CCSE is focused on the development of new computational methods and their innovative application to important problems in science and engineering.
The Center’s mission is to support research and education in computational science and engineering by bridging research in the College of Computing with computational research in the Schools of Engineering, Science, Architecture and Planning, and Management in a highly interdisciplinary environment.
Master’s students, Rashmi Raavishankar and Songchen Tan, were awarded the MIT Center for Computational Science and Engineering MathWorks Prize for Outstanding CSE Masters Research. Congratulations Rashmi and Songchen, and thank you MathWorks for the support!
Intro to CSE, a SCC Common Ground subject, teaches undergrads how to use computational techniques to solve real-world problems, from landing a spacecraft to placing cell phone towers.
As of January 2020, the Center has been renamed the Center for Computational Science and Engineering (from CCE) to reflect its strengthening engagement with the sciences at MIT, as well as the nationally recognized name of the CSE field. This change also helps align the Center name with that of the CSE PhD program. Also […]