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Progress in Computational Physics (PiCP)

Volume 1: Wave Propagation in Periodic Media

Editor: Matthias Ehrhardt

E-Book Series, Bentham Science Publishers

ISSN: 1879-4661, 2010[more to PiCP1]

Progress in Computational Physics (PiCP)

Volume 2: Coupled Fluid Flow in Energy, Biology and Environmental Research.

Editor: Matthias Ehrhardt

E-Book Series, Bentham Science Publishers

ISSN: 1879-4661, 2012[more to PiCP2]

Progress in Computational Physics (PiCP)

Volume 3: Novel Trends in Lattice Boltzmann Methods

Editor: Matthias Ehrhardt

E-Book Series, Bentham Science Publishers

ISSN: 1879-4661, May 2013

Abstract to this E-Book Series

This new eBook series is devoted to very recent research trends in computational physics publishing chapters from outstanding experts of high scientific level in modeling of physical problems. Hereby, it focus on the computational perspectives of current physical challenges, publishing new numerical techniques for the solution of mathematical equations including chapters describing certain real-world applications concisely. Moreover, the e-book series emphasize especially approaches that are interdisciplinary (cf. Volume 2)

Nowadays, with the help of powerful computers and sophisticated methods of numerical mathematics it is possible to simulate many ultramodern devices, e.g. photonic crystals structures, semiconductor nanostructures or fuel cell stacks devices, thus preventing expensive and longstanding design and optimization in the laboratories.

In this book series the research manuscripts will appear very compactly as single chapters and focussed on one hot topic per volume.

Audience

The likely audience of this book series are (electro) engineers (volume 1), physicists, meteorologists (volume 2), etc. and applied mathematicians (both academic and from companies) and especially car companies/ fuel cell producers (volume 2)

The book is designed to be consisting of a collection of contributed chapters. Outstanding experts working successfully in this challenging research area will be invited to contribute each a chapter of roughly 30-40 pages to this volume.

Academic Level

The principal audience is Ph.D. students and lecturer of computational physics and numerical mathematics.

Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines for Bentham E-Books are availablehere. While Bentham prefers submission in WORD format, also LaTeX chapters are acceptable. TeX/LaTeX authors may submit the original/source file(s) of their manuscript along with a camera-ready PDF file in a presentable form. For this purpose aLaTeX template file exists. Both 'latex' and 'pdflatex' can be used to generate the submission (we recommend the later possibility)