The conducted research is multidisciplinary in nature. It provides for an opportunity to apply and develop a variety of technical skills in computational sciences (applied mathematics, statistics, computer science). It requires model development, simulation, visualization and analysis via a variety of statistical techniques.
Prospective graduate students should have an excellent background in computational sciences and computing skills or willingness to improve them (i.e. ability to design, code, and test scientific applications in C and C++, and/or ability to manipulate data using MATLAB or other statistical packages).
Successful candidates will have to apply (and be accepted) to study at the graduate program at the University of Guelph.
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