Proceedings of the 2022 Computational Techniques and Applications Conference
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia 29 November – 2 December, 2022
The 21st Biennial Computational Techniques and Appli- cations Conference (CTAC-2022) was hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences and Centre for Data Science at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane.
The ANZIAM Special Interest Group in Computational Mathematics is responsible for this series of conferences, the first of which was held in 1981. The meeting provides an interactive forum for researchers interested in the de- velopment and use of computational methods applied to engineering, scientific and other problems. Participants of the conference are able to submit a short article based on their presentation for publication in this special section of the ANZIAM Journal (Electronic Supplement). The ed- itors, Tim Moroney, Qianqian Yang, Vivien Challis and Elliot Carr, thank the referees whose efforts have helped improve the quality of these conference proceedings.
This Special Section of the ANZIAM Journal (Electronic Supplement) contains the refereed conference papers. The eight keynote presentations were as follows.
Chris Drovandi, Queensland University of Technology
Likelihood-Free Bayesian Inference and Model Mis- specification
Jennifer Flegg, The University of Melbourne Mathematical Modelling of Avascular Tumour Growth
Frances Kuo, The University of New South Wales
Lattice Meets Lattice—Application of Lattice Cuba- ture to Models in Lattice Gauge Theory
Christian Lubich, University of Tuebingen Convergent evolving surface finite element algo- rithms for geometric evolution equations
Marco Palombo, Cardiff University Perspectives on AI-powered brain microstructure imaging
Emilie Sauret, Queensland University of Technology
A hybrid Lattice Boltzmann approach for simulating viscoelastic instabilities and elastic turbulence
Karen E Willcox, The University of Texas at Austin
Predictive Digital Twins: From Aerospace Engineer- ing to Computational Oncology
Andy Wilkins, CSIRO
The Importance of Mathematics
The presentation by Andy Wilkins was a public lecture. The conference attracted 76 registered participants, and featured a total of 54 contributed talks.
CTAC2022 Organising Committee (QUT)
• Tim Moroney • Qianqian Yang • Ian Turner
• Vivien Challis • Elliot Carr
• Sarie Gould
CTAC2022 Scientific Committee
• Kevin Burrage (QUT)
• Vivien Challis (QUT)
• Frances Kuo (UNSW)
• Bishnu Lamichhane (Newcastle) • Quoc Thong Le Gia (UNSW)
• Fawang Liu (QUT)
• William Mclean (UNSW) • Tim Moroney (QUT)
• Linda Stals (ANU)
• Ian Turner (QUT)
• Qianqian Yang (QUT)
Acknowledgements QUT acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara, as the First Nations owners of the lands where QUT now stands. We pay respect to their Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We recognise that these lands have always been places of teaching, research and learning. QUT acknowledges the important role Aborigi- nal and Torres Strait Islander people play within the QUT community.
We gratefully acknowledge support from the following sponsors:
School of Mathematical Sciences, QUT
Centre for Data Science, QUT
Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc
Mathematics of Computation and Optimization (MoCaO) special interest group of the Australian Mathematical Society
The ANZIAM Student Support Scheme