KAUST Research Conference on Divide, Conquer, and Combine Methods in Large-scale Simulation and Analytics, a.k.a. the 28th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods (DD28)

In the tradition of the domain decomposition conference series, the abstracts published online before the conference are eligible to be works in progress, and are lightly reviewed by the Local Organizing Committee.  The papers that enter the proceedings after benefitting from presentation and discussion at the conference are formally peer-refereed under the supervision of an editorial board appointed for each meeting by the International Scientific Committee.  

Abstracts for the proposal of a minisymposium should be between 100 to 250 words.  They should be accompanied by a title, a complete list of organizers with affiliations, and a complete list of proposed presenters with affiliations.  Not all co-authors of the minisymposium presentations need to be presented at the time of proposal.  It is compelling to list the titles of the individual minisymposium talks, if available at the submission deadline, but these can be collected following acceptance along with the abstracts of the talks. Minisymposium abstracts can be in any convenient plaintext, pdf, or Word or Pages format and e-mailed to for consideration.  The submission e-mail will be considered to be that of the lead organizer.

Abstracts for contributed papers and e-posters should likewise be between 100 to 250 words.  They should be accompanied by a title and a complete list of authors.

Minisymposium and contributed talks will be accorded the same number of minutes for presentation at the meeting and the same number of pages (eight) in the subsequent proceedings.  The main distinction between the two is in scheduling at the conference, with minisymposia possessing obvious clustering.

E-posters (of which there is a maximum capacity of 18) will be pdf files with embedded hyperlinks (if desired) that can be dynamically swiped and zoomed in their digital stands.  It may be necessary to down-select e-poster submissions to the maximum capacity, in which case, their authors will be asked if they wish to convert their submissions to contributed papers.

Your abstract and submission data can be updated at any time until pulled for the program in January.   Abstract submissions should be made on the form here.