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  • Computational Science Research Experiences and Case Studies

    Internships and Research Experiences in Computational Science

    Capital University is located is located three miles east of downtown Columbus in one of the finest communities in Ohio. Our students and faculty take advantage of this unique and thriving location by obtaining academic experiences with local companies, industries, and state and federal government agencies.

    Some Internship and Research experiences in Computational Science include

    • Battelle, Columbus Ohio - Battelle is a global science and technology enterprise that develops and commercializes technology and manages laboratories for customers.
    • Business Technology Center, Columbus - The Business Technology Center is part of Ohio's Thomas Edison Program sponsored by the Department of Development.
    • Chemical Abstracts Service, Columbus - CAS, the global leader in chemical information, and a division of the American Chemical Society.
    • Genomics Research Institute, Cincinnati - The Genome Research Institute is part of the University of Cincinnati and advances life-science research by combining the talents, creativity, and resources of academic and industrial scientists to develop treatments for cancer, metabolic disorders, and other diseases.
    • Innovative Thinking, Inc, Columbus - A small company interested in providing unique and computational modeling solutions to societal issues.
    • Proximate Technologies, Columbus - A leading provider of technical solutions in materials design using computational methods
    • Ohio Supercomputer Center, Columbus - The Ohio Supercomputer Center provides supercomputing, networking, research and educational resources to a diverse state and national community, including education, academic research, industry and state government.
    • Wright Center for Innovation at OSU, Columbus - Department of Radiology in the Division of Imaging Research exploring the imaging modalities including MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), CT (Computed Tomagraphy), Ultrasound, PET (Positron Emission Tomography), PET-CT, and X-ray.


    Case Studies: Computational Science In Action

    The following are examples of how computational science is applied within various industries to model and learn about:

    • The spread of infectious disease in Computational Science I
    • How children with AD/HD can succeed in school in Computational Neuroscience and Psychology
    • How your body responds to stress in Computational Neuroscience and Psychology
    • The spread of HIV in Computational Biology