Centre for Modeling and
Center for Modeling and Simulation, was established in 2003, to
promote, support and facilitate academic and research activities
related to modeling and simulation that use computation as the
"third scientific methodology" and transcend traditional boundaries
separating individual scientific disciplines. The Center benefits
from an on-going, active, and enthusiastic participation of experts
from industry and academics either in an advisory capacity or in
teaching, and other activities of the Center from time to time.
Areas of research include high performance computing and large-scale
numeric, modeling of complex systems and materials modeling.
Centre manages and maintains a number of state-of-the-art
high-performance computing (HPC) machines as a HPC facility for the
entire campus research community. All courses that are part of the
Centre's academic programmes are open to the campus community under
the University credit system.
For the Public.
The Centre organizes an on-going series of colloquia and seminars by
distinguished researchers from academics and industry so as to
generate awareness and perspective on modeling and simulation
methodologies used to solve challenging real-life
industrial/technological or scientific problems. This activity also
serves as a supplement to the Centre's academic programme. Details
of past and planned colloquia can be found on our announcements
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