MeshFree Methods and Radial Basis Functions in Computational Sciences
ICCS 2021

Krakow, Poland| 16-18 June, 2021

Contact: Prof. Vaclav Skala,
e-mail:   subj. MESHFREE 2021 (please, KEEP this subject in a mail)

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Paper submission December 18, 2020 January 15, 2021 (EXTENDED)

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Workshop Scientific Committee:

  • Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
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  • Marco Evangelos Biancolini, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy
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  • Edward,J. Kansa, University of California (Davis) & Convergent Solutions, USA
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  • Samsul Ariffin Abdul Karim, Petronas University of Technology, Malaysia
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  • Fernando César Meira Menandro, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
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  • Rongjinang Pan, Shandong University, China
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Track Description

Meshfree methods are a hot topic in computational sciences and numerical mathematics.

Standard computational methods used across many application fields require tessellation in 2D or 3D using triangular or tetrahedral meshes. Tessellation itself is computationally expensive especially in higher dimensions and the result of that computation is again discrete, and physical phenomena are not smoothly interpolated.

The meshfree methods are especially convenient for scattered data processing as they do not require tessellation. They are used not only for interpolation and approximation, but also for a solution of partial and ordinary differential equations, etc.
Meshfree methods are scalable to higher dimensions and offer smooth final representation and they lead to a solution of a system of linear equations, in general.

This ICCS 2021 workshop is intended to explore broad computational applicability of the Meshfree methods especially based on Radial Basis Functions across many areas, including theoretical and mathematical aspects of the Meshfree methods.

The aim is also to connect latest theoretical research results with possible computational applications, i.e. put together theory and applications in computational sciences.

The accepted and presented papers are expected to be published in the ICCS 2021 conference proceedings.

Main topics (but not limited to):
(please, use this numbers as a sub-sessions identification  as XX as mentioned above)

  1. Meshfree methods in engineering problems
  2. Meshfree methods and differential equations
  3. Meshfree methods and GIS, CAD/CAM systems
  4. Meshfree methods in theory and practice
  5. Meshfree methods and computational and numerical issues
  6. Meshfree interpolation and approximation methods for large scalar and vector data sets
  7. Meshfree methods for scattered spatio-temporal data, t-varying systems etc.
  8. Radial Basis Functions (RBF) in computer graphics, visualization etc.
  9. Meshfree methods in image processing and computer vision
  10. Meshfree methods and projective space representation
  11. Comparison of meshfree and mesh based computational methods
  12. Scattered data interpolation and approximation methods
  13. Radial Basis Functions for a mesh morphing and data mapping
  14. Meshfŕee methods for corrupted image reconstruction and inpainting removal
  15. Meshfree methods applications in general


Prof. Vaclav Skala,
e-mail: subj. MESHFREE 2021 (please, keep this subject in a mail)
Head of the Center of Computer Graphics and Visualization
c/o Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Faculty of Applied Sciences
University of West Bohemia, Plzen [Pilsen]
Czech Republic

Meshfree Research Group at the University of West Bohemia

Actual list of meshless/RBF related publications of our group:


Last update: 2020-09-15