The Center for Informatics and Computational Science (CICS) at the University of Notre Dame is grounded in the mathematical, statistical, and scientific computing disciplines and aims to address unifying themes to allow predictive modeling of complex scientific and engineered systems.
Tackling challenges of delivering accurate research modelsNews
A new research center at Notre Dame, the CICS will develop mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques to tackle the many challenges associated with uncertainty quantification.
New post-doctoral positions postedGet Involved
The CICS is actively looking for new post-doctoral candidates. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Nicholas Zabaras, Director of the CICS and Viola D. Hank Professor of Computational Science and Engineering.
Attending Upcoming CICS SeminarsEvents
The CICS has several Wednesday afternoon seminars scheduled for the Spring semester. Anyone interested in becoming engaged in the Center is encouraged to attend. Please continue to check our events page as more seminars become available.
Pradeep Ravikumar, Carnegie Mellon University
Guang Lin, Purdue University
Learning High-Dimensional Systems from Data by Nonlinear Reconstruction of Polynomial Approximations
Clayton Webster, University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory