Admission process for selected candidates starts : 23rd June 2018
Last date for candidates to confirm admission : 27th June 2018.
All selected candidate are expected to submit attested copies of the following documents:
1) 10th, 12th, B.Sc. Final Year marks sheet - 2 Sets
2) Cast certificate, non-creamy layer certificates as applicable.
3) Attested copy of domicile certificate OR certificate of SSC and HSC examinations if candidate is domicile of Maharashtra.
4) Medical Certificate in case of Physically handicapped.
In case of any queries or doubts contact ISSC office
Those who have not submitted the application form are expected to submit the same with other documents.
Research in Interdisciplinary Areas at the School.
Announcements and Updates
Lecture for M.Sc. Scientific Computing First & Second Year will start from 10th July 2018.
First year schedule for 10th July.
10:30 - 11:30 AM : Orientation session
11:30AM - 1 PM : PPL-I Lecture
1 - 2 PM : Break
2 - 4 : LAB Session
Time table for the semester will be declared on 10th July.
All students are requested to be present at ISSC by 10:00 AM on 10th July.
Welcome to Interdisciplinary School Of Scientific Computing
One of the first School/Institute in India to offer Masters degree
in Scientific Computing for Computer Science graduates and Engineers.
The school was founded in 1994 with an intention to bridge the gap between
pure sciences and computer science.It offers MSc in Scientific Computing
formerly known as M.C.S. (Master of Computer science with specialization
in scientific computing).
It is a unique school of its kind in the country and one of the few schools
in the world. M.Sc. (Scientific Computing) programme attempts to strike a
balance between training in Sciences and Computer Science. It emphasizes on
fundamentals of a subject and prepares students to absorb specific technologies
when required. School has an interdisciplinary M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme
in Scientific Computing. Students from science and related faculties(like
Engineering, Medicine, etc.) willing to do computational work can register for
M.Phil. or Ph. D. degree.
There is hardly an area of science or engineering that does not use
Computers for modeling. Some of the problems in these areas reduce to
systems of differential or linear equations. These systems can be solved
using numerical techniques which are more dependent on the system than the
domain of the problem. As these systems come in all "sizes and shapes",
solving them stretches the available computer resources to their limits.
Advanced visualization techniques are necessary for understanding the solution.
Data mining relates to the extraction of information from large Chemical or
Biological databases. All this has led to development of "Scientific Computing"
as a discipline in its own right. Broadly the term refers to the application of
computational techniques to address problems in the scientific domain.
Fellowships and Placements
Professor. Dr. Shridhar Gadre
Founder, Ex-Director ISSC, Distinguished Professor
PhD IIT Kanpur and Post-Doctorate from the University of North Carolina and University of Houston - U.S.A .
Dr. Smita Bedekar
Ph.D. in Mathematics from IIT Kanpur on Parallel Algorithms for Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations
Dr. Vaishali Shah
Ph.D. in Physics from University of Pune. Post-Doctorate
from Iowa State University, University of Maryland, Duquesne University and
Carnegie Mellon University - U.S.A.