Scientific Computing has always been a highly specialized community, but until recently that community has not made heavy use of particularly modern C++. In recent years, however, this has changed quite rapidly. The introduction of proposals for mdspan, mdarray, and standard library algebra have made scientific computing more relevant to modern C++ than ever, and vice versa.
To advance this objective CppCon features a Scientific Computing Track. This track is intended to support the increasing number of CppCon talks that touch on important (but highly specialized) emerging topic in C++ for scientific and high performance computing.
Please contact the Scientific Computing Track Chair, Damien Lebrun-Grandie, if you have any questions or suggestions.