CSEM Applications Open
Applications for admissions to the ICES graduate degree program in
Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM) are now being
accepted. The program provides opportunities for interdisciplinary study and research in the core components of CSEM and to be involved in
the forefront of research in areas such as computational materials,
computational and applied mathematics, computational geosciences,
computational biology, computational fluid and solid mechanics, computational
electromagnetics and acoustics, computational earth sciences, distributed
and grid computing, computational visualization, multiscale modeling, and related fields.
All Ph.D. applications received by the ICES Admissions Committee before the
official deadline, January 15, 2013, will be considered for financial aid.
Highly competitive, four-year CSEM and NIMS fellowships that include health
benefits, tuition, and stipends ranging from $30,000 to $35,000 per year
are available for top U.S. and international students. In recent years, more
than half of the students entering the program have been awarded an ICES
fellowship and all students accepted into the program and requiring support
have been accommodated.
Prospective students are urged to learn more about the program on the
ICES Graduate Studies web pages.
Posted: Sept. 13, 2012