September 20-23, 2021
Worldwide Online Conference
Covid-19 Announcement (updated on Feb. 22)
eScience21 is scheduled to be held fully online on Sept. 20-23, 2021, since it is likely that travel and in-person meeting restrictions will still be in place by the time of the conference.
We will publish accepted papers and posters in the IEEE conference proceedings through the IEEE digital Library as outlined in the CFP. We are planning to conduct a virtual program that will support live sessions of keynote speakers and author presentations, supplemented by online material including videos, slides, and discussions. When we know more about the program and how we will accommodate the international audience across time zones, we will also announce registration fees. At this time, we expect the workshops, tutorials and poster presentations to be conducted virtually on the days they are scheduled and that each workshop/tutorial/poster session will use a virtual format that suits their objectives for participation.
For questions, please contact the General Chair.
IEEE eScience 2021 brings together leading interdisciplinary research communities, developers and users of eScience applications and enabling IT technologies. The objective of the eScience Conference is to promote and encourage all aspects of eScience and its associated technologies, applications, algorithms and tools with a strong focus on practical solutions and challenges. eScience 2021 interprets eScience in its broadest meaning that enables and improves innovation in data- and compute-intensive research across all domain sciences ranging from traditional areas in physics and earth sciences to more recent fields such as social sciences, arts and humanities, and artificial intelligence for a wide variety of target architectures including HPC, cloud and IoT infrastructures.
Co-located with GRP 2021
eScience 2021 is virtually co-located with the 2nd Global Research Platform (2GRP) Workshop, also being held virtually. These two audiences share common interests, content, and culture. Virtual co-location provides attendees with the option to register for both events.