Computational Mathematics Links

``Only love transcends our limitations. In contrast, our predictions can fail, our communication can fail, and our knowledge can fail. For our knowledge is patchwork, and our predictive power is limited. But when perfection comes, all patchwork will disappear.''
(1 Cor. 13:8-10)

List of "Official" Grand Challenge Applications, i.e., ``fundamental problems in science and engineering with broad economic and scientific impact, whose solutions require the application of high-performance computing.'' ( original site)

Mathematical Challenges from Theoretical/Computational Chemistry
A very informative report (1995) of the National Academy of Sciences USA

IMA High Performance Computing Program September 1996 - June 1997
``The program will concentrate on massively parallel algorithmic issues, molecular modeling and biomedical computations, and computational mechanics.''

Computational Science Education Project

Computational Geometry Pages

Thinking Machines Mathematical and Scientific Applications

Human Computer Interface Design WWW-Course

New Computational Challenges (NCC)

Discovery - Insights Through Advanced Computing of the Cornell Theory Center

Computational Science for Kids, an educational program designed to increase the computer literacy of K-12 students

German Scientific Computing Home Page

Computing Sciences Research Center Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies

IWR, Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing Heidelberg

Industrial Mathematics Institute (Linz)

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum (Berlin)

Institute for Computer Applications III, Stuttgart (Numerical Methods for High Performance Computing, Gabriel Wittum)

CERFACS, European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation (Toulouse)

High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) Program

Rice University Center For Research on Parallel Computation

Neural Networks at Los Alamos

Scientific Computing, Stanford University

Argonne National Laboratory Mathematics and Computer Science

Boston Scientific Computing and Visualization

Manchester Centre for Computational Mathematics

INRIA Scientific Computing

Institute for Applied Mathematics Freiburg

Spezialforschungsbereich (SFB) Optimierung und Kontrolle, Graz

Foundations of Computational Mathematics

Lattice High Energy Physics

Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD)

Quantum Structure of Matter

Macroscopic Processes in Computational Chemistry

Computational Fluid Dynamics

University of Colorado Grand Challenge Research

Analysis and Numerical Mathematics for Conservation Laws

Institute for Microelectronics, TU Vienna (Electrical Circuits Simulation)

My Links to Weather Prediction, etc.

NEMS, National Energy Modeling System ``NEMS is a policy analysis tool which projects energy supply, demand, and prices given assumptions about the state of the economy, international markets, and energy policies. Comprehensive model projections gauge the likely effects of possible energy market developments and alternative policy paths.''

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