2021 MICDE Annual Report

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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.

Letter from the Director

“The role of computation in navigating the present and charting the future is at a level of all-time importance in the public sphere.”

-Krishna Garikipati
MICDE Director, Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics

 

Read the Director’s letter

MICDE 2021 at a Glance

Advancing Computational Science

150+

Affiliated Faculty

27

Catalyst Grants Awarded

220+

Graduate Certificates and Joint PhD Students

140+

Student Fellowships Awarded

MICDE Year in Review