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NSF workshop on
Reliable Engineering Computing

September 15-17, 2004 | Savannah, Georgia

Across all branches of engineering, computational methods share the need for reliable results.  Reliability can be achieved only if all sources of errors, approximations, and uncertainty are accounted for.

This workshop is unique in combining computer science, mathematics, and engineering analysis to discuss the reliability of engineering computations, providing a common forum by which to continue cross-disciplinary advisements in the field.

Hosted by the Center for Reliable Engineering Computing, Georgia Tech Savannah.
Sponsored by The National Science Foundation, the CAST Division of AIChE, The Society for Risk Analysis, Sun Microsystems and the Georgia Institute of Technology.