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The Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moleculaire (CECAM) is a European organization devoted to the promotion of fundamental research on advanced computational methods and their applications in science and technology.

CECAM was founded in Paris in 1969 and is now structured as a network of 19 nodes across Europe and in Israel with Headquarters at EPFL Lausanne.

CECAM has two French member organizations: the CNRS (INP and INC) and the CEA. CECAM's main activity is the organization of scientific workshops in emerging areas of particle-based computational science. Over the last 15 years this was increasingly complemented with a training program of tutorials and schools at the graduate and postdoctoral level.






E-CAM supports Software, Training and Discussion in Simulation and Modeling.

E-CAM is an e-infrastructure for software development, training, and industrial discussion in simulation and modelling. It has a 60 month duration (starting from October 2015) and involves 48 staff years of effort. E-CAM has a total budget of €4,836,897.

Call for projects

There is an annual call for proposals with a deadline in June for flagship events in the following year. All proposals undergo the same reviewing procedure, independently of whether they are supposed to take place at the CECAM HQ or at a node.