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Oden Institute at the University of Texas Austin
Oden Institute at the University of Texas Austin

An interdisciplinary community connected under one mission.

The Oden Institute advances the field of computational science and engineering and its application to address the grand challenge problems facing society.

What is Computational Science and Engineering?

Computational Science or Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) is an interdisciplinary field that uses mathematical modeling and advanced computing to understand and solve complex problems. At its core CSE involves developing models and simulations to understand physical/natural systems.

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from the Oden Institute

A melting glacier on the coast of Greenland, 
Credit: Dr. Lorenz Meire of the Greenland Climate Research Center

Greenland’s Glaciers Might Be Melting 100 Times As Fast As Previously Thought

Next Upcoming Event

Dimensionality reduction techniques for nonconvex optimization

Coralia Cartis, Professor, Numerical Optimization at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Balliol College and The Alan Turing Institute for Data Science.

3:30 p.m.– 5 p.m.

Feb. 9, 2023

POB 6.304 & Zoom

Digital twin research at the Oden Institute includes applications in geosciences, aerospace engineering and materials science. Credit: Oden Institute.

New Center will Develop the Mathematical and Computational Foundations of Digital Twins for Complex Energy Systems

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