Thursday, September 24, 2009

OU, Miami add computational science minor

Business First of Columbus

An education program tied to the Ohio Supercomputer Center has added Ohio University and Miami University to its roster of participating schools.
The Ralph Regula School of Computational Science said the Athens and Oxford universities have signed on to offer students a minor in computational science. That discipline entails applying computing to scientific and engineering problems.
With the addition of OU and Miami, the Regula school – named after the retired longtime congressman – now has 13 participating members. It was launched in 2005 by the Ohio Board of Regents to boost Ohio’s computational science work force. The National Science Foundation funded the creation of the minor.
More information is available at the school’s Web site here.


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