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Graduate Studies in Computational & Data Sciences Info Session
4:00 p.m. E.D.T. / 8:00 p.m. G.M.T. | ZOOM EVENT | REGISTER HERE Learn about graduate programs that will prepare you for success in computationally intensive fields, and how you…
MICDE & MIDAS Graduate Programs Info Session (Virtual)
Join the MICDE and MIDAS teams for a 1-hour virtual information session to learn more about our computational and data science graduate program offerings, including: the Ph.D. in Scientific Computing,…
MICDE & MIDAS Graduate Programs Information Tables (In-person)
Meet 1:1 with MICDE and MIDAS graduate program faculty and staff managers to learn more about the institutes and the computational and data science graduate programs they offer, including: the…
MICDE/AIM Seminar: Miguel Moyers-González, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Canterbury
Inferring physical properties and topographical features from free surface flow dataFind out more »
2022 SIAM Student Mini-Symposium in Applied Mathematics
The SIAM student chapter at the University of Michigan is hosting its 3rd Annual Student Mini-symposium in Applied Mathematics. This event will allow students from different disciplines in the area…
MICDE & MIDAS Graduate Programs Info Session North Campus
Join the MICDE and MIDAS teams for a 1-hour information session to learn more about our computational and data science graduate program offerings, including: the Ph.D. in Scientific Computing, the…
MICDE Seminar: Reese Jones, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories
Predicting failure in porous metals using convolutional neural networks.
MICDE & MIDAS Graduate Programs Info Session Central Campus
Join us to learn more about the MICDE & MIDAS computational and data science graduate programs.
MICDE / AIM Seminar: Jennifer Franck, Assistant Professor of Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This talk will introduce a bio-inspired oscillating turbine, which can generate energy from moving water through lift generation.
Mark Pauly Professor of Computer Science, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
ZOOM EVENT Mark Pauly is a full professor at EPFL, where he directs the Geometric Computing Laboratory (GCM). Prior to joining EPFL, he was assistant professor at ETH Zurich, postdoctoral…