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School of Computational Sciences

In an age of increasing application of computation as a major scientific research tool, an understanding and development of computational resources has taken on new importance in scientific community. The School of Computational Sciences, established in 2000, is a product of the Institute's endeavors to embrace such rapid paradigm shift in science. The School supports research in a broad range of fields for which computational methods are appropriate from theoretical and computational physics, bioinformatics, theoretical and computational materials science, theoretical and computational biophysics, and quantum information science. The School is uniquely positioned to promote interdisciplinary research and cross-pollination of ideas that cross conventional discipline boundaries.


  • C/A Seminar (Comp/AI)

  • Comp/AI Conference (Comp/AI)


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