A world leader in computational science, engineering and mathematics, The University of Texas at Austin cultivates interdisciplinary research to solve critical problems of significance to society. Researchers are advancing science and society, by building the mathematical and statistical foundations for advanced computing methods, developing new scalable algorithms, and advancing the architecture-algorithm-application nexus.
Developing a Digital Twin
Oden Institute director leads effort to create virtual UAVs that can predict vehicle health, enable autonomous decision-making
Magic angle graphene produces switchable patterns of superconductivity
Changing the Future of Gene-Editing
Computer scientists develop the Chip Hybridized Affinity Mapping Platform (CHAMP), a genome sequencing chip.
A cross disciplinary effort whose mission is to develop and improve the core technologies for comprehensive computational modeling, simulation, analysis, and visualization of natural and synthetic phenomena, and then utilize them as an integrated tool for rapid discovery.
Solves problems in (a) astrodynamics, (b) space environment, (c) space propulsion, (d) satellite guidance, navigation, and control, and (e) spacecraft systems and design which require or substantially benefit from high performance computing and computational science capabilities.
A research center dedicated to the development and application of tools and techniques for making reliable computational predictions of complex systems.