Hybrid Computing

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We are looking for an MS or undergraduate applied mathematics student to do an independent project involving programming and testing of a newly developed hybrid computer chip in the lab, comparing it with applications in scientific computing.  A course in numerical methods is required (APMA 4300 or similar) along with programming experience in one of Python, Fortran, C, or Matlab. Background in micro-controller (Arduino) programming will be helpful but is not required.

Contact: Professor K. Mandli