|Building a world-wide community of researchers, educators, policy makers, and students interested in Computational Sustainability
Computational Sustainability is an
interdisciplinary field that aims to apply techniques from computer
science, information science, operations research, applied
mathematics, and statistics for balancing environmental, economic,
and societal needs for sustainable development.
Focus: developing computational and
mathematical models and methods for decision making concerning the
management and allocation of resources in order to help solve some
of the most challenging problems related to sustainability.
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- Open-source tools, software
- Catalog of challenge problems
- Annotated bibliography
- Announcements, news items
- Conferences, workshops, panels, publications
- CompSust09 Conference, June 8-11, Ithaca NY, U.S.A.
- CROCS-09 Workshop at CP-09, September 20, Lisbon, Portugal
- CROCS at CPAIOR-10 Workshop at CPAIOR-10, June 15, Bologna, Italy
- CompSust'10 Conference, June 28-30, 2010, Boston MA, U.S.A.
- CompSust'12 Conference, July 4-6, 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark
- CROCS at CP-12 Workshop at CP-12, October 8, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
- CompSust-2016 Conference, July 6-8, 2016, Ithaca NY, U.S.A.
- CompSust-2017 Doctoral Consortium on Computational Sustainability, July 13-14, 2017, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
- Collaborative sustainability efforts
Computational Sustainability: Computational Methods for a
Sustainable Environment, Economy, and Society
- Computer scientists
- Information scientists
- Operations researchers
- Applied mathematicians
- Environmental scientists and engineers
- Land use and conservation planners
- Policy makers
- Anyone interested in computational sustainability!
Sustainable development is development that meets the needs
of the present generation without compromising the ability of
future generations to meet their own needs.
- Brundtland Commission, United Nations, 1983