The field of computational science and engineering continues to evolve and reinvent itself in response to the fast-paced developments in computational models and simulations. These simulations are necessary and increasingly ubiquitous in resolving contemporary physical and engineering problems: complex algorithms are responsible for translating and visually displaying engineering scenarios that allow for studying an issue from every angle and running a variety of potential solutions accordingly.


Computational tools and research have the additional advantage of being cost-effective, thereby enhancing resource-allocation efficiency.


Established in 2009, the 2023 edition of Advances in Computational Tools for Engineering Applications conference (ACTEA’23) is therefore dedicated to highlighting the progress on research in computational engineering, inviting the expertise of practitioners and developers in both academia and the industry to showcase the latest trends, technology, and methods in the field.


You are invited to browse the ACTEA website to access the Call for Papers, registration requirements, and deadlines. You can also read previous conference proceedings and stay updated on the latest developments. 


- The language of the conference is English.
- Conference proceedings will be submitted to and published via the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
- All papers must be submitted electronically through the Conference website. The works must be original and not previously published.
- In the case of multiple authors, at least one of the authors of an accepted paper must register and attend the Conference to present the work.


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