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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING INFORMATION SESSION
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 ∙ 12:30-1:15 PM ∙ REGISTER HERE(LINK IS EXTERNAL)!

PICSciE is currently accepting applications to its Graduate Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering. This certificate program is designed to recognize achievements of graduate students who have undertaken comprehensive training in numerical analysis, software engineering, hardware and programming practices, both through formal course work and through research in their subject area. 

Join us at our first virtual information session on Monday, November 9 from 12:30-1:15 pm.  Registrants will be sent a link for this session before the event.

Professor Michael E. Mueller, the graduate certificate program director will be available to answer questions. This is also an opportunity for you to meet and mingle with fellow graduate students virtually.


Application form

The online form is used to register your interest in the graduate certificate in computational science and engineering with the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering. We use this information to add you to our email list for relevant announcements and program-related matters.

If you have questions regarding the program or the application process, please contact either Prof. Michael Mueller, program director at muellerm@princeton.edu or Florevel (Floe) Fusin-Wischusen, PICSciE manager and program administrator, at floe@princeton.edu.

Certificate Requirements

  • Take for credit and pass two of the approved core courses namely: APC 524: Software Engineering for Scientific Computing and APC 523: Numerical Algorithms for Scientific Computing.
  • Take for credit and pass one approved elective course, usually this is a course specific to their research discipline.
  • Give a seminar on their thesis research at the end of the program with other participants.
  • Write a thesis which contains a significant computational component, as judged by the thesis advisor who must write a short letter to certify this component.

Thank you for completing your application to the graduate certificate in computational science and engineering. 

If you have any questions, please email Michael Mueller, the graduate certificate program director.

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