Events

May 11, 2017
You’re sort of using a simulation as an oracle,” says Youssef Marzouk, associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics and co-director of CCE's educational programs. “But if we’re really going to use computations as a way of predicting what’s happening in the world, how can we get a handle...
October 1, 2016
We're happy to announce that the MIT Department of Mathematics has joined the Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) PhD program as a home department. Math will award degrees in conjunction with CSE under the Thesis field "Mathematics and Computational Science". Applications...
February 25, 2016
MIT Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor and Center for Computational Engineering affiliate Themis Sapsis and former postdoc Will Cousins have developed an algorithm that may give sailors a 2-3 minute warning of an incoming rogue wave. The results were published this week in the Journal of...
November 16, 2015
Prof. Youssef Marzouk, CDO SM and CSE PhD co-director, and his colleagues have developed a new algorithm that vastly reduces the calculation of virtually any computational model. The algorithm may be thought of as a shrinking bull’s-eye that, over several runs of a model, and in combination with...
August 20, 2015
According to Matt Kaplan of The Economist, CCE affiliate Ju Li, Battelle Energy Alliance Professor of Nuclear Science & Engineering and Professor of Materials Science & Engineering has devised a method of producing lithium-ion batteries using nanoparticles. “If the process of making the...
July 17, 2015
CCE-affiliated faculty members William Green, Department of Chemical Engineering, and Ahmed Ghoniem, Department of Mechanical Engineering, are developing new computer models that will help energy companies implement improved processes for converting low-quality crude oil into clean-burning, high-...
June 1, 2015
Materials science professor and CCE-affiliate develops algorithms to solve problems across disciplines, strengthens online teaching techniques, and contributes to scientific art.