Simulations in Science Conference at Corwin Pavilion on February 4th!

by Vash Doshi, Graduate Career Peer
Friday, January 31, 2020 9:00 AM

SCSSC 2020 brings together speakers from a wide variety of jobs to talk about how computer modeling and simulations are used in their lines of work and to also reflect on how different things they learned while in school helped, or what things they wished they had learned more about. This is a great opportunity to learn about what a scientific or engineering career outside of academics might be like.

Students, researchers, and post-docs who are interested in how simulations are used in the business world are encouraged to attend. Past participants have said they came away with a better understanding of how computer simulations and modeling are used in industry, and have a more positive view of what their future careers might involve.  

There will be ample time for informal talking/networking with the speakers and other industry attendees. Talks are wide ranging, but geared towards the general science student, and speakers will touch on what skills they found useful in their jobs. There is also a poster session at the end of the day where you can show off your research - and CSC will print your poster for free!

When: Tuesday, February 4, 2020, 9:00am-5:30pm
Where: Corwin Pavilion
Find event details (talk titles, bios, etc.) here

*While registration is officially closed, you can email Paul Weakliem to request to attend.