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Our department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE) is now accepting graduate program applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. Apply today!
CMSE faculty member Dr. Dirk Colbry was featured in the ASEE Prism Magazine cover article covering the topic of an intersection of research and high-performance machines that make sense of big data.
CMSE faculty members Claudio Kopper, Sean Couch and Wolfgang Kerzendorf are part of a multi-institution effort funded $2.8 million dollars by the National Science Foundation(NSF) grant to develop a framework for a Scalable Cyberinfrastructure Institute for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics, or SCIMMA, that would allow data intensive discovery from researchers around the world in multi-messenger Astrophysics.
Our new series, CMSE IMPACT, introduces the research focuses of individual CMSE faculty members to better present the diverse scopes that exist in our CMSE Department. The first featured guest is CMSE faculty member, Dr. Alex Dickson.
Click to read and watch more about Dr. Dickson's research project.
Anna Yannakopoulos is a graduate student in the Department of Computational Science, Mathematics, and Engineering at MSU. She works on uncovering the genetic basis for disease in humans. To do this, Yannakopoulos utilizes machine learning techniques.
Congratulations to CMSE faculty Dr. Michael Murillo for being recognized as a Top Referee by the Physics of Plasmas Journal!
The CMSE department is sponsoring a MSU-hosted two-day workshop on Quantum Computing Fundamentals using IBM's software framework, Qiskit (https://qiskit.org). The workshop will take place October 18–19, 2019 at the MSU Union Building. The deadline to register is September 27th. Sign up and learn more here.
Kayla Johnson is a graduate student studying human genetics at MSU. She works under Dr. Arjun Krishnan to find systems and patterns of genes that correlate to certain diseases and to understand how these are impacted by a patient’s age, sex, and the tissues specific to the problems exhibited by the patient.
Dr. Christopher Mancuso of the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering has been awarded the Kirschstein-NRSA postdoctoral fellowship from the National Institute of
General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health.
The Ingham Intermediate School District recently held MASCOT (Mathematics Augmentation Series: Cultivating Optimal Teaching) and visited the CMSE department where they gained experience with mathematics and computational science.