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  • 2017 Computational Xposition

    2017 Computational Xposition

    Join us at our 2017 Computational Xposition! April 7, 2017 from 1pm to 5pm Read More
  • 2017.03.23 - Chun Liu

    2017.03.23 - Chun Liu

    Joint Math / SC Colloquium: "Energetic Variational Approaches for General Diffusion: Transport of Charged Particles in Biological Environments" Chun Liu Department of Mathematics Penn State University Thursday, March 23, 2017 -- 3:30 P.M. 499 Dirac Science Library Read More
  • 2017.03.22 - Stephanie E. Palmer

    2017.03.22 - Stephanie E. Palmer

    SC Colloquium: "Understanding retinal response through the lens of prediction" Stephanie E. Palmer Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy The University of Chicago Wednesday, March 22, 2017 -- 3:30 P.M. 499 Dirac Science Library Read More
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  • 2017 Computational Xposition

    Join us at our 2017 Computational Xposition! April 7, 2017 from 1pm to 5pm Read More
  • SC to sponsor SIAM-SEAS Conference March 18 - 19

    Department of Scientific Computing faculty Xiaoqiang Wang and Bryan Quaife, along with Nick Moore and Xiaoming Wang in the Department of Mathematics, are organizers for the approaching 41st SIAM-SEAS Conference to be held Saturday and Sunday, March 18th and 19th. Conference registration, Read More
  • SC Professor finalist for Spotlight Award

    Professor Anke Meyer-Baese’s research topic entry has been selected as a finalist for Frontiers’ inaugural Spotlight Award. Frontiers is a community-rooted, open-access academic publisher; the Spotlight Award gives the editors of an active and innovative research topic the resources to organize a Read More
  • Nagales selected for Art in STEM

    Beginning March 30, 2017, SC undergrad Marcelina Nagales will have her research on arrowheads shown in the university’s annual Art in STEM exhibition. Nagales’ submission shows two faces of the same arrowhead that display advances in texture and surface realism by using Read More
  • Department to sponsor hack-a-thon

    The Department of Scientific Computing announces its sponsorship of this year’s HackFSU event to be held Friday, February 17 through Sunday, February 19, 2017 at Dirac Science Library. The event will begin with an opening ceremony, then students and recent graduates will Read More
  • Slice lab to deliver morphometrics workshop

    Professor Dennis Slice and his lab are traveling to New Orleans, LA, February 13, 2017 to present their research at an all day workshop. Slice will present his work on estimation of age at death in forensic anthropology from 8:30-4:30pm at the Read More
  • Sockwell finalist for paper prize

    SC grad student Chad Sockwell has been named one of eight finalists for the Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering Student Paper Prize to be awarded at the SIAM Computational Science & Engineering Conference in Atlanta. The prize will be awarded for outstanding Read More
  • Anke Meyer-Baese awarded Fulbright

    Anke Meyer-Baese, professor of Scientific Computing, has been awarded a 2016 Fulbright Scholar grant to France. 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 comes 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 to 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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For the first time, the IMACS Seminar on Monte Carlo Methods will take place in North America. The Florida State University in Tallahassee will host the conference from May 16 to May 20 of 2005, and welcomes participants from across the globe.

Information about earlier IMACS Conferences can be found here:

Information about FSU and Tallahassee can be found here: