Boston University's Center for Computational Science supports collaborations across many different departments and colleges by connecting computational scientists from different areas, enabling the cross fertilization of new computational ideas and methodologies, and serving as a conduit for collaborations between experimental researchers who are synthesizing, characterizing and collecting real world data and computational researchers with expertise in model building, simulation and analysis. more ...

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  • Research

    The University’s high-performance computing facilities currently support about 180 projects involving over 600 scientists and spanning numerous disciplines.

  • Seminars

    Throughout the academic year, members of the Center for Computational Science team host seminars in the Physics Research Building. We welcome all who share an interest in our work.

  • Education

    Boston University offers a rich array of computational science courses and programs which embrace a variety of disciplines and research approaches. Learn more about curriculum opportunities here.

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  • Open invitation to join the Computational Molecular Science group

    If you are looking for new ways to expand your research horizons, the Computational Molecular Science group invites you to visit our faculty webpages, check out some of our recent research papers and contact us with your questions and interest . We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Hariri Institute of Computing Graduate Student Research Symposium

    April 22, 2015, 1:00-5:00 pm | 111 Cummington Mall The Hariri Institute of Computing’s first Graduate Student Research Symposium will celebrate data-driven and computational-related research and build stronger connections across the BU student community. Recognition and awards will be given. Light refreshments will be served during the poster viewing and awards presentation. Learn more and […]

  • Bravaya Named 2014 Hariri Junior Faculty Fellow

    The Junior Faculty Fellows program of Boston University’s Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering was established in 2011 both to recognize outstanding junior faculty at Boston University working in diverse areas of the computational sciences, as well as to provide focal points for supporting broader collaborative research in these areas at BU and […]

Computational Molecular Science

For many applications in nano science, continuum descriptions fail to capture the important processes underlying function as molecular level detail is often crucial. From electronic rearrangements during chemical bond breaking and formation underlying catalyst function or enzyme activity, to photo excited dynamics and nonadiabatic relaxation at the heart of photochemical processes important for solar energy capture and transformation, and strongly correlated electronic motions that determine exotic electronic and magnetic properties of new low dimensional materials, advanced molecular simulation methodologies offer powerful predictive capability. (more…)