VERSAILLES, France, Feb. 18 — Scilab Enterprises and the Scilab International Partnership Committee announce today the registration opening for ScilabTEC 2014 and communicate the program of the two-day conference.
This year Claude Gomez, Scilab Enterprises CEO, is pleased to welcome two keynote speakers who will explain the importance of Scilab in particular and open source in general in their respective environments:
- Alan Edelman, Professor of Applied Mathematics, MIT
- Philippe Marchal, Deputy Director On Board/Soil Systems and Space Dynamics, CNES
Following the success of the international call for papers, ScilabTEC 2014 full agenda offers Scilab users to discover high quality presentations and innovative applications in various fields with the confirmed interventions of INRA, AREVA, Noesis Solutions, Sysfera, Structures, Esterline, Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences, CNES, University of Luxembourg, Enginsoft, CEREMA, Cospas-Sarsat, TBSS.c3e, Inria and GEOLAB-CNRS.
The first evening, participants may meet over dinner with the organizers during a moment of conviviality and exchange between all.
To discover the complete program, intervention abstracts and to register, please visit http://scilabtec.com ScilabTEC, annual international meeting of current and future Scilab users, has become the major event of numerical computation and simulation community since 2009. For more information, please contact email@example.com. ScilabTEC 2014 is organized with the support of Inria and IRT System X.
About Scilab Enterprises
Official publisher and professional services provider of Scilab Open Source Software for numerical computation and simulation, Scilab Enterprises is a spin-off of Inria. Scilab Enterprises is committed to providing expertise to industrial companies in the implementation of optimal solutions in terms of technological innovation with computation and simulation tools. Scilab Enterprises advises them by offering a comprehensive range of support, migration, development services and the implementation of specific applications in their technology environments.
For more information: http://www.scilab-enterprises.com
About Scilab International Partnership Committee
The Scilab International Partnership Committee (IPC) aims to unite industrial and academic partners in a powerful international ecosystem to reinforce the resources implemented for the development and publishing of Scilab, the support of the community of contributors, the scientific coordination, the monitoring of quality and the promotion of the software. For more information: http://www.scilab-enterprises.com/partners/ipc
Source: Scilab Enterprises