Thirteenth International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements (CMEM 2007)
Venue: Corinthia Towers Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jul 02, 2007||End Date/Time: Jul 04, 2007|
on the interaction between computational methods and experimental measurements.
The conference allows scientists working on experimental methods to communicate with researchers developing computer software, whose increasingly complex models require more complete and reliable data. New types of experiments allowing for more reliable interpretation of physical systems results in better virtual representation of reality. Experimental results are themselves increasingly dependent on specialised computer codes. It is only through the harmonious progressive development of the experimental and computational fields that engineering sciences will be able to progress.
Scientists working in laboratory and field experiments produce challenging results which require, in many cases, difficult interpretation, leading to the reformulation of the analytical tools used in established computer codes.
This successful series of conferences started in Washington DC (1981) followed by a meeting on board the Queen Elizabeth II Ocean Liner (1984); Porto Carras, Greece (1986); Capri (1988); Montreal (1991); Siena (1993); Capri (1995); Rhodes (1997); Sorrento (1999); Alicante (2001) and Sani Beach, Greece (2003), Malta (2005).