In partnership with national laboratories in and near Boulder, and regional universities, CU-Boulder is ideally positioned to take a leadership role in interdisciplinary computational science and engineering involving large-scale computer simulations in key areas such as weather, genomics, and energy requiring cooperation between scientists and engineers. Among the resources managed by the Boulder campus director of research computing are a research computing cluster, a campus network for data intensive science, a National Science Foundation-funded peta-scale storage library, and a supercomputer which ranks among the world’s fastest.
For more information, select from the following:
Aerospace Engineering Sciences — Aerospace Engineering Systems (AESys)
Applied Mathematics — Computational Mathematics
Chemical and Biological Engineering — Computational Materials Science and Biology
Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering — Fast Hybrid Testing
Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering — Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering — Collaborative for Fluid and Energy Sciences
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