Directed by Dr. H.T. Banks, the CRSC is a multidisciplinary center which curently encompasses many research projects, groups, programs, and a series of technical reports.
Research activities in the CRSC include fundamental applied mathematical research related to scientific computation. Some areas of interest include Numerical Optimization and Control, Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Modeling and Analysis, and Numerical Linear Algebra; Parallel Computing.
Examples of Past Projects
The Center for Research in Scientific Computation (CRSC) has developed its own teaching experimental laboratory where students are exposed to experimental design and data collection through demos and actual hands-on experience.
The Center for Research in Scientific Computation (CRSC) encourages its researchers to work with others in government research labs and private industry as well as those in academia.
The main goal of the program is to provide substantive non-academic research-related experiences for graduate students, postdoctoral and faculty participants while contributing to the research efforts of industrial participants. These experiences, involving participation in an industrial, governmental lab or agency or other non-academic research project, facilitates the development of participants' ability to communicate and interact with scientists who are not traditional mathematicians but who have an interest in quantitative aspects of science and engineering.
The CRSC maintains an on-line listing of all our technical reports (1992-present) as well as making many of the reports available in poscript form for you to download.