 News

DMCS is reconfirmed in the top positions for recruitment policies. Computer Science, Numerical Analysis, and Teaching and History of Mathematics at the top positions in the national rankings

Valeria Ruggiero confirmed as director of the GNCS
Prof. Valeria Ruggiero has been confirmed as director of the National Group of Scientific Computing (GNCS) of Indam 
"Women and Mathematics in Italy"
Historical exibit about famous women in Mathematics 
Double Degree MSc in Mathematics Ferrara  Master INVESTMAT Valencia
A new international Double Degree for MSc Mathematics students 
Call for admission to the PhD program  XXXIII cycle (A.A 2017/2018)
Deadline set on July, 13th 2017  Call for PhD in Mathematics
 Events

On the boundedness of minimal models of general type  Luca Tasin (Università Roma Tre)
Jul 24, 2017

A construction of big Maximal Cohen Macaulay modules  Dolors Herbera (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Jul 05, 2017

Regularity theory and global existence of small data solutions to semilinear de Sitter models with power nonlinearity  Michael Reissig (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany)
Jun 14, 2017

Tilting Theory: a gift of Representation Theory to Mathematics  Gabriella D'Este (Università di Milano)
Jun 05, 2017

Vanishing viscosity solutions of scalar conservation laws at a junction  Carlotta Donadello (Université de FrancheComté, Francia)
May 31, 2017
 Highlights

Combining Logic and Probability
Combining logic and probability is one of the long standing problems of Artificial Intelligence. Logic is very useful for describing domains with many different entities connected by complex relationships, while probability theory deals very well with the uncertainty that is associated to the data we collect from the world. 
A brief history of Mathematics at the University of Ferrara
Mathematics has a strong tradition at the University of Ferrara which goes back to the foundation of the University in 1391. Focus here is on the early history of mathematics at University of Ferrara. Recent developments will only be mentioned marginally. (In Italian)