The Computational Modeling and Simulation Program at the University of Pittsburgh provides its graduate students with an integrated program of creative, independent research, course work, and teaching. Our students pursue research in diverse areas including:

  • Bioengineering
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Geology and Environmental Science
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Physics and Astronomy
  • Psychology
  • Statistics

Students in the CMS PhD program benefit from the computational resources of in the University’s Center for Research Computing, and they benefit from workshops offered by the Center and interaction with its consultants. An extensive seminar series exposes students and faculty alike to the world’s leading scientists and their latest research. Pitt’s outstanding research and placement resources, coupled with the university’s commitment to being one of the finest and most productive universities in the world, uniquely positions to help you meet your objectives.