Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling


C2M2 channels cross-disciplinary research in applied and computational mathematics, fosters the involvement of mathematics in science and engineering, and provides high-tech resources for mathematics research and education. The center also offers opportunities for math students and early career researchers to engage in cross-disciplinary activities and serves as a bridge between mathematical analysis, computing, lab science and engineering practice.

Traffic congestion

Benjamin Seibold, C2M2 director, is part of a major effort using connected and autonomous vehicle technology to smooth traffic, calm congestion and reduce fuel use. The CIRCLES Project, funded by a $3.5 million U.S. Department of Energy grant, brings together researchers from UC Berkeley and Institute of Transportation Studies Berkeley, Rutgers University-Camden, University of Arizona, Vanderbilt University and Tennessee Department of Transportation.


Benjamin Seibold
C2M2, Director
Department of Mathematics, Associate Professor

Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling (C2M2)

Wachman Hall, Room 1050
1805 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122