Imperial College London

New Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc

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This image shows a simulation used to place 20 tonne concrete units realistically on a layer of rocks. It is numerical modelling of coastal structures.

The Department of Earth Science & Engineering at Imperial College London launches a new MSc course to solve real world problems using modelling

The new Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc course will open for October 2018 intake.

Using our researchers' skills and experience in numerical modelling, computational science and machine learning, the one year Master's course will prepare future technologists, entrepreneurs and computational scientists.

The course combines mathematics, physical sciences, engineering and computational sciences to solve real world problems - from modelling blast fragmentation in rock to developing breakwaters.

Dr Adriana Paluszny, Royal Society University Research Fellow based in the Department says, "Students will engage with a broad range of trending coding techniques and applications – we will prepare them for success in industry and academia.”

Further details can be found on the Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc website.

**Update: The Applied Computational Science & Engineering Master's Course is now open for applications**

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Victoria Murphy

Victoria Murphy
Department of Earth Science & Engineering

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Contact details

Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 6445
Email: v.murphy@imperial.ac.uk

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