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Prestigious research fellowships awarded to CMSE faculty
Prestigious Research Fellowships Awarded to CMSE Faculty

The CMSE department is excited to congradulate Matthew J. Hirn for being selected to receive 2016 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowships.

February 25, 2016
Alex Dickson Drug Discovery Talk
Seminar Presentation - Ligand Residence Times and Exit Pathways Obtained in Silico without Biasing Forces

CMSE Professor Alex Dickson 

Ligand residence times and exit pathways obtained in silico without biasing forces

Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Seminar

DATE: Friday February 19, 2016

TIME: 9:00am – 10:00am

LOCATION: B448 Life Science

February 18, 2016
WNLS 6 News: Celebrating Spartans: Taking on the world's biggest challenges
WNLS 6 News: Celebrating Spartans: Taking on the world's biggest challenges

WXLN 6 News highlights CMSE Researcher by Sean Couch in a feature about the MSU Global Impact Initiative.

February 9, 2016
CMSE Faculty Mohsen Zayernouri Appointed Editor of the International Journal of Computer Mathematics
CMSE Faculty Mohsen Zayernouri Appointed Editor of the International Journal of Computer Mathematics

CMSE Assistant Professor Mohsen Zayernouri appointed Editor of the International Journal of Computer Mathematics.

 

January 21, 2016
CMSE Faculty receives award from RCSA, "Nuclear Burps and Belches: Presupernova Eruptions in 3D"
CMSE Faculty receives award from RCSA, "Nuclear Burps and Belches: Presupernova Eruptions in 3D"

Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE) Faculty, Sean Couch along with co-pi Nathan Smith (Arizona) were awarded a Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA) award at "Scialog: Time Domain Astrophysics: Stars and Explosions" for their research on “Nuclear Burps and Belches: Presupernova Eruptions in 3D.” 

January 19, 2016
NEW COURSE: PHY 905, sec 004

Title:  Designing and Building Applications for Extreme Scale Systems

Learn how to design and implement applications for extreme-scale systems, including analyzing and understanding the performance of applications, the primary causes of poor performance and scalability, and how both the choice of algorithm and programming system impact achievable performance. The course covers multi-and many-core processors, interconnects in high-performance computing systems, parallel I/O, and the impact of faults on program and algorithm design.

November 20, 2015
MSU nets part of $5M big data grant from National Science Foundation
MSU nets part of $5M big data grant from National Science Foundation

MSU netted part of $5M big data grant from National Science Foundation to implement a high-speed infrastructure that will allow scientists to access and share their research across the region with unprecedented ease.

October 2, 2015
MSU's Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering to hold inaugural workshop

MSU’s newly formed Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering will host an inaugural workshop Sept. 16 -17, to kick off intellectual discourse on scientific computing and data science.

July 23, 2015
Seeing triple: New 3-D model could solve supernova mystery
Seeing Triple: New 3-D Model could Solve Supernova Mystery

A team of scientists, led by MSU researchers, have developed the first 3-D model of an exploding star, a step that could lead to learning how massive stars blow up.

July 22, 2015
New department advances computational science research, education
New department advances computational science research, education

A new academic department at Michigan State University will bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines and will serve to advance cutting-edge interdisciplinary science and the training of undergraduate and graduate students.

April 14, 2015
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