Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is a rapidly growing discipline that brings together the power of computers and the physical sciences. Computer-based simulations and graphical visualisation are now playing a key role in industrial mathematical modelling, scientific investigations and engineering design.
CSE is interdisciplinary; it uses the technology of the computer to analyse problems that would be too expensive, dangerous, or even impossible, to study by direct experimentation alone. Virtual prototyping, using CSE technologies, is now a key process in reducing the overall cost of designing and manufacturing new products. The growth in the number of organisations developing and accessing CSE technology has lead to a dramatically increased industrial requirement for skilled people in this exciting area.
This MSc programme addresses this need by providing a detailed insight into industrial modelling, numerical software, and hardware technologies used. The programme also demonstrates how these technologies can be used effectively in solving real-world problems.
* Project and Dissertation
* Core Technologies for CSE
* Computational Fluid Dynamics
* Finite Element Analysis
Two options chosen from a variety of topics including:
* Modelling in the Electronics and Telecommunications Industry
* Theory and Application of Computational Magneto-hydrodynamics
* Modelling for the Built Environment
* Multiphysics Modelling for the Processing Industry
* Site Map
* Printable Page
* Student & Staff Portal
* Staff Intranet
On successful completion students will be equipped with the skills required to understand, and use, CSE software technologies in industry