What is eScience?  We offer two definitions, one long and one short:

  • eScience studies, enacts, and improves the ongoing process of innovation in computationally-intensive or data-intensive research methods; typically this is carried out collaboratively, often using distributed infrastructure. eScience encompasses all fields of research and addresses all stages of the research lifecycle, from formulation of the research questions, through large scale simulations and data analytics, scientific discovery, up to long-term sharing, reusing, and reapplying of the results, data as well as the relevant tools, processes and knowledge.
  • eScience promotes innovation in collaborative, computationally- or data-intensive research across all disciplines, throughout the research lifecycle.

Current conference:

  • The 18th IEEE International Conference on e-Science, Utah (eScience 2022)

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Conference Statistics (number of papers submitted, number accepted, % accepted, number of attendees)
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eScience Steering Committee (members, charter, meeting minutes, etc.)