CMCS - Center for Modeling, Computing and Statistics

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The Center for Modeling, Computing and Statistics (CMCS) is an interdepartmental research center affiliated with the University of Ferrara, promoted by the following departments: Mathematics and Computer Science, Economics and Management and Engineering. The center involves several researchers, not only belonging to the University of Ferrara, but to several italian universities located throughout the national territory.

The center was founded in 2004 on the initiative of Profs. Patrizio Bianchi, Lorenzo Pareschi, Fausto Segala and Luigi Salmaso as an interdisciplinary center for computational modeling and statistics. In 2011 it changed the term Statistics to Simulation and now it is back to its original name.

The primary function of the CMCS is to carry out research in various disciplines, including applied mathematics, numerical analysis, scientific computing, computational fluid dynamicsmachine learning and statistics. The final aim foresees the application of the scientific goals achieved to real and tangible problems, through the development and implementation of mathematical models and software.

In addition, the center is committed to organizing educational and public events, of a national and international nature, related to cultural, scientific and technical innovation in the areas of expertise that the center itself deals with.

 

 

 

 

Via Machiavelli, 35 - 44121 Ferrara

Phone: +39 0532 974009