Computational Mathematics

Computational Mathematics involves mathematical research in areas of science where computing plays a central and essential role, emphasizing algorithms, numerical methods, symbolic methods and scientific computing.

Affiliations


The head of our research group, prof. dr. Annie Cuyt, is a member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts (KVAB). The main task of the Academy of Flanders is giving perspective to the societal debate on scientific and artistic topics in a neutral and interdisciplinary way.


Our research group is a member of the Research Community Scientific Computing, which unites Dutch and Flemish researchers in and users of numerical mathematics and scientific computing. The most important WSC goal is transfer of knowledge.


Our group also manages the HPC core facility CalcUA, which provides faculty, staff and students at the University of Antwerp with a high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure for research purposes.

 


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Latest news and events

January 2018

January 17
Research Day of the Faculty of Science (T.103, CGB campus). Christophe Segers gives a lecture titled "The search for an appropriate model to fit real-life data".

December 2017

December 21
Public PhD defence of Matteo Briani on "Development of a Validated EXPonential Analysis method" (16:00, room G0.10).

November 2017

November 13
Matteo Briani gives a lecture "Development of a Validated EXPonential Analysis method" (16:00-18:00, room M.G.016).

November 7
Wen-shin Lee gives a talk "Identification problem in exponential analysis" at the Symbolic Computation Seminar, Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University (USA).

October 2017

October 16
Visit of Daniel S. Roche (United States Naval Academy, USA). He gives two lectures on "Two paths to sparse polynomial interpolation" (Part 1: October 16, 16:00-18:00 in room M.G.016; Part 2: October 17, 10:45-12:45, in room M.G.017).

October 9
Yuan Hou joins our research group as a PhD student. He is funded for 4 years by the China Scholarship Council.

October 1
Ferre Knaepkens joins our research group as a PhD student.

Contact

Research Group Computational Mathematics University of Antwerp, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Campus Middelheim, Building G
Middelheimlaan 1
2020 Antwerpen
Belgium
Tel. +32 3 265 38 98
Fax +32 3 265 37 77
annie.cuyt@uantwerpen.be