The Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Computational Analysis and Modeling (CAM)

The Ph.D. program in Computational Analysis and Modeling (CAM) is an interdisciplinary doctoral degree program administered by the Graduate School with participation from the College of Engineering and Science and the College of Applied and Natural Sciences. The program is intended to produce professionals who have a firm grasp of the fundamentals of mathematical modeling, and have the expertise to implement, analyze, and evaluate such models using state-of-the-art computing environments and advanced visual data analysis techniques.

CAM Program Contact:

Dr. Weizhong Dai
Coordinator of Ph.D. program in CAM;
McDermott International Professor of Mathematics;
Ofiice: Carson Taylor Hall 243
Phone/Fax: 318.257.3301 / 318.257.3823
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Computer Science Program Contact:

Dr. Jean Gourd
Program Chair of Computer Science;
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Cyber Engineering;
W.W. Chew Endowed Professor;
Office: Nethken Hall 247
Phone/Fax: 318.257.4301 / 318.257.4922
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