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February 23-26, 2022

The SIAM International Meshing Roundtable Workshop 2022 (SIAM IMR22) will be held Feb. 23-26, 2022 as an online-only conference.

The SIAM IMR will be online only this year.

In October we communicated that SIAM had taken the decision that all its conferences in the first half of 2022 would be hybrid, including the SIAM IMR workshop. The organizing committee has now taken the decision that in 2022 the SIAM IMR will run as a free, online only, event.

We have not taken this decision lightly, but based on important factors, including:

  • A survey of the IMR community indicates a large majority intended to attend the Hybrid SIAM IMR online.
  • The onset of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 makes travel in February an unknown.
  • We held a highly successful online IMR in June 2021.

The online event will run February 23-26, 2022, as originally planned.


  • Information on how to register for the IMR will be available in January 2022.
  • A call for four-page research notes and the technical poster session is also open, with a deadline for commitment by December 1, 2021 and submission by January 14, 2022 (extended from January 7, 2022).
  • The meshing contest is now open with submission deadline of February 4, 2022.
  • We are excited to announce our plenary speakers for this year’s conference!

About the SIAM IMR

In 1992, Sandia National Laboratories started the International Meshing Roundtable as a small meeting of like-minded companies and organizations striving to establish a common focus for research and development in the field of mesh and grid generation. After 29 years as a successful conference series, we are joining SIAM to organize the IMR in our 30th year, which will now be known as the SIAM International Meshing Roundtable Workshop. This year’s roundtable will be held co-located with the SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (PP22).

The SIAM IMR workshop continues to focus on bringing together researchers and developers from academia, national labs and industry in a stimulating, open environment to share technical information related to mesh generation and general pre-processing techniques.