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  • The Center for Computational Biology at Koç University aims to develop fundamental understanding of biological systems using information resources, advanced modeling and computational methods with the collaboration of inter-disciplinary research groups.

    Research activities are concentrated in the following areas:

    • Development of models and computational methods for the analysis of protein folding dynamics
    • Analysis of protein structure and function
    • Development of models and algorithms for the prediction of protein secondary structures
    • Synthesis of small molecule drug candidates using mathematical programming
    • Analysis of protein-protein interactions

    Website: Koc University - The Center for Computational Biology

  • The Institute for Graduate Studies in Sciences and Engineering offers graduate work leading to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in the following areas: Chemistry, Mathematics, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Physics, Secondary School Science and Mathematics Education, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Programs which offer only M.S. degrees are Automotive Engineering, Medical systems and Informatics, and Software Engineering. Additionally, there are interdisciplinary programs offering M.S. degrees in Systems and Control Engineering, Computational Science and Engineering, Engineering and Technology Management, Financial Engineering and Fuel and Energy Technologies.

    Website: Boğaziçi University - Computational Science and Engineering

  • Would you like to confront a tornado in virtual reality and predict its intentions? Or understand the behaviour of financial markets? What if you could simulate the outcome of a surgical procedure before it is put into practice? Are you interested in being part of a team that can teach you how to take on these challenges? The answer is our two-year international Master of Computational Science.

    Computational science is a relatively new discipline that has established itself as the third pillar of modern science (alongside theoretical and experimental science), and involves the modelling, simulation and analysis of world phenomena through computation.

    Modern science has opened up new windows onto the physical and social sciences, earth sciences and life sciences at many levels of scale. Understanding this complexity is one of the biggest scientific challenges of our time. As a computational scientist you can be at the forefront of work in this field.

    Website: University of Amsterdam - Computational Science

  • Today, many problems in science and engineering can only be treated using computers. Therefore, there is a need in industry for well trained scientists and engineers with a profound knowledge in mathematics and computer science. In recent years, curricula in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) have been introduced in the US and in Europe. They are interdisciplinary and application oriented and concentrate on problem solving taking into account computer simulation.

    CSE means mathematical modelling, scientific computing and the use of computers for analyzing scientific problems. CSE is different from computer science but also from theory and experiment the traditional ways of studying processes in science and engineering. CSE represents a third scientific way in addition to theory and experiment.

    CSE graduates are able to work in a team on interdisciplinary problem solving in an application area making use of a profound knowledge in mathematics and computer science.

    The Department offers both a Batchelor and Master CSE program.

    Website: ETH Zürich - Computational Science and Engineering

  • Advanced mathematical modeling and high performance methods in numerical simulations open new perspectives for science, research and economy. Exploiting the capabilities of modern supercomputers, increasingly complex problems can be tackled - covering a very broad spectrum of disciplines, from exact and natural sciences to economics and social sciences, including biomedical, environmental, materials, and engineering sciences. The ICS provides a unique research environment, where strong competences in modeling, mathematics, simulation and information science come together in an open and application oriented atmosphere.

    Website: University of Lugano - Institute of Computational Science

  • Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is the world of modeling, digital simulation and computer experiments of complex problems in incredibly divers areas ranging from hemodynamics and stellar formation to design of novel materials or study of climate changes.

    The new Master in Computational Science and Engineering is an inter-disciplinary program which is designed to provide the students a combination of skills in areas such as high performance computing, numerical mathematics, multiscale and multi-physics modeling together with a wide range of elective application courses.

    Website1: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - Computational Science and Engineering
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    Website: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - Education

  • At Uppsala University, the field of Scientific Computing includes numerical analysis, algorithms, programming techniques, numerical experiments applied to model problems, collaborative projects in computational science and engineering involving industry and other departments in academia.

    Uppsala University offers both undegraduate and graduate courses.

    Website: Uppsala University - Scientific Computing

  • The Master Programme is offered by the School of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Engineering Physics D,E,F at KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. The Programme is given by the Department of Numerical Analysis and Computing Science, Nada, is open to students from all over the world, and is offered free of charge. The program language is English.

    The scientific course program gives profound knowledge in Scientific Computing for large industrial processes and comprises a number of areas: Numerical methods, matematical modeling, object oriented program construction, algorithms for parallel programming and applications in fluid dynamics, electro-magnetics, financial mathematics, computational physics and chemistry.

    Website: KTH Royal Institute of Technology - Master of Science in Scientific Computing

  • It is an exciting time for Scientific Computing. With the advent of novel numerical techniques and the rapid deployment of high performance computing (HPC) hardware in industry and academia the subject is emerging as the third pillar of scientific enquiry. It links theory and observations and pushes theory beyond the assumptions required for analytically tractable solutions. The rapid take up in academia is also now reflected in the core research in industry and financial sector. To help students begin careers in Scientific Computing, be it in University or industry, the CSC offers a taught masters course. Students completing this MSc will receive the core skills to help them undertake either postgraduate research or enter the growing industrial and financial HPC market.

    Website: University of Warwick - Postgraduate Studies in Scientific Computing