The Office Of Science - Home Page Funds basic research to advance the fundamental science knowledge base and train future scientists. Topics include materials and chemical sciences, engineering and geosciences, and energy biosciences; magnetic fusion energy; health and environmental research; high energy and nuclear physics; computational and technology research in mathematical, informational, and computational sciences. http://www.er.doe.gov/
Extractions: Relief for Researchers Affected by Hurricane Katrina Letter from Dr. Raymond L. Orbach, Director of the Office of Science, to the science community In Memory of John N. Bahcall Tribute to Dr. John N. Bahcall by Dr. Raymond L. Orbach, Director, Office of Science Solar Energy Workshop Report DOE Outlines Research Needed to Improve Solar Energy Technologies Basic Research Needs for Solar Energy Utilization April 18-21, 2005 Rice Genome Sequence International Rice Genome Sequence Effort Completed Multiscale Mathematics Awards New DOE Program Funds $20 Million for Mathematics Research FY 2005 Multiscale Mathematics Research Awards Lawrence Livermore Researchers Capture Four Awards for Industrial Innovation Call for Proposals for High Performance Computing Resources Energy Department Seeks Proposals to Use Scientific Computing Resources at Lawrence Berkeley, Oak Ridge National Laboratories
Codes For PHYCS 498A Codes for course by Richard M. Martin. http://www.physics.uiuc.edu/research/ElectronicStructure/498-s97/codes/code.html
Extractions: - Main program and other code. simpe.f - Simpson's rule integration, refines grid until desired accuracy is obtained. hybrid.f - Hybrid bisection/secant root finder. sample input file sample output file All above codes in a tar-file: codes.tar Poison Equation solution by Green's function method Solution of 1d Schrodinger equation by shooting method Source code: eigen_mod.f
Mathematics And Statistics Offers programs with options in pure and applied mathematics, and applied statistics. Research encompasses core areas of analysis, computational mathematics, discrete mathematics, geometry and topology, mathematical biology, mathematical physics, nonlinear systems, and probability and statistics. Includes program, course, admissions information, faculty and contact details. http://www.math.unm.edu
Bioscience Division | Worldview Fosters research at the interface of biology, chemistry, physics, and computational biology to create and discover frontier science and technology that benefit national security, public health, and the environment. http://bioscience.lanl.gov/
Mechanical And Aerospace Engineering | Welcome Offers study and research in combustion and energy conversion, computational engineering, dynamics and control systems, environmental energy technology assessment, flight science and technology, fluid mechanics, lasers and applied physics, and materials and mechanical systems. http://mae.princeton.edu/
Extractions: Princeton University Skip over navigation Skip over navigation ... research The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Department has a long and distinguished history in education and research. Our graduates include many talented individuals who now hold major leadership positions in industry, government and academia. Members of our faculty and staff are intellectual leaders in the research fields of Thermal Sciences, Fluid Mechanics, Dynamics and Controls, Applied Physics, and Material Science. MAE students, faculty and staff enjoy numerous interactions with other departments and programs both in the School of Engineering and Applied Science ( SEAS ), and in the Princeton University community at large. Among these interactions are strong ties to the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics (
Materials Computation Center (UIUC) Full set of notes in computational solid state physics from talks given by recognized leaders in the field. (Lectures are annual, starting in 2001) http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu/summerschool/
Untitled Document Offers degrees in physics for Business Applications, computational Biology, computational Linguistics and Environmental Science. http://www.usc.edu/dept/physics/SloanWeb/
Extractions: Home Programs People Opportunities The Graduate programs in academic science departments at the University of Southern California (USC) and elsewhere have stressed their Ph.D. programs, often to the exclusion of master's programs. The University of Southern California, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation , has created three new professional master's degrees in the sciences designed to meet the demands of graduate students and employers. The se Professional Master's Degree programs are Physics for Business Applications Computational Biology , and Computational Linguistics . All these programs have the common feature of being interdisciplinary and are designed to provide graduates with a complementary set of skills For more information about Professional Master's Programs in the Sciences at USC, email Dr. Hans Bozler, Program Director at email@example.com or Call (213) 740-1125. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Extractions: Professor Tracey Ho was just named to the - innovators under the age of 35 who's work is changing our world. Also among this year's listing of outstanding scientists and innovators are Caltech alumni Helen Blackwell, PhD '99; Narasimha Chari, BS '96; Rajit Manohar, BS '94, MS '95, PhD '99; and Adam Rasheed, MS '98, PhD '01. Congratulations to all! David Rutledge The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded $277,000 to the Caltech to fund two new postdoctoral fellowships for two years. The Clare Boothe Luce Fellowships will be awarded to two women, one in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, and the other in the Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy. The Clare Boothe Luce Program stands alone as the single most significant source of private support for women in science, engineering and mathematics. Professor James Beck was recently honored by the International Association for Structural Safety and Reliability with with a senior research prize in computational stochastic mechanics. He was recognized for recently developed numerical methods to compute uncertainties and reliabilities of linear and nonlinear systems of large dimensions. In particular, Beck's subset simulation technique is a significant breakthrough that makes him "a pioneer in the implementation of the methods of computational stochastic mechanics in engineering applications." He received the award at ICOSSAR 05. News link for more EAS Division Chair David Rutledge For a complete list of Division Officers and Staff names with contact information
Conf.dr. Dorina Vangheli, HomePage Head of the Theoretical and computational Department, West University, Timisoara. Includes her CV, publications and research links. http://quasar.physics.uvt.ro/~vangheli/
Computational Mathematics And Mathematical Physics A monthly journal of the Russian Academy of Science (RAS). It contains the English translations of papers published in the Zhurnal Vychislitel¢noi Matematiki i Matematicheskoi Fiziki, which was founded in 1961 by Academician A.A. Dorodnitsyn. The Journal includes surveys and original papers on computational mathematics, computational methods of mathematical physics, informatics, and other mathematical sciences. http://www.maik.rssi.ru/journals/commat.htm
Extractions: Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Computer Physics Communications Package Journal information Product description Editorial board Short Instructions for Authors Audience ... Abstracting/indexing For Authors Guide for authors Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal related information Supplementary material Impact factor Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area ... Select your view COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS PACKAGE Computer Physics Communications (CPC) publishes research papers in computational physics and physical chemistry, and closely related areas in computational science, computer programs, review articles on selected topics, proceedings of topical conferences in the field, thematic issues, and comments on previous publications in the journal. All contributions are handled by an international board of experts covering all subfields of computational physics and physical chemistry. Computer programs are deposited in the CPC Program Library, and a description is published as an article in the journal.
Simulations In Physics A web site devoted to faculty and students using computer simulation techniques as a method of discovery in physics. This is a companion site to a textbook, http://sip.clarku.edu/
Extractions: A World Wide Web site maintained by Harvey Gould and and Jan Tobochnik devoted to faculty and students using computer simulation techniques as a method of discovery in physics. Our goal is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, programs, problems and projects, and teaching techniques. Please send suggestions and comments to Harvey Gould, firstname.lastname@example.org , or Jan Tobochnik, email@example.com people have visited this site since February 18, 1999. Much of the material at this site has been developed with support by the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Site updated 16 May 2005.
Cornell NSF-IGERT and has important applications in fields ranging from physics, mechanical engineering and computer science to the life sciences, sociology and finance. http://www.chaos.cornell.edu/
Extractions: All participants in the Nonlinear Systems Program are working towards their Ph.D. degree in a Cornell graduate field. The program requires that IGERT fellows complete a curriculum of an integrated course, summer internship, weekly seminars, and a colloquium series. The second year culminates in a research project. IGERT People Cornell University was founded In 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White. It opened October 7, 1868. Morrill Hall was the first building constructed on the main Ithaca campus, which today includes more than 260 major buildings on 745 acres. Cornell is a private endowed university and the federal land-grant institution of New York State. It is a member of the Ivy League and a partner of the State University of New York. There are fourteen colleges and schools, seven undergraduate units and four graduate and professional units in Ithaca, two medical graduate and professional units in New York City, and one in Qatar.