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QCSE 810* Fundamentals of Computational Science

This course is offered in the Fall semester and is open to graduate students enrolled in the Computational Science and Engineering specialization. The purpose of this course is to present the tools necessary to pursue computational science and engineering within the student's “home” discipline.

This course is offered jointly with CISC 810*. Graduate students not enrolled in the CSE specialization and advanced undergraduate students interested in taking this course must register in CISC 810*. The Queen's CSE management committee may cap enrollment, in which case students in the CSE specialization have priority.

PREREQUISITE Permission of the Queen's CSE Director required for students enrolled in the CSE specialization. Permission of the instructor is required for all others.

EXCLUSION CISC 810*


QCSE 811* High Performance Computing And Its Applications

This course is offered in the Winter semester and is open to graduate students enrolled in the Computational Science and Engineering specialization. This course covers the principles and practices of current high performance computing architecture and software, such as parallel, massively parallel, and grid computing. Advanced tools for analyzing and optimizing the performance of algorithms important to computational science and engineering will be introduced.

This course is offered jointly with CISC 811*. Graduate students not enrolled in the CSE specialization and advanced undergraduate students interested in taking this course must register in CISC 811*. The Queen's CSE management committee may cap enrollment, in which case students in the CSE specialization have priority.

PREREQUISITE Permission of the Queen's CSE Director required for students enrolled in the CSE specialization. Permission of the instructor is required for all others.

EXCLUSION CISC 811* and CISC 878* taken in 2004-2005.


QCSE 888 Computational Science Colloquium

This non-credit course is offered in Fall, Winter, and Spring semester. Students in the Queen's CSE specialization must register and participate. Non-Queen's CSE students cannot register, but participation is open to all graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and faculty interested in computational science.

This colloquium will include occasional invited speakers and selected seminars in participating departments. Queen's CSE students are required to lead one or more sessions, including a presentation related to the research component of the CSE specialization.

PREREQUISITE Permission of Queen's CSE Director.



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