Learn About the Center for Computational Science’s Mission and Vision
February 12, 2:00-3:00 PM
School of Business Administration
Stubblefield Room 208
The University of Miami’s Center for Computational Science (CSS) is at the heart of data research, big and otherwise on all three campuses and beyond. The center hosts one of the largest, centralized, academic cyber infrastructures in the country, providing the research community with the computational power it needs for top-notch research.
Learn more about the CSS mission and vision at 2 p.m. on Thursday, February 12, at a seminar at the School of Business Administration, Stubblefield room 208.
There is much to learn for researchers in every discipline. For example, the center’s software engineering team, in collaboration with colleagues across UM, is developing tools that enable research in the medical, architectural, marine science, and engineering domains. Seven research programs span the physical and natural sciences, and include music engineering, data visualization, and new urbanism architecture.
CCS also has a vibrant education component, offering training workshops and courses, and empowering students, faculty and staff. CSS outreach programs are working with the broader community to increase computational literacy across the board.
So don’t miss the chance to learn more about the center’s mission and vision and its existing research collaborations as it seeks to open dialogue with more researchers in the UM community and beyond.