13th International Workshop on the Frontiers of
Computational Geodynamics (WFCG 2016)
July 3-4, 2016, Beijing
Welcome to WFCG 2016
On behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to announce that the 13th International Workshop on the Frontiers of Computational Geodynamics (WFCG 2016) will be held from July 3rd-4th 2016 in Beijing, China. Please mark these dates in your calendars now and pass on the information to your colleagues and students.
Sponsored and hosted by the Key Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, the International Workshop on the Frontiers of Computational Geodynamics annual workshop series has been successively held since 2004, attracting scientists from China and all over the world. While the focus of this year’s workshop will continue to be on geodynamic computing, we invite contributions from all fields of theoretical and observational geophysics and computational mathematics. Topics on other aspects of earth sciences are also welcome.
The official language of the workshop is English. Could you please submit the title and short abstract (one page) of your presentation by email to email@example.com by 15 June, 2016. We really appreciate your support and contributions.
Brief Introduction to Yuquanlu campus
The meeting will be held at the Yuquanlu campus of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is conveniently located near downtown Beijing, 15 minutes from the Tiananmen Square by subway and roughly an hour from the Beijing International Airport.
Key Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
College of Earth Science, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Geodynamics Commission, Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
Creative Research Team, CAS &CAFEA
Workshop Organizing Committee
Prof. Yaolin Shi, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chair)
Prof. Mian Liu, University of Missouri (Co-Chair)
Prof. Huai Zhang, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Secretary-in-General)
Contacting Email: For further information, please contact Miss Yue Chang, firstname.lastname@example.org