The 6th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM2015)

Pullman Hotel, Auckland, New Zealand

July 14, 2015 – July 17, 2015

The ICCM is an international conference providing an international forum for exchanging ideas on recent advances in areas related to computational methods, numerical modelling & simulation, as well as their applications in engineering and science. It will accommodate presentations on a wide range of topics to facilitate inter-disciplinary exchange of ideas in science, engineering and related disciplines, and foster various types of academic collaborations.

The ICCM conference series were originated in Singapore in 2004 by Professor GR Liu, followed by ICCM2007 in Hiroshima, Japan, ICCM2010 in Zhangjiajie, China, ICCM2012 in Gold Coast, Australia, and ICCM2014 at Cambridge, England. We are looking forward to seeing you at ICCM2015 at Auckland, New Zealand.

The conference venue will be at the Pullman Hotel (address: CNR Princes St & Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland City, 1143, New Zealand), which is a 5 Start Hotel near the University of Auckland: Please see the Announcement for booking procedure for special rates.

New Zealand is well-known for its magnificent natural beauty. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and has been consistently rated as one of most liveable cities in the world. It is well connected to major cities by direct flights. Visiting the beautiful city and surrounding landscape will provide a unique and unforgettable experience. More information can be found at the following links,;;


Raj Das (Conference Chair)

G.R. Liu (Honorary Chair)



ICCM2015: Invitation Letter for Visa Application

If you need visa to New Zealand, please contact Dr. Raj Das at  
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Invitation Letter for participants from China


We will send the Invitation Letter both electronically and by post automatically for all China participants, when their abstract/paper will be accepted. Participants from China do not need to contact Prof. Das individually.

Prof. Raj Das

ICCM2015 Chairman

Posted: 2015-03-25

Pullman Auckland Hotel Booking


Our conference is located at Pullman Auckland Hotel. The hotel offers ICCM2015 participants:

1) Superior Twin Room (two Singled Beds for two adults) NZD185.00 per night

2) Superior King Room (one king bed for two adults) NZD185.00 per night

3) Executive King Suite (one king bed for two adults) NZD235.00 per night

Rates are inclusive of GST (15%), Wi-Fi internet, newspaper and access to the Health Club and Spa. Breakfast is available for an additional $25.00 per day.


To book please email the Pullman Auckland on and quote ‘ICCM2015’ or alternatively call the reservation team on +64 9 353 1000 between Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.


Pullman Auckland address:
Corner Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland 1010, New Zealand



Please contact the hotel directly.

Posted: 2015-03-24

Revise the Abstract/Paper


After submission, if you want to change track number please email Ms. Joanne Wang at, and indicate the submission ID number and the new track number.

If you want to revise abstract/paper, please send the revised abstract/paper in PDF format to Ms. Joanne Wang at, and indicate the submission ID number.

If you want all the authors' names to be included in the Author Index in the Proceedings, please go to "Summary", choose "Edit Metadata", and then "Add Author".

Posted: 2015-03-24

Invitation Letter for Visa Application

Participants from many countries do not need a visa to New Zealand. Please contact the New Zealand embassy at your country (or simply visit their website Visiting New Zealand) for the policy.  If you do need a visa, and an Invitation Letter for your visa application, you need to email ICCM2015 Chairman Prof. Raj Das at Please provide the following information to Prof. Das:

Title (Professor/Dr/etc)

Full name



Passport no  (if they wish to be included)

Paper title:

Paper ID:

Please also indicate if you need a letter in PDF version or by post.
Posted: 2015-03-15
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