Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling (also known as Computational Science Center)

Contact Information

Dr. James Sochacki

Contact Details


This cross disciplinary institute for scientific computing houses state-of-the-art graphics workstations and a 16 PII node Beowulf computer system. The Beowulf computer system is a parallel computing environment that can be used on large-scale problems. Faculty and students will have access to this "super computer" from the center and from their offices. The center also operates an Immersive 360o Visualization System. The center uses mathematics both to simulate real-world phenomena and to generate visual data. Faculty members from the sciences, economics and business disciplines interact with mathematicians to model problems that they are researching with undergraduate students.


Involves Faculty, Involves Students




Ongoing (Currently in existence, year round)

Benefits for Faculty, Students, Community, and Institution

Research opportunities for faculty and students.

Areas of Engagement

Engaged Learning


Department or Center

On/Off campus

On campus

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