Are you interested in learning about computer
simulations?
Are you enrolling or enrolled
in a masters program at McGill?
Do you want to enhance your chances for an
interesting job?


Then the brand new CSE program at McGill could be for
you!
Many of the best universities around the world like
Stanford,
Oxford,
Princeton,
Austin/Texas,
NYU,
KTH,
ETH and
more
have introduced special programs to train graduate students in
CSE. Now
McGill
also has such a program in the departments of
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
(AOS),
Computer Science (CS),
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE),
Mathematics and Statistics (MATH),
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
and others could be joining soon.
What is Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)?
CSE is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary area with connections to
the sciences, engineering, mathematics and computer science. CSE
focuses on the development of problemsolving methodologies and robust
tools for the solution of scientific and engineering problems. We
believe that CSE will play an important if not dominating role for the
future of the scientific discovery process and engineering design
(see www.siam.org/cse/report.htm).



Computation is now regarded as an equal and indispensable partner,
along with theory and experiment, in the advance of scientific
knowledge and engineering practice. Numerical simulation enables the
study of complex systems and natural phenomena that would be too
expensive or dangerous, or even impossible, to study by direct
experimentation. The quest for ever higher levels of detail and
realism in such simulations requires enormous computational capacity,
and has provided the impetus for dramatic breakthroughs in computer
algorithms and architectures. Due to these advances, computational
scientists and engineers can now solve largescale problems that were
once thought intractable.

If you are interested, take a look at the calender in the sections
AOS,
CS,
ECE,
MATH,
ME,
contact directly the CSE representative in your department below, or come to
one of our to
meet us:
