• McCann to Interview at Nielsen

    When Ian McCann noticed Engineering Day was on the horizon, he decided he’d go to explore some of the companies that were there and the kinds of jobs they had available. Along with a host of other Scientific Computing students, McCann attended Read More
  • Zhao summers at Livermore

    As a Scientific Computing graduate student, Wenju Zhao attended a summer internship at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in Livermore, California near the San Francisco Bay area. LLNL is a world class federally funded science lab; its principle responsibility is to Read More
  • Newly minted computational scientist

    At 11am on the day before graduation, Brett-Michael Green’s eyes are heavy. He hasn’t had any sleep for the last 36 hours, and his folks arrive from Pensacola tonight to watch him march. “My mom, dad, and uncle will be here later Read More
  • Ehtemami Receives Owenby Award

    The College of Arts and Sciences selected Anahid Ehtemami as a recipient of the Ermine M. Owenby, Jr. Travel Award. The award recognizes significant achievements of women graduate students and supports their participation in professional meetings. Ehtemami received $500 to attend the Read More
  • Conry invited to UVa workshop

    Grad student Michael Conry was invited by the Center for Automata processing at the University of Virginia to a workshop entitled Designing a Community Infrastructure to Support Automata Computing and Hardware Acceleration Research and Education. The event takes place Friday and Read More
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The Department of Scientific Computing (SC) is the focal point of computational science activities at FSU.

Computational science involves the invention, implementation, testing, and application of algorithms and software used to solve large-scale scientific and engineering problems. We provide a venue for innovative research and education in scientific computing. Our faculty come from a wide variety of traditional mathematical and scientific disciplines who are primarily interested in developing knowledge and tools for computational science and applying those tools for the solution of problems in a variety of applications.

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  • "I feel like the training that I got at this department was perfectly suited for the position I have now. ...I know enough [physics, math and computer science] to function and contribute in circles with people who are experts and be the glue between those disciplines."

    Geoffrey Womeldorff
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