The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) is the focal point for the wide spectrum of research in computational science and engineering at the University of Michigan. This includes the development and deployment of sophisticated models from nearly every aspect of science and engineering on high performance computers (HPC) to support basic research, product development, and forecasting. Computational Discovery and Engineering (CDE) is an enabling discipline with computation widely accepted as the third mode of scientific discovery on par with theory and physical experimentation.

Research in CDE at U-M is taking place in diverse fields, including cosmology, environmental and climate modeling, population and community ecology, defense and homeland security, nuclear and high-energy device development, materials and nanoscience, biophysics, electrical and electronic design, transportation, geophysical modeling, structural engineering, healthcare engineering, modeling of large-scale engineering systems, information technology, data mining, social network analysis and visualization, and computational linguistics. At MICDE, researchers also define fundamentally new paradigms to blend computer science, future hardware and big data with computational science. Affiliated faculty come from many departments within the College of Engineering, the College of Literature, Science and the Arts and beyond. (For more on CDE, see our What Is CDE? page).

MICDE, created in 2013, is an initiative of the University of Michigan College of Engineering, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, and Advanced Research Computing.

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MICDE offers many academic programs, events, and services, including: