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Computing Research Institute Dean Advisory Committee. A. Sameh May 4, 2002. Two PrimaryGoals. Enhancement of research activities in the various components of the enabling technology through better understanding of the computationally demanding science and engineering applications,

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Computing Research InstituteDean Advisory Committee

A. Sameh

May 4, 2002


Two PrimaryGoals

  • Enhancement of research activities in the various components of the enabling technology through better understanding of the computationally demanding science and engineering applications,

  • Development of more sophisticated models and more effective problem solving strategies in various science and engineering applications through better understanding of the enabling information technology.


Administrative Structure

  • A director and an associate director

  • Faculty advisory committee.

  • Executive committee: V.P. for Research, V.P. for Information Technology, and Deans of Science, and Engineering.

  • External advisory board of leaders in academia, national laboratories, and industry.


Workshops in 2002-03 AY

  • CRI plans to hold three 2-day workshops:

    • the first two will be focused on the computational challenges in Biology, and Nanotechnology,

    • the third workshop will be focused on recent advances in parallel numerical algorithms, parallel architectures, compilers, and performance evaluation.


CSE educational program


Current Resources

  • 2 Faculty positions (Sci. + Eng.)

    • leverage: 4 positions to be absorbed by departments after three years

  • 5 Graduate fellowships per year

    • each @ $13,2000 per year

  • 5 PRF summer faculty salaried grants

    • each @ $6,000

  • 4 rooms on the 2nd floor of the Math Building.


Faculty Advisory Committee

  • Computer Science and Engineering:

    • R. EigenmannElectrical & Computer Engineering

    • A. GramaComputer Science

    • C. HoffmannComputer Science

    • A. SamehComputer Science

  • Applied Mathematical Sciences:

    • M. BockStatistics

    • C. CowenMathematics

  • Applications in Science and Engineering:

    • O. BasaranChemical Engineering

    • P. DoerschukBiomedical Engineering

    • T. DownarNuclear Engineering

    • A. FriedmanBiology

    • M. LundstromECE

    • J. MurthyMechanical Engineering

    • M. SozenCivil Engineering

    • Igal SzleiferChemistry

  • Applications in Management:

    • A. ChaturvediKrannert School of Management


External Advisory Board


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