KalmanK wrote:This reply might be a bit late, but space science now has lots of computer science applications. For example, George Mason University has a Ph.D. in Computational Science and Informatics program which has concentrations in Computational Physics and Space Science and Computational Astrophysics http://cds.gmu.edu/content/phd-computat ... nformatics. I think this type of program might match what you are looking for.
PM wrote:I don't remember. The program might have folded, anyway; I wasn't even a grad student when I wrote that message.
If you're looking for computational astrophysics, my knowledge has improved considerably, and I doubt I'd recommend UMD anymore anyway.
I'd now recommend:
Carnegie Mellon/Pittsburgh (the institutes seem to have people from both): http://www.cmu.edu/cosmology/, http://www.stat.cmu.edu/~inca/
UC Santa Cruz: http://hipacc.ucsc.edu/
Michigan: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/astro/research ... trophysics
Plus the usual suspects: MIT, Harvard, Chicago, CalTech, Max Planck, etc.
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