The Center for Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM) offers a comprehensive graduate educational and research program in applied and computational mathematics. CCAM promotes both fundamental research and scientific and engineering applications. You can find more information on our Research Groups page.

At CCAM graduate students explore an interdisciplinary research environment encompassing materials science and nanotechnology,life sciences, geosciences, inverse problems and imaging, fluid dynamics, and other disciplines.


Upcoming Events
Jiguang Sun (Michigan Technological University)
Date and Time: 10/2/2017 4:30PM
Title: Spectral Indicator Method with Cayley Transformation for Eigenvalue Problems
Dr. Zhiguo Yang (Purdue University)
Date and Time: 10/6/2017 11:30AM
Title: Efficient Spectral and Spectral-Element Methods for Transformation Electromagnetics
Dr. Danial Zack Turner (Center for Computing Research, Sandia National Laboratory)
Date and Time: 10/16/2017 4:30PM
Title: How Nonlocal Formulations are Changing the Modeling and Simulation Landscape at Sandia National Laboratories