FEniCS‘19 at the Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Washington DC, June 2019.
The 2019 FEniCS Conference will take place at the Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM), Washington DC, on 12-14 June 2019.
- 5th December 2018: Abstract submission for talks and posters opened. Accommodation information coming soon.
- 4th December 2018: Registration opened. Abstract submission and accommodation information coming soon.
- 29th November 2018: Conference announced. Registration, abstract submission and accommodation information coming soon.
The FEniCS‘19 conference is an opportunity for all those interested in the FEniCS Project and related projects to exchange ideas, communicate their results and network with the automated scientific computing community. We welcome developers, existing and potential users of the FEniCS ecosystem as well as mathematicians, computer scientists and application domain specialists interested in numerical methods, their implementation and applications.
The FEniCS‘19 conference will emphasise an open and inclusive atmosphere, contributed talks from a diverse range of scientific areas, and dedicated time for discussions and coding.
To register for the FEniCS‘19 conference click here.
- Abstract submission: by 14 April 2019.
- Application for travel support: by 15 March 2019.
- Registration: by 14 April 2019.
- Conference: 12-14 June 2019.
- Conference Dinner: TBC.
- Single track session for talks.
- Dedicated poster session.
- Plenty of time for informal discussions and coding.
- Best student and postdoc presentation prize.
- Conference dinner on Thursday June 13, location to be confirmed.
All participants must register for the conference. Participants may register here. Registration and payment opened on 4th December 2018. The early bird conference registration fee is $230 (US), and includes payment for lunches, coffee breaks and the conference dinner.
The call for papers for FEniCS‘19 can be found here. Talk and poster abstract submission opened on 5th December 2018 via Easychair. Each participant can submit one talk and/or one poster abstract for review. A PDF version of the abstract must be submitted using the instructions provided on Easychair.
The conference will be held in the Greenwalt Building at 5241 Broach Branch Road North West, Washington, DC, 20015, USA.
Getting to Washington
The main options for travelling to Washington DC are:
- Fly to Reagan National Airport (DCA) and take the metro on the blue or yellow lines heading north.
- Fly to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and take the silver line express from door 4 arrivals to Wiehle-Reston East metro station, then take the silver line metro east.
- Fly to Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) and take the shuttle to the the BWI train station. Board the MARC or Amtrack train bound for Union Station. Descend into the metro for transportation around DC.
Participants will need to book their own accommodation. We politely suggest you book accommodation at least a few months in advance of the conference date.
If you have more time
Things to do in Washington DC:
- A plethora of Smithsonian Institution museums.
- Walk the National Mall.
- Culture and food in Dupont Circle.
- Visit Arlington National Cemetery.
- Enjoy a tour of the Capitol building.
- See the sights of old Georgetown.
NumFOCUS have kindly offered to support travel awards for attendees who would otherwise struggle to come to the conference for financial reasons, e.g. junior students and researchers or those working in countries with a less developed research infrastructure. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a poster or talk abstract to the conference.
To apply for a travel award, send a letter of motivation, an estimation of travel costs, CV and if applicable, the conference abstract to Nate Sime. Applications will be assessed by the local organising committee. The cut-off date for applications is March 15 2019.
Local organising committee
- Nate Sime (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Cian Wilson
- Shi Joyce Sim
FEniCS‘19 is supported by the Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Terrestrial Magnetism and NumFOCUS.