The Department of Applied Mathematics (AM) at the University of California Santa Cruz is offering two graduate programs that may be of interest to you, as you look forward to your graduate studies. The programs are:
- a new MS program in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics (SciCAM), targeted to students who are interested in developing these skills to pursue either jobs in Research and Development in the industry or in National Labs, or further graduate school in other topics where applied mathematics and scientific computing are viewed as particularly good skills to have (e.g. physics, astrophysics, computational neuroscience, control theory, computational chemistry, mathematical biology, etc..). The deadline for application is February 1, 2019.
- an established MS/PhD program in Applied Mathematics (and Statistics), targeted to students interested in various topics in Applied Mathematics including Control Theory, Stochastic Modeling, Fluid Dynamics, High-Performance Computing, and Mathematical Biology. The deadline for application is January 10, 2019.
This short video will introduce you to their excellent faculty, and to some of the research that they do at UCSC.
The faculty in Applied Mathematics:
Nic Brummell (Fluid Dynamics, High-Performance Computing)
Pascale Garaud (Fluid Dynamics, Astrophysics)
Marcella Gomez (Mathematical Biology)
Qi Gong (Control Theory, Dynamical Systems)
Abhishek Halder (Control Theory, Optimization )
Dongwook Lee (Fluid Dynamics, High-Performance Computing)
Daniele Venturi (Stochastic Modeling, Dynamical Systems, Uncertainty Quantification)
Hongyun Wang (Stochastic Modeling, Mathematical Biology)
Point of Contact:
Graduate Student Adviser
Departments of Applied Math, Electrical Engineering, and Statistics
Baskin School of Engineering