We provide leadership within NIST in the application of applied and computational mathematics to the solution to science and engineering problems arising in measurement science and related applications. This is accomplished via a program of R&D in mathematical and computational techniques and tools, collaboration with NIST and external scientists, and the dissemination of reference data and software.
The ITL Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division was renamed Applied and Computational Mathematics on June 20, 2010
You are invited to attend our Division Seminar Series.
A finite element mesh created by NIST's OOF3D system from a micrograph of trabecular bone.
Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification in Materials Modeling, July 28-31, 2015, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics (CICM), July 13-17, 2015, Washington, DC13th International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions & Applications (OPSFA), June 1-5, 2015, Gaithersburg, MD
NIST - Bell Labs Workshop on Large-scale Complex Networks, June 8, 2012, Gaithersburg, MD
IFIP Working Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Scientific Computing, August 1-4, 2011, Boulder, CO
International Conference on Special Functions in the 21st Century: Theory and Applications, April 6-8, 2011, Washington, DC
Ronald F. Boisvert, Division Chief
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