News & Events
On March 11, 2022, Ms. Isabel Serrano, a CSUF Mathematics Department alumna, and currently a PhD candidate in Computational Biology at UC Berkeley, visited CCAM and our campus. Isabel's slides for her presentation.
CCAM researchers have secured a $600,000 grant for acquiring a supercomputer on campus.
Mathematicians associated with CCAM are developing models for predicting spread of COVID-19 that take into account mobility between locations and behavioral patterns.
The Center hosts a seminar series which offers faculty and students the opportunity to talk about their research, and in particular, to indicate aspects of their work which may lead to possible collaborations. Information about scheduled seminars will appear in this section.
- November 20, 2020: Mathematical Models of Pandemics (Derdei Bichara, CSUF Department of Mathematics) Abstract Video
- December 11, 2020: A Few Strategies for the Statistical Modeling of the COVID-19 Pandemic Data (CSUF students Caleb Peña, Gwendolyn Lind, Seth Arreola, and Cameron Abrams) Abstract Video
Video of the student's presentation:
The Center hosts workshops which offers faculty and students the opportunity to teach various softwares and methods. Information about scheduled workshops will appear in this section.
Projects and activities of the Center, as they develop, will be described in this section.
Job postings, as they develop, will be described in this section.