To teach students to develop novel and robust computational methods and tools to solve scientific, engineering, technology, and business problems. To produce highly versatile computational scientists, engineers, technologists, or business executives with a good understanding of the connections among various disciplines, capable of interacting and collaborating effectively with scientists, engineers, and professionals in other fields. To increase the number of graduate professionals available to work in computational science and engineering.
To increase the diversity of graduate professionals, especially underrepresented minority and African Americans available to work in the computational science and engineering field.
To assist the State of North Carolina and the Nation to increase the pool of graduates with training and experience in computational science and engineering, interdisciplinary applications, and research. Admission Requirements for the M.
An applicant requesting financial aid is strongly encouraged to provide a resume. Summary of this volume: The aim of ICCMSE was to bring together computational scientists and engineers from the following disciplines: Computational mathematics, theoretical physics, computational physics, theoretical chemistry, computational chemistry, mathematical chemistry, computational engineering, computational mechanics, computational biology and medicine, computational geosciences and meteorology, computational economics and finance, financial forecasting, scientific computation, high performance computing, parallel and distributed computing, visualization, problem solving environments, software tools, advanced numerical algorithms, modelling and simulation of complex systems, web-based simulation and computing, grid-based simulation and computing, computational grids, fuzzy logic, hybrid computational methods, data mining and information retrieval, virtual reality, reliable computing, image processing, and computational science and education.
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