The team 2015
SISSA mathLab @5: 2010-2015
The team 2014
A brief overview
Projects list
Motility and spontaneous division
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A laboratory for mathematical modeling and scientific computing devoted to the interactions between mathematics and its applications.


A team of scientists pursuing frontier research, while expanding the opportunities for a dialogue across academic and disciplinary boundaries and focusing on new trend in computational mechanics an

Master thesis, post-grad/pre-doc and PhD programs

Master thesis projects for graduate students (in applied math; mathematical, physical, enviromental, civil, structural, aerospace, mechanical and naval engineering) are available u

SISSA mathLab Research is funded by Mathematics Area of SISSA, European Research Council, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research,  Regional Administration of Friuli Venezia Giulia, European Social Fund, as well as by private and public industries.

Latest events

Reduced Basis Methods for Uncertainty Quantification and Stochastics PDEs


07/07/2016 - 15:00

SISSA mathLab seminars,  main campus Room A-133 at 3PM, 7 July 2016

Davide Torlo and Luca Venturi (University of Trieste)

Mr Davide Torlo's  talk on  “Stabilized reduced basis method for transport PDEs with random inputs”


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