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Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) entails interdisciplinary research, by a sustained interaction of a critical mass of researchers, tackling complex problems of scientific and engineering interest under the unifying concept of computation.
It relies on the explosive growth of Information Technology, which allows new subjects to be addressed by scientific simulation, while expanding the application of computation in the experimental arena. Key research topics include multi-scale computation, data mining and grid computing implemented in applications spanning areas such as cell biology, nanotechnology and finance.

The StrategischeErfolgsPositionen program of ETHZ in CSE provides the opportunity to develop this strategic area at ETHZ with the aim towards international leadership and appeal.

The Computational/Collaborational Laboratory in CSE (CoLab) is the central part of this program. It was established in May 2002 and is hosted by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ). The scientific program is defined by the CoLab Steering committee. Key elements of the research program include a Visiting Faculty Program, a Post-doctoral Program and Summer Workshops.


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