CCP is the world’s largest conference on Computational Physics. It is an annual event, rotating between the continents of Asia-Australia, Europe-Africa, and North and South America. In previous Asia-Australia rotations, it graced: Gyeongju, Korea 2006, Beijing, China 2003, Brisbane, Australia 2000.

Scientists in any area of computational physics are welcome to participate. Subfields such as Condensed Matter, AMO, Plasma/Space, High Energy, QIS, Complex Systems, Education, New Method form the major program.

Even in December, Taiwan has beautiful weather. The culture, cuisine and scenery will make the visit refreshing in addition to academic enriching.


Yours Truly,


James J.Y. Hsu, ph.d.
Professor, Department of Physics, NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan
Director, Institute of Space, Astrophysical and Plasma Sciences, NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan
Chairman, the Organizing Committee of the Conference on Computational Physics,
2009, Kaohsiung, Taiwan



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