PhD in Computational Science and Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy in Computational Science and Engineering (PhD CSE) support the efforts and initiatives to make the Industry Policy 4.0 or Industry 4WRD planning possible. In line with that, FOUR research clusters are being emphasized in the programmes, they are ADVANCED MATERIALS, AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY, MECHANICS and ADVANCED NUMERICAL METHODS which are reflected in the selections of core and elective courses offered.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO-1. To produce graduates with ability to handle multidisciplinary problems by assimilating relevant information and applying mathematics, science and engineering principles.
PEO 2. To produce graduates who can deduce engineering ideas and concepts in order to solve issues in current field concerns and challenges.
PEO 3. To develop graduates with ability to make proper judgment related to professional, ethical, managerial and other nontechnical issues commonly encountered in engineering practice.
PEO 4. To develop graduates who can conduct original research and develop new technologies.
List of Compulsory Courses
- Research Methodology
- Advanced Computational Science and Technology
Choose one elective course
- Multiscales Computational Mechanics
- Extended Finite Element
- Boundary Element Method
- Advanced Algorithm
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