[Reliable_computing] FW: 8th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing: deadline extended

Kreinovich, Vladik vladik at utep.edu
Tue Jan 23 22:21:41 CST 2018

The 8th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing

July 16-18, 2018, University of Liverpool, UK



The 8th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing
(REC) is hosted by the Institute for Risk and Uncertainty at the
University of Liverpool. The theme this time is on "Computing with
Confidence", although contributions on efficient computing,
imprecise probability and Bayesian methods are also welcome.
Academic institutions, research organisations and industries are
invited to contribute to the Workshop and to join in the
discussions on needs and developments in the field.

Reliable Engineering Computing has emerged as a multi-disciplinary
quality brand with this conference series, which has been hosted
at Georgia Tech Savannah in 2004, 2006, and 2008, at the National
University of Singapore in 2010, at Brno University of Technology
in Brno, Czech Republic in 2012, at Illinois Institute of
Technology in Chicago in 2014, and Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
in 2016. The REC-meetings provide a unique symbiosis of various
engineering and associated disciplines with the kernel areas of
Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics.
Central issue of the discussions is the reliability of engineering
computations. Cross-disciplinary advisements generate synergy and
impulses of a new quality for research and development, as well as
for innovative applications.

REC'2018 is a fantastic opportunity for the Institute for Risk and
Uncertainty to gather international experts in the field of
Uncertainty Quantification and Risk Analysis and prove the
importance of such topics in data science and engineering. Being
able to trust computations and correctly analyse our data, even
when the data come from imprecise measurements, has become a major
issue in recent times. Industries both in Engineering and Data
Science face this issue on a daily basis, therefore it is
necessary to provide efficient in-hand tools to make good use of
numeric computations.

The focus of this Workshop will be on industrial problems, and we
very much welcome contributions that are directed to answer an
industrial need. Theoretical contributions from the broad Robust
Bayesian and non-parametric community are also welcome. As in
previous conferences, inputs from engineering, physical and
environmental sciences, as well as health and biological sciences
will be expected.

REC'2018, with its unique multi-disciplinary character, provides
an ideal platform to bring together a diverse group of experts and
to achieve advancements in the field of Reliable Engineering
Computing. The results of this conference will provide support for
translation of Reliable Engineering Computing into general

February 14, 2018: abstract submission
February 15, 2018: abstract notification of acceptance
March 15, 2018: paper submission
April 15, 2018: paper notification of acceptance
May 15, 2018: final paper submission

Instructions for abstract submission:

Please submit both the original LaTeX / Word file AND the
associated PDF via a webpage https://goo.gl/aKYKLd

Abstracts might contain figure/table and relevant references but
are strictly limited to ONE page.

Ideally the paper will be 6-10 page long although there is no page limit.

The collection of REC2018 papers will be published in the Digital
Repository of the University of Liverpool. All the conference papers
will be freely available online.

Abstract Templates are available on the submissions part
http://riskinstitute.org.uk/rec2018/index.php?uri=call of the
conference website

* All abstracts and papers will be peer-reviewed
* Each paper will reside at a permanent URL online with a unique DOI
* Authors will retain the copyright of their papers
* All papers will be indexed in Google Scholar
* There will be no brick book to carry home after the conference
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