Ghattas team wins Gordon Bell Pr... Ghattas team wins Gordon Bell Prize, Biros students take top supercomputing awards
Dell Medical School and Biomedic... Dell Medical School and Biomedical Engineering dual appointment recruits new ICES researcher
Gordon Bell Prize finalists from... Gordon Bell Prize finalists from ICES
The ICES Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM) Graduate Studies program prepares students for the interdisciplinary field of computational engineering and sciences. Graduate studies focus on computational science, computational engineering, applied mathematics, scientific research, and computer modeling, simulation, and visualization. CSEM degrees provide graduates with exciting career opportunities in academia, industry, medicine, and government labs. The use of mathematical modeling is growing rapidly, and it is used to simulate, for example, the remediation of contaminants in the groundwater, tidal surges in coastal environments, space shuttle entry physics, drug design and delivery, reactive transport of magma, the damage and failure of composite materials, patient specific surgical procedures, dynamics of polar ice sheets, and the human ear and vocal cords.