CS 501 Computing for Science and Engineering
If you’re planning to take CS 501, please register as early as possible. Due to a high demand, the capacity is full very quickly.
Linear Algebra Training Workshop - Sign-up Available
*Information was emailed to all CS&E and CLS students.
Monday, April 4, 2016
Session 2 - Eigenvalue Problems
Zhouyang Lou, Ph.D. Candidate, Industrial Engineering
Sign Up Due on March 25th at https://goo.gl/VXmrxs
Monday, April 11, 2016
Session 3 - Matrix Factorization
Huda Nassar, Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science
Sign up Due on April 1st at https://goo.gl/M4CzFg
Fall 2016 CS&E/CLS Seminar Registration
Please visit Curriculum to view registration instruction for your CS&E/CLS Seminar, Fall 2016
Spring 2016 - New CS&E Relevant and CLS Foundation Courses
CS&E Relevant Courses
- IE 580 Systems Simulation
- IE 581 Simulation Design and Analysis
- MATH 692 Introduction to Kinetic Theory
- NUCL 597 Introduction to Computational Physics for Engineering Applications
CLS Foundation Courses
- BIOL 595 CryoEM 3D Reconstruction
- BIOL 611 Crystallography of Macromolecules
- PHYS 570A Computational Biomolecular Physics
CS&E/CLS PHD – Seminar talk scheduling is now open for Spring 2016
Seminar talk is a final requirement for CS&E/CLS doctoral students. If you are graduating in spring or summer 2016 and would like to schedule a seminar talk, please email Anita Park at firstname.lastname@example.org with following information as soon as possible or by Friday, January 29, 2016:
- Preferred Date (check the calendar first for available Wednesdays)
- Your Name
- Your Degree
- Your Department
- Your Talk Title (if available)
RSVP Required for PIZZA DINNER on Nov. 12, 2015
CS&E/CLS Seminar Course Registration for Spring 2016
To register a CSE/CLS seminar course, GRAD 689, please visit the link below for special instructions.
ICE CREAM BREAK and Computational Group Wiki – July 8, 2015
Computational Group wiki and for a COFFEE BREAK – June 10, 2015
Computational Wiki Demo on April 8, 2015 (Attendance is strongly recommended for all CSE/CLS students.)
Computational (CSE/CLS) student organization has completed wiki for CSE/CLS student community, and it is going to be demonstrated on April 8, 2015 at 3:30 PM at CSE/CLS Seminar. We strongly encourage your participation. (There will be a sign-in sheet at the door.)
*Refreshments will be served.
CSE/CLS Seminar Course Registration for Fall 2015
If you are planning to register CIGP Seminar course for the upcoming Fall 2015 , please visit this link for specific instruction:
CSE/CLS First Day Meeting for Spring 2015
CSE/CLS has a mandatory meeting on the first Wednesday of each semester (Fall and Spring semester only).
For Spring 2015, we will be meeting on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 3:30 PM in LWSN 1142.
CSE/CLS Master’s graduating in Fall 2014
If you are a master’s student graduating this semester (Fall 2014), please email email@example.com for our final audit and to approve your concentration on transcript by end of November.
CSE/CLS PhD – Spring 2015 Seminar Talk
Seminar talk is required for PhD students during the graduation year. If you are planning to do it Spring 2015, please start scheduling your talk, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with following information:
- Your Name
- Your Degree
- Your Department
- Your Title (if available)
Student Open Hour Announcement
As it was announced during the First Day Meeting, if you have CSE or CLS problem(s) that you would like to seek help within CSE/CLS community, please prepare your request in PPT or PDF file and submit it to email@example.com by the Friday before upcoming CSE/CLS seminar.
Awards Surveys for Faculty and Students & the Survey Links
We are currently conducting a survey with our CSE/CLS faculty and students.
Please inform us your received awards this year by completing a Qualtrics survey, so we can post a highlight of you on our CSE/CLS Facebook.
If you’re a faculty click here
If you’re a student click here
Seminar talk scheduling for Fall 2014 due 9/26
We are accepting speakers (CSE/CLS PhD candidates and/or professors in computational research) for our CSE/CLS Seminar. Last day to schedule your seminar talk is Friday, Sept. 26th. Please view our event calendar for available Wednesdays, https://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/cigp/calendar/index.html and email firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling.
Our office is now located at YONG B40
New CSE Faculty from Industrial Engineering
Two new Industrial Engineering professors have joined us in CSE faculty: Mario Ventresca, CS&E Representative (Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering) and Andrew Liu (Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering)
Spring 2014: First CSE/CLS Seminar will be held on Wed., Feb. 12, 2014 at 3:30 pm, LWSN 3102
For more information, please view CSE/CLS seminar event calendar at http://www.gradschool.purdue.edu/cse/events/calendar.html
CSE/CLS Mandatory Meeting - Spring 2014
Date&Time: 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 15, 2013// Location: LWSN 1142// First Wednesday of each semester is a mandatory meeting for all computational students.
Seminar on Dec. 3rd has been cancelled.