Center for Mathematical Modeling, Universidad de Chile

The Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) is a national leading scientific center for research and applications of mathematics. It aims to create new mathematics and use it to solve problems coming from other sciences, the industry and public policies. It was created in 2000 by a group of researchers of the Department of Mathematical Engineering at Universidad de Chile, with the support of CONICYT. CMM is also the International Mixed Unit of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) of France, and has an important wide world network of counterparts. Over these two decades the Center has contributed to the innovation and solution of public and industrial problems in areas where mathematical modeling has shown to be essential, specially where the Chilean economy has advantages, like mining, astronomy, energy and natural resources. Nowadays features five strategic areas (Mining, Biology and Health, Education, Resource Management, and Data and High Performance Computing), one initiative and one national laboratory, covering a wide range of application areas. The mission of the CMM is to create new mathematics and use it to solve problems coming from other sciences, the industry and public policies. Its aim is to develop science with the highest standards, which also guides its endeavors in industrial research and education.

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