Center for Theoretical and Computational Sciences
Director: Daniel Kabat (Gillet Hall, Room 131A)
The Center for Theoretical and Computational Sciences is an interdisciplinary research center drawing on faculty engaged in theoretical and/or computational research in the departments of Math and Computer Science, Chemistry, and Physics and Astronomy. It serves to facilitate faculty research, foster interdisciplinary collaboration, and provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to engage in faculty/student collaborative research. A major part of the Center's mission is to provide outreach, mentoring and training to scientists at the early stages of their scientific careers.
Last modified: 8/4/2015