Purpose and mission
The purpose of the Computational Sciences Club is to bring together students who do computational studies in UB, to share their research perspectives, organize seminars/workshops, promote collaboration, and nurture awareness in job market. This club is an excellent platform to share information on computational tools, engage discussion on available resources at UB, and learn state-of-the-art computational tools across different disciplines in science and engineering.
The primary objective of the group is to maximize the interaction between graduate students working in computational science fields. This is done by having many forms of gathering spread throughout the academic year. This club gives an opportunity to learn new computational tools, enhance existing computational skills, share research ideas, and promote collaboration.
Enthusiastic members are our biggest strength. We invite all of you to become a member, and contribute, share, and learn skills and knowledge from variety of computational fields. Sign up below!
Become a CSC member!
Founding Board Members
Hachmann Research Group
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering
Chemical and Biological Engineering
New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics
Center for Computational Research
Center for Unified Biometrics Sensors
Graduate Students’ Association
We appreciate your comments and suggestions. Please feel free to send us your requests for organizing talks/workshops on the topics that interests you.
Aditya Sonpal, President
Office: 205 Furnas Hall