Computational methods are a tool that is used in virtually all areas of science. This one-day workshop aims to entice Perimeter researchers from different areas to discuss the computational tools they use in their everyday work -- even when research fields differ, computational methods are often similar. At Perimeter, researchers employ a wide range of algorithms ranging from traditional number-crunching to novel graph processing methods, and these may be implemented either in large, collaborative codes, or in exploratory Maple/Mathematica/Python scripts.
We invite participants from all areas of research at Perimeter. Presentations should aim to give an overview of the computational methods they employ, without requiring in-depth knowledge of a particular field. This workshop also aims to create a user community for the new computing hardware available at Perimeter.