CCS Seminar Wednesday – May 4, 2016 12:00 noon (with lunch) Physics Research Building, Room 595 3 Cummington Mall Professor Gerhard Stock Biomolecular Dynamics, Institute of Physics Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg, Germany Energy and Signal Flow in Biomolecules In biomolecules, the transport of heat and vibrational energy occurs within (tens of) picoseconds. The propagation of […]
Boston University’s high-performance computing facilities currently support about 180 projects involving over 600 scientists and spanning numerous disciplines. The following projects are selected examples of current research using the supercomputing facilities: computational investigations of subnuclear particle phenomena dynamics of quantum systems; space weather modeling simulation of molecular processes in natural and artificial photosynthesis theoretical prediction of […]
Throughout the academic year, members of the Center for Computational Science team host seminars in the Physics Research Building (Room 595, 3 Cummington Mall – 5th floor). We welcome all who share an interest in our work. Friday – October 3, 2014 Professor David Coker – Chemistry Department & Director of the Center for Computational Science, […]
Boston University offers a rich array of computational science courses and programs which span a variety of disciplines. Learn more about curriculum opportunities here.