Introduction to Computational Science / Scientific Computing
Complex problems of different disciplines of Sciences and Engineering, e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, etc. often require advanced scientific computing skills and technologies. When we apply computational methods / techniques to solve the scientific problems, the field becomes a field of Computational Sciences which is very vast and rapidly growing.
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To find a suitable candidate:
Click on CVs in the side navigation bar, click on your discipline (like Computational sciences, Computational Physics etc.) to get a list of CVs to find a better match with your job requirement.
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