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The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) focuses on the development and innovative use of mathematical algorithms and models on high performance computers (HPC) to support basic and applied research and development across a wide spectrum of disciplines in science and engineering.

MICDE By the Numbers

150
Affiliated Faculty
27
Catalyst Grants Awarded
220
Graduate Certificates and Joint PhD Students
140
Student Fellowships Awarded

MICDE Highlights

We welcome 20 students to the 2021-22 class of MICDE graduate fellows

MICDE is proud to announce the recipients of the 2021 MICDE graduate fellowships. “This year, MICDE awarded fellowships in a wide array of disciplines ranging from chemistry to biostatistics and interdisciplinary mathematics to applied physics,” said Krishna Garikipati, MICDE director and professor of mechanical engineering and mathematics. “Engineering is also well represented with fellows focused on disciplines such as aerospace, biomedical, civil and environmental, climate and space, industrial and operations, materials science, mechanical, and naval architecture and marine engineering.” The fellowships, which carry a $4,000 stipend, are meant to augment other sources of funding and are available to students in our three educational programs. Visit our fellowship page to learn more about the program and the fellows.

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2021-2022 Catalyst Grant awardees continue to forge new fronts in computational science

The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) announced the awardees of the 2021-2022 round of Catalyst Grants. This year the program focused on AI for physically-based biomedicine, quantum computing, convergence of natural hazards with economic dislocation, and computational integration across scales and disciplines in biology.

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Master of Science in Computational Epidemiology and Systems Modeling

New Master of Science in Computational Epidemiology and Systems Modeling

The Master of Science (MS) in Computational Epidemiology and Systems Modeling program trains students to become highly skilled epidemiologists who can understand and analyze public health problems with mathematical and statistical models.

The degree is awarded by the University of Michigan’s Rackham Graduate School through the Department of Epidemiology in the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

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Featured Faculty Member


Yue Fan
Assistant Professor

Yue Fan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The primary research interest in his group is to provide a substantive knowledge on the mechanics and micro-structural evolution…