The CS&E Program recognizes two categories of courses: core and
affiliated.
Core courses
Core courses address the issues that are common to all
scientific, engineering, and computing disciplines with
intensive requirements for high performance computing. They are
multidisciplinary in nature with many examples and
practical problems relevant to current research.
A subset of these courses is mandatory
for all CS&E students. To ensure that these courses are uptodate,
they will be partially taught, as appropriate, by researchers of
national renown from outside the university. These guest instructors
will be in residence for one to two weeks at a time and will be
available for interaction with students. The list of possible core
courses, some under development, is presented below.

Advanced Data Management

Applied Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks

Collaborative Research Environments

Computational Geometry, Grid/Mesh Generation

Computational Optimization

Control Theory

Distributed Databases

Domain Decomposition and Parallel Algorithms

Evolutionary Algorithms

Image and Time Series Analysis

Intelligent Systems

Linear and Nonlinear Programming

Parallel Computer Architectures

Parallel Linear Algebra

Scientific Visualization

Stochastic Systems

Symbolic Computation

User Interface Design

Virtual Reality Environments

Wavelets in Computation and Analysis
Affiliated courses by department
Each department affiliated with the CS&E Program offers courses
with an emphasis on or an implication for
computational techniques as applied to their
discipline.
 Biological Science
Advanced Evolutionary Biology (PCB 5675)
Current Problems in Neuroscience (PSB 6070r)
Gene Expression and Development (PCB 5595)
 Chemical Engineering
Advanced Biochemical Engineering (ECH 6748)
Advanced Process Control (ECH 5325)
Advanced Chemical Engineering Computation (ECH 5844)
Computational Molecular Dynamics (ECH 5937)
 Chemistry
Principles of Inorganic Chemistry (CHM 5620)
Physical Organic Chemistry (CHM 5245)
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (CHM 5460)
 Computer Science
Artifical Intelligence (CAP 5600)
Artificial Neural Networks (CAP 5615)
Complexity of Algorithms (COT 5410)
Computer Architecture (CDA 5155)
Database Systems (COP 5710)
Objectoriented Programming
Software Engineering (COP 5632)
 Economics
Applied Microeconomics (ECO 5114)
Computational Economics I (ECO 5408)
Limited Dependent Variable Models (ECO 5427)
Mathematical Demography (ECP 5117)
Simultaneous Equation Models (ECO 5424)
Time Series Analysis (ECO 5425)
 Geology
Advanced Topics in Hydrology (GLY 5829r)
Hydrodynamics (GLY 5556)
Numerical Modeling of Groundwater Flow (GLY 5826)
 Industrial Engineering
Advanced Simulation Applications (ESI 5524)
Applications of Knowledge Engineering (ESI 5625)
Computational Topics in Industrial Engineering (EIN 5118)
ComputerAided Manufacturing (EIN 5396)
Optimization on Networks (ESI 5492)
System Modeling and Simulation (ESI 5523)
 Mathematics
Advanced Topics in Differential Equations (MAP 6316r)
Advanced Topics in Numerical Analysis (MAD 6408r)
FiniteElement Methods (MAP 5395)
HighOrder FiniteDifference Methods (MAD 5757)
Hydrodynamic Stability (MAP 5512)
Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations I (MAD 5738), II
(MAD 5739)
Optimization (MAP 5207)
Perturbation Theory (MAP 5441)
Spectral Methods for Partial Differential Equations (MAD 5745)
Wave Propagation Theory (MAP 5513)
 Mechanical Engineering
Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (EML 6726)
Computational Materials Science (EML 5930)
Introduction to Computational Mechanics (EGH 5456)
Numerical Methods in Engineering (EGN 5455)
 Meteorology
Dynamical Weather Prediction (MET 5541r)
Advanced Time series Analysis (6308r)
Objective Analysis (6561r)
Statistical Weather Prediction (MET 5550)
 Oceanography
Physics of the AirSea Boundary Layer (OCP 5551)
Stability of Geophysical Fluid Flows (OCP 5255)
Turbulence (OCP 5271)
 Physics
Condensed Matter Physics I (PHZ 5491), II (PHZ 5492)
Electrodynamics (APHY 5645 and BPHY 5347)
HighEnergy Physics I (PHZ 5354), II (PHZ 5355)
Nuclear Physics I (PHZ 5305), II (PHZ 5307)
Statistical Mechanics (PHY 5524)
Special Topics in Physics  Computational Physics (PHY 6938r)
 Statistics
Computational Methods in Statistics I (STA 5106), II (STA 5107)
Image Analysis (STA 6468r)
Operations Research: Linear and Dynamic Programming (STA 5619)
Statistics in Applications I (STA 5166), II (STA 5167), III (STA 5168)
