multi-physics problems
  • Solvers for indefinite systems
  • Iterative Applications: earth and energy systems
  • Iterative Applications: fluids, electromagnetics, plasmas
  • Iterative Applications: imaging
  • Optimization of complex problems & Systems
  • Inverse problems, regularization
  • Surrogate modeling & model reduction
  • Uncertainty quantification, PDEs with random data
  • Scientific Software for Iterative Methods

Submissions will be accepted through June 30, 2024. Attendees and participants of the conference, as well as the general community, are invited to submit papers. Papers will be subject to review by a guest Editorial Board.


All interested should submit a manuscript and cover letter in PDF format via SISC's online submission site.

Note the block labeled Section (just under the keywords block on your submission screen) and select "Special Section” from the dropdown box. Directly below this is a second block labeled Special Section, where you’ll want to select “Copper Mountain Special Section, Iterative Methods, 2024” from the dropdown.

If any questions, contact Heather Blythe, SIAM Publications Manager. 

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