Computational Science Research Center at SDSU

CSRC.COLLOQUIUM The CSRC is thus envisioned as the coordinating body of a partnership involving several participating departments.

The Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) was established in 1999 within the College of Sciences at San Diego State University (SDSU) as an outgrowth of the Interdisciplinary Research Center. Its mission is to promote the development and advancement of computational science by bringing together researchers in different areas who have a common interest in modern scientific computation. Altho

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09/28/2020

SDSU Computational Science Research Center 21st Anniversary.

In honor of our 21st anniversary, we want to say thank you to all those alumni that support our mission. Please visit sdsualumni.org/csrc20? to help shape the future of the CSRC.

11/13/2019

Our next Day of Giving for Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) will be on December 5th, 2019.

By following the link provided below, your tax-deductible donation will be made directly to the CSRC. These funds are key in accomplishing our mission, the development and advancement of computational science by fostering research, educational programs, industrial interaction and partnership activities. We understand that there are a number of groups and organizations seeking donations this time of year, but hope that you will join us with your contribution to support student projects, student travel fund, teaching and the research mission set out by the CSRC, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Please help support all our efforts by giving tomorrow using the link:
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10/17/2019

CSRC associate faculty, Dr. Richard Levine, Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics, was named Associate Editor for Statistics of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society.

09/24/2019

The Annual Day of Giving SDSU campaign is TOMORROW, September 25th!
The Computational Science Research Center is being selected as one of the highlighted programs from the College of Sciences at San Diego State University for this Annual Day of Giving.

Please consider making a gift to support the education of our students.

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09/18/2019

The Annual Day of Giving SDSU campaign is almost one week away, September 25th.
The Computational Science Research Center is being selected as one of the highlighted programs from the College of Sciences at San Diego State University for this Annual Day of Giving.

Please consider making a gift to support the education of our students.

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06/14/2019

CSRC participates on research on health disparities
CSRC Associate Director Guadalupe X. "Suchi" Ayala is leading this effort along with Director Jose Castillo, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) DHHS Nat Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities. The $2,000,000 grant from NIH is a portion of a proposed total 10 million 5-Year Endowment Strategic Plan funded for `Building Capacity and Infrastructure for Population Health and Health Disparities Research at San Diego State University' (SDSU).
The grant renewal was submitted as an interdisciplinary team including engineering professor Keen Moon and SDSU president Adela de la Torre. The mission of the Strategic Plan is to create an infrastructure for innovative and significant translational research to achieve population-level health changes and reduce health disparities among racially/ethnically diverse populations (Hispanic/ Latino and immigrant groups most notably), sexual minorities, and lower-income populations in the United States (US).

06/14/2019

CSRC DATA SCIENCE WORKSHOP, May 28-30, 2019
Data science continues to evolve as one of the most promising and in-demand fields sought by industry and national labs. On 2018, CSRC started offering a MS degree with emphasis in data science. A three day workshop on data science was offered to students, including short lectures and a lab. The workshop covered an introduction to data science, statistical and machine learning, with an emphasis on two supervised learning algorithm methods: Random forests and neural networks. The students (see photo) were glad to participate in this opportunity to cover a lot of information in the data science field in only three sessions. For more information on the workshop, on-line certificates and PhD degree program in Computational Science (offered jointly with UC Irvine), please contact the Computational Research Center at: [email protected]

Empirical curvelet based fully convolutional network for supervised texture image segmentation 06/14/2019

Textures (that feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface or a substance) are highly variable, which makes them very difficult to define in a mathematical model. A new paper by CSRC associated faculty Jerome Gilles may shed some light on the analysis of textures in images with many possible applications. Huang, et al, Empirical curvelet based Fully Convolutional Network for supervised texture image segmentation, Neurocomputing 349 (2019) 31–43.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925231219305454

Empirical curvelet based fully convolutional network for supervised texture image segmentation In this paper, we propose a new approach to perform supervised texture classification/segmentation. The proposed idea is to feed a Fully Convolutional…

05/13/2019

Congratulations to CSRC board member Gary Fogel on receiving the San Diego Section AIAA Outstanding Contribution to Aerospace Education Award. A well deserved recognition to his many contributions at SDSU, and particularly, to the Aerospace Engineering program as an adjunct faculty and advisor. "You have played a significant role in our efforts towards students engagement, retention and success," says Satchi Venkataraman +Aerospace

05/13/2019

Alumn Vincent Berardi just published a paper in collaboration with University of Arizona and researchers at the College of Health and Human Services at SDSU. Adams M, et al, Rationale, design, and baseline characteristics of WalkIT Arizona: A factorial randomized trial testing adaptive goals and financial reinforcement to increase walking across higher and lower walkable neighborhoods. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2019 https://lnkd.in/gGfdyuW

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01/08/2019

CSRC Associated Faculty and SDSU Professor Sunil Kumar (Engineering) has received a $100,000 grant from the DOD Air Force Research Laboratory to support his research in telecommunication networks. His project "Quality-of-Autonomy (QoA)-Oriented and QoS-Aware Transport and Routing Protocols for Contested Airborne Swarm Networks" will run from 2018-2021. A Research Assistant position is available for a Ph.D. student in Wireless Networks at CSRC. Cheers to Sunil!

12/18/2018

CSRC Associate Director and SDSU Professor Guadalupe X. "Suchi" Ayala (Health Promotion and Behavioral Science) just published the results of an interesting clinical trial investigating family intervention effects on children's dietary intake. The study analysis dietary intake and tracks whether changes in mothers' dietary intake, her parenting strategies, and behavioral strategies promote more healthy eating at home. CSRC is involved in the development of computational solutions to assess these and other types of interventions. Elva Arredondo et al, "Latina mothers as agents of change in children’s eating habits: findings from the randomized controlled trial Entre Familia: Reflejos de Salud." International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2018; 15(1)

DOI: 10.1186/s12966-018-0714-0.

12/11/2018

Professor of Aerospace Engineering and CSRC Associate Director Satchi Venkataraman is the recipient of a $165,000 NASA Fellowship from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Congratulations Satchi!

Track Your Article 12/11/2018

A key paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Computational Science. This important paper is placing the CSRC Coastal Ocean Dynamics Group on the world map regarding coastal ocean modeling. Mariangel (Angie) Garcia, Paul Choboter, Ryan Walter and Jose Castillo. "Validation of the nonhydrostatic General Curvilinear Coastal Ocean Model (GCCOM) for Stratified Flows," 2018, in press. J Comput Sci, https://lnkd.in/gcvNhdk

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12/11/2018

SDSU Professor Satish Sharma (Enginnering) and CSRC Associated faculty received a $179,916 grant from the DOD Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to support his project dealing with the "Design and Development of Ku-band Phased Array Antenna Network Using Heat Sink Radiator and Reflector Element for Beam Steering Applications." Congratulations Dr. Sharma!

12/11/2018

CSRC Associated Faculty Parag Katira (Engineering) received a $191,607.00 grant by the National Science Foundation to support his project:
"Heterogeneous Cancer Cell Mechanics Differentially Drives Mechanosensing and Migration National Science Foundation." Kudos to Parag on this important accomplishment!

12/11/2018

CSRC Associated Faculty Joaquin Camacho, PhD (Engineering) received a $79,999.00 grant by the National Science Foundation to support his project
EAGER: Flame-Assisted Chemical V***r Deposition for Energy Storage Electrode Fabrication. Congratulations Joaquin!

11/14/2018

WE ARE LOOKING FOR folks who have experience in Computational Virus Hunting or Adjacent Fields! On January 9-11, 2019, CSRC Associated Professor Rob Edwards is collaborating with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) to run a bioinformatics hackathon in Southern California hosted by the Computational Science Research Center. A few hundred thousand metagenomic datasets will be placed on cloud infrastructure and from these we will ask to identify known, taxonomically definable and novel viruses! If you are interested in pursuing this detective work, please apply on the link below!
https://edwards.sdsu.edu/research/socal-hackathon-2019/

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Mathematical Sciences Colloquium | Science at Rensselaer 11/14/2018

CSCR Director Jose Castillo was a guest speaker at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dept of Mathematical Sciences Colloquium with the talk: "High Order Mimetic Difference Operators."
The lecture was held on Monday, November 5, 2018, 5pm at Amos Eaton 214.
Host: Bill Henshaw
Refreshments served 3:30 4pm Amos Eaton 4th Floor Lounge.

The Mathematical Sciences Colloquium series is held each semester. Faculty in the math department invite speakers from all areas of mathematics, and the talks are open to all members of the RPI community.

For more information check the web site at: https://lnkd.in/gjqagQk

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium | Science at Rensselaer The Mathematical Sciences Colloquium series is held each semester, generally on Mondays at 4pm, and is sponsored by the math department. Faculty in the math department invite speakers from all areas of mathematics, and the talks are open to all members of the RPI community. The calendar is organized...

CSRC :: index 11/14/2018

Data Science is a hot field, but many tech jobs are going vacant according to an industry report in the Economic Times.

The Master’s Degree Program in Computational Science at the Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) has an emphasis on Data Science. It prepares you for tech jobs and jobs in other industries requiring Data Science skills. The curriculum features courses and research projects under the supervision of CSRC faculty. The program equips you with scientific database techniques, problem-solving skills using computers, and math skills for development and creation of mathematical models. These skills are greatly required by most tech, biotech and national labs, and HR departments. Through its interdisciplinary approach to graduate training, CSRC produces the broadly educated, capable scientists and engineers sought by employers in the 21st century.

For more information visit our web site at: www.csrc.sdsu.edu

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11/14/2018

CSRC Associated Faculty Dr. Nicholas Shikuma (Biology) has received a $46,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to support his research on: "Transcriptional response of coral larvae to known metamorphosis-inducing bacterial product and its implication for natural coral repopulation" (Fellowship - A. Alker). Congratulations Dr. Shikuma! hashtag hashtag hashtag hashtag hashtag hashtag

11/14/2018

Alumnus Mohammad Abouali just published a paper that provides some evidence to support the importance of data sharing among agencies to better guide current and future conservation programs. Abouli, M, et al, Evaluation of the effectiveness of conservation practices under implementation site uncertainty, J Environ Manag 2018; 228:197-204.

11/14/2018

CSRC associated faculty Dr. Lyuba Kuznetsova (Physics) received a $46,000 grant from the NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources for her project "Designing Optical Metamaterial Devices with Hyperbolic Dispersion Using Al/Dielectric Nanolayers." Congratulations Lyuba!

11/14/2018

CSRC Associated faculty Bo-Wen Shen (Mathematics and Statistics) and his team had a very productive month with published papers and manuscripts in preparation related to his research project: "Understanding Butterfly Effects and Predictability in Lorenz Models and Global Models. His aim is using supercomputing and global modeling technology in producing remarkable simulations of large-scale tropical waves and hurricanes at extended-range time scales.

Conference Detail for Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems 2019 11/14/2018

Ph.D. student Priscilla Kelly and CSRC associated faculty Lyuba Kuznetsova (Physics) published a paper in the Conference: Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems 2018 held in San Diego CA, August Kelly P and Kuznetsova L. Finite-difference time-domain numerical study of ultrashort pulse propagation across sub-micron scale distances in Al:ZnO/ZnO at the epsilon near-zero spectral point. Paper 10719-72, Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems 2018. Abstract available at:
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