Karim Abed Meraim
CADMOS Chair of Scientific Computing and Uncertainty Quantification: Fabio Nobile Giovanni Migliorati Lorenzo Tamellini Francesco Tesei
Adnan Abu-Dayya Elias Yaccoub
Department of Numerical Analysis:
Anders Szepessy Olof Runborg Mattias Sandberg
With facilities such as Shaheen (one of the world’s fastest super computers) and the CORNEA Visualization Center, the Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division is one of the best-equipped places in the world to carry out cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research. CEMSE is associated with the Computational Bioscience Research Center, Extreme Computing Initiative, and the Geometric Modeling and Scientific Visualization Research Center. In addition to access to these centers, students will also work with world-class faculty during their post-graduate studies. CEMSE offers Master’s and Ph.D. programs in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
The Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC) will seek a knowledge-based understanding of combustion phenomena, develop innovative technologies for clean and efficient combustion and provide solutions for present and future energy and environmental challenges. The Center will establish a graduate-level research program for the education and training of expert leaders on clean combustion technology for the benefit of the Kingdom, the region and the world.