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  • Corso di Studi in Ingegneria Matematica, nuovo progetto di doppia laurea con EPFL
    Double degree Master Program between Politecnico di Milano and EPFL

Laboratory of Modeling and Scientific Computing
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Laboratory of
Modeling and
Scientific Computing
Laboratory of Mathematics Education and Scientific Experimentation
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Laboratory of
Mathematics Education and
Scientific Experimentation
differential equations at polimi
differential equations
at polimi
Quantitative Finance LAB
Quantitative Finance
LAB
Game Theory And Computation (Group)
Game Theory And Computation
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Upcoming Events

  • oct
    03
    mon
    2016
    Seminar
    10-03-2016, 16:03 On the fundamental theorem of freiman
    Endre Szemerédi

    • SEMINAR ON
    • On the fundamental theorem of freiman
    • Endre Szemerédi, Rutgers University
    • Monday, october 3 2016 at 16:03, Aula Chisini, via Saldini 50
    • Abstract
      We are going to discuss many applications and generalizations of Freiman’s theorem in discrete mathematics and elsewhere. No previous knowledge is assumed.

    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • oct
    04
    tue
    2016
    Seminar
    10-04-2016, 11:15 Some problems in geometry and additive combinatorics
    Endre Szemeredi

    • SEMINAR ON
    • Some problems in geometry and additive combinatorics
    • Endre Szemeredi , Rutgers University, USA
    • Tuesday, october 4 2016 at 11:15, AULA CONSIGLIO VII Piano del Dipartimento di Matematica, Politecnico di Milano
    • Abstract
      We are going to talk about the so called Heilbronn’s problems, some geometrical Ramsey problems and Sidon-type and sum-product problems from arithmetic combinatorics.

      contact: pasquale.ciarletta@polimi.it

    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • oct
    05
    wed
    2016
    Seminar
    10-05-2016, 11:30 ‘polynomial adaptivity in discontinuous galerkin large eddy simulation
    Matteo Tugnoli

    • SEMINAR ON
    • ‘polynomial adaptivity in discontinuous galerkin large eddy simulation
    • Matteo Tugnoli , Dip. Scienze e Tecnologie Aerospaziali, Politecnico di Milano
    • Wednesday, october 5 2016 at 11:30, Aula Seminari “Saleri” VI Piano – Mox – Dipartimento di Matematica, Politecncio di Milano
    • Abstract
      In the context of Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of turbulent flows, only the more energetic scales of motions are represented while the effect of the smaller ones is modelled. For complex and unsteady flows, it is difficult to set a priori the numerical resolution corresponding to the scales that must be directly simulated. Adaptive (in the polynomial or grid sense) LES should overcome this problem allowing to locally adapt the discretization resolution to simulate a necessary amount of the turbulent scales. The present talk is focused on the polynomial degree adaptation in a discontinuous Galerkin method. The polynomial adaptivity procedure is quite established for non turbulent phenomena, and usually relies on a suitable local error estimation. In a turbulent flows this approach should lead to a convergence towards the direct numerical simulation (DNS), in contrast with the aim of a LES. In the present talk different approaches will be presented and discussed.

      contact: christian.vergara@polimi.it


    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • oct
    06
    thu
    2016
    Seminar
    10-06-2016, 16:30 Constructing curves on surfaces
    François Charles

    • SEMINAR ON
    • Constructing curves on surfaces
    • François Charles, Université Paris-Sud (Orsay)
    • Thursday, october 6 2016 at 16:30, Sala di rappresentanza, Dipartimento di Matematica, Università degli Studi, Via C. Saldini 50
    • Abstract
      A number of important questions in arithmetic and algebraic geometry, like the Hodge conjecture, deal with construction methods for subvarieties of algebraic varieties. These conjectures deal with complex-analytic questions, number-theoretic ones and questions regarding transcendental number theory. We will describe various aspects of these conjectures, and explain the geometric ideas underlying the proof of some of these in specific cases.

    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • oct
    12
    wed
    2016
    Seminar
    10-12-2016, 16:15 precise Absence of critical points of solutions to the helmholtz equation in 3d
    Giovanni Alberti

    • SEMINAR ON
    • Absence of critical points of solutions to the helmholtz equation in 3d
    • Giovanni Alberti, Università di Pisa
    • Wednesday, october 12 2016 at 16:15 precise, Aula seminari 3° piano
    • Abstract
      In this talk I will discuss a method to prove the absence of critical points for the Helmholtz equation in 3D. The key element of the approach is the use of multiple frequencies in a fixed range, and the proof is based on the spectral analysis of the associated problem. This question is strictly connected with the Rado-Kneser-Choquet theorem, whose direct extension to the Helmholtz equation or to three dimensions is not possible.

    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • oct
    20
    thu
    2016
    Seminar
    10-20-2016, 11:00 3d microphysiological systems: from modeling, to drug discovery, developmental biology, and space research
    Riccardo Gottardi

    • SEMINAR ON
    • 3d microphysiological systems: from modeling, to drug discovery, developmental biology, and space research
    • Riccardo Gottardi, Center for Cellular and Molecular Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
    • Thursday, october 20 2016 at 11:00, Aula Seminari “Saleri” VI Piano Mox Dipartimento di Matematica – Politecnico di Milano
    • Abstract
      A growing research in recent years focused on the development of next generation bioreactors capable of generating engineered constructs that mimic at least some of the physiological functions of native organ systems. Such microphysiological systems rely on the combination of microfluidic and tissue engineering to generate a high number of identical 3D organoid models that can be used for drug and toxicological screening.
      Moreover, the ultimate aim is to be able to connect multiple tissues within an organ system and from there multiple organ systems among themselves to better recapitulate the complexity and interconnection of human physiology, going from organ-on-a-chip to humans-on-a-chip. The effective development of these devices requires a solid understanding of their interconnected fluidics to predict the transport of nutrients and waste through the constructs and improve the design accordingly. In this lecture, the focus will be on a specific model of bioreactor developed at the Center for Cellular and Molecular Engineering (CCME), with multiple input/outputs, aimed at generating osteochondral constructs, i.e., a biphasic construct in which one side is cartilaginous in nature, while the other is osseous. Some of the challenges at the level of computational modelling of the system will be described, such as addressing the multi-physics nature of the problem that combines free flow in channels with hindered flow in porous media, and coupling of fluid dynamics with advection-diffusion-reaction equations that model the transport of biomolecules throughout the system and their interaction with living constructs. The same design and modelling approach is applicable to multi-chamber, interconnected system. In particular, it may be applied to human-on-chip devices. To this end, a lumped parameter approach to predict the behavior of multi-unit bioreactor systems with modest computational effort, will also be described. Furthermore, the lecture will present a comparison of the modeling outcomes with the experimental results and will introduce some of the opportunities opened by the possibility of using microphysiological systems to understand human physiology in challenging environments, such as microgravity on board the International Space Station, which is the object of a recent grant obtained by CCME. Finally, the lecture will outline some open problems where a modelling and computational approach can help guide the experimental development of microphysiological systems, such as understanding the processes of limb morphogenesis, digit patterning, and segmentation, and their translation to a regenerative approach.


    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568
  • nov
    07
    mon
    2016
    Seminar
    11-07-2016, 16:30 Convergence to equilibrium via quantitative stability
    Alessio Figalli

    • SEMINAR ON
    • Convergence to equilibrium via quantitative stability
    • Alessio Figalli, ETH Zurich
    • Monday, november 7 2016 at 16:30, Aula Chisini, via Saldini 50

    Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica via Bonardi 9, 20133 Milano – Telefono: +39 02 2399 4505 – Fax: +39 02 2399 4568