Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling

Research

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.

Leadership

Benjamin Seibold
C2M2, Director
Department of Mathematics, Associate Professor
seibold@temple.edu

Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling (C2M2)

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