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Adaptive Mesh Refinement: An Essential Ingredient in Computational Science

Adaptive Mesh Refinement: An Essential Ingredient in Computational Science

Paul Davis reports on various applications of adaptive mesh refinement and looks towards the next generation of the method’s use.

CSE Achievements in Aircraft Design

CSE Achievements in Aircraft Design

The aeronautics industry is a sophisticated user of CSE and a source of some of the field’s biggest challenges.

Climate Prediction, Exascale Computing, and Time Parallelism

Climate Prediction, Exascale Computing, and Time Parallelism

New computing architectures promise to deliver more accurate weather predictions faster than ever before.

Broader Engagement Program Returns to CSE17 with a Focus on Community Engagement

Broader Engagement Program Returns to CSE17 with a Focus on Community Engagement

Debbie McCoy and Mary Ann Leung describe the BE program’s importance in fostering diversity and inclusion among the community.


Thomas J.R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CSE

Thomas J.R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CSE

J.R. Hughes was awarded the 2017 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering on March 2 at CSE17.

Modeling Collective Cancer Cell Invasion

Modeling Collective Cancer Cell Invasion

At a CSE17 minisymposium, Yi Jiang of Georgia State University described a mathematical model to study tumor...

Community Detection in Network Science

Community Detection in Network Science

Dane Taylor outlined best practices and basic limitations in community detection during a minisymposium at CSE17.

A Novel Computational Method for Real-time Seismic Imaging

A Novel Computational Method for Real-time Seismic Imaging

At CSE17, WenZhan Song presented a Real-time In-situ Seismic Imaging system that quickly monitors subsurface...

Need Funding? Make Your Proposal Stand Out

Need Funding? Make Your Proposal Stand Out

Participants at the funding panel held during CSE17 described best practices for obtaining funding and addressed...

Modeling Disease Outbreaks by Modeling Human Mobility

Modeling Disease Outbreaks by Modeling Human Mobility

Analyzing human movement and modeling human mobility networks can help control and eliminate communicable diseases like Ebola. 

Providing Scientists with Software Resources and Tools

Providing Scientists with Software Resources and Tools

At CSE17, Theresa Windus discussed the National Science Foundation-funded Molecular Sciences Software Institute...

Forward-Looking Panel on the Future of CSE

Forward-Looking Panel on the Future of CSE

Experts in the CSE community with diverse backgrounds addressed important field-related questions at a CSE17...

Virtual Farms for Water Resource Decision-Making

Virtual Farms for Water Resource Decision-Making

Large agricultural regions often see overpumping of aquifers beneath their surface due to the huge demand for water for irrigation.

Thomas J. R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

Thomas J. R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

Dr. Thomas J. R. Hughes of the University of Texas at Austin was awarded the 2017 SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E.

An Appeal from a Heart Doctor to Mathematicians

An Appeal from a Heart Doctor to Mathematicians

Michael Lloyd spoke at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering about the problem of...