Temple University's Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling channels crossdisciplinary research in applied and computational mathematics, fosters the involvement of mathematics in science and engineering, and provides hightech resources and laboratory components for mathematics research and education.
Core Faculty








 Traffic flow modeling and simulation
 Highorder methods for PDE
 Computational fluid dynamics

 Biofilms
 Fluid dynamics
 Medical applications

 Computational neuroscience
 Highperformance computing
 Computer geometry

 Numerical linear algebra
 Numerical analysis
 Parallel computing

Mission
 Expand crossdisciplinary research and education activities
 Foster involvement of mathematics in applications in science and engineering
 Provide opportunities for mathematics students and early career researchers to engage in crossdisciplinary activities and applications, including laboratory work
 Serve as a bridge between mathematical analysis, computing, lab science, and engineering practice
 Be a resource for visualization and creation of geometry and data
Activities
 Seminar series (TBA): Talks by crossdisciplinary researchers who use mathematical modeling and computation to address problems in science and engineering.
 C^{2}M^{2} Laboratory (1050 Wachman Hall): hightech hardware to enable students and researchers to link mathematical research with experimentation and collection/visualization.
 Student research support: The center provides support for undergraduate student research projects related to the technology provided by the center.
 Support modeling and lab components in education (graduate and undergraduate):
 Applied math clinic (contact: Isaac Klapper): Mathematics faculty, postdocs, and students provide assistance with mathematical techniques that arise in nonmathematical research projects.
Location
 Director office: 518 Wachman Hall
 C^{2}M^{2} lab: 1050 Wachman Hall
C^{2}M^{2} Laboratory
The C
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^{2} Lab provides hightech practical resources for mathematics research and education, including: robotics platforms, 3d printing, and virtual reality.
Events
 Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 12pm3pm: Center Open House, 10th Floor Wachman Hall:
Visitors can walk into a neuroscience computation via virtual reality, observe robots executing carfollowing dynamics, and see how intricate 3D geometric objects are printed. Faculty and students active in the center will be available to answer questions and exchange ideas.