ORNL's Computer Science and Mathematics Division Seminar
By Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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The Computer Science and Mathematics Division Seminar Series is a platform to bring in scientists performing pre-eminent work of interest to the Division. The goal of the main portion of the series (October-June) is to keep staff current on computer science and mathematics research and foster external collaboration. There is an effort by the committee to bring in a wide variety of speakers covering some form of the development and/or application of numerical methods.
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