M.Sc in Computational Science - The history of computing is closely linked with the development of mathematical models in physical sciences including physics and chemistry and more recently, biology. Today, computer modeling is increasingly understood to be the third "leg", along with theory and experimentation, of the tripod that forms the foundation of research in mathematical and physical sciences.This close association between the sciences and computing has lead to the emergence of the cross-discipline known as Computational Science. This discipline is concerned with the development and implementation of new mathematical techniques, algorithms, and methodologies for solving problems that ranges from pure science to applied areas like drug design, finance, and manufacturing design. The application of computation to chemistry, for example, has led to the nascent field of computational chemistry, which has found many applications in the design of pharmaceuticals. Computational Science combines mathematics, computer science, information technology, basic sciences and engineering disciplines.
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