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Calculus

A.y. 2018/2019

Learning objectives

The course is splitted in three units with the aim of providing the basic elements of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Expected learning outcomes

Undefined

**Lesson period:** year
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)

**Assessment methods:** Esame

**Assessment result:** voto verbalizzato in trentesimi

Course syllabus and organization

### A - L

Responsible

**modulo: Matematica generale**

**Course syllabus**

Unit: Calculus:

Numbers: natural, rational and real numbers. The field R and its operations. The simbols of infinity. Inequalities in R.

Functions: 1:1, onto and bijective functions; composition and invertibility. Real functions of one real variable, graphics, monotonicity. Elementary functions (powers, logarithms, exponentials, ...).

Linear Algebra: vectors, matrices and their operations. Determinants, inversion, and ranks. Linear systems. Cramer's and Rouché's theorems.

Limits: definitions and basic properties; uniqueness; monotonicity. Limits for elementary functions. Uncertainties. Asymptotics and comparison results. Eulero's number "e" and some fundamental limits. Divergent and vanishing functions. Continuity and related proprties: Darboux and Weierstrass' results.

Differential calculus: first derivative, geometric and mechanical meaning, tangent line. Operations with derivatives: chain rule. Differentiation of elementary functions. Optimization and the classical theorems (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange), monotonicity. Convexity. Hopital's rule. Qualitative study for the graph of a real valued function. Antiderivatives and some methods to compute indefinite integrals.

Integral calculus: definite integrals and their main properties. The Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. Area of plane regions.

Formal prerequisites

None

Suggested textbook:

P. Marcellini, C. Sbordone, Calcolo - edizione aggiornata per i nuovi corsi di laurea, Liguori editore (2004).

Online course "Matematica Assistita", http://ariel.unimi.it/User/

Previous knowledge and exam

Knowledge of elementary algebra and plane trigonometry, use of logarithms in the real field.

We intend to check the achievements of the stated goals for the course through a written exam (mainly on exercises but not exclusively) and an oral exam (mainly on theory questions but not exclusively). Students are given the opportunity to replace the final exams with two tests on specific topics.

Teaching methods:

Traditional

Teaching language

Italian

Web page http://users.mat.unimi.it/users/paleari

Numbers: natural, rational and real numbers. The field R and its operations. The simbols of infinity. Inequalities in R.

Functions: 1:1, onto and bijective functions; composition and invertibility. Real functions of one real variable, graphics, monotonicity. Elementary functions (powers, logarithms, exponentials, ...).

Linear Algebra: vectors, matrices and their operations. Determinants, inversion, and ranks. Linear systems. Cramer's and Rouché's theorems.

Limits: definitions and basic properties; uniqueness; monotonicity. Limits for elementary functions. Uncertainties. Asymptotics and comparison results. Eulero's number "e" and some fundamental limits. Divergent and vanishing functions. Continuity and related proprties: Darboux and Weierstrass' results.

Differential calculus: first derivative, geometric and mechanical meaning, tangent line. Operations with derivatives: chain rule. Differentiation of elementary functions. Optimization and the classical theorems (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange), monotonicity. Convexity. Hopital's rule. Qualitative study for the graph of a real valued function. Antiderivatives and some methods to compute indefinite integrals.

Integral calculus: definite integrals and their main properties. The Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. Area of plane regions.

Formal prerequisites

None

Suggested textbook:

P. Marcellini, C. Sbordone, Calcolo - edizione aggiornata per i nuovi corsi di laurea, Liguori editore (2004).

Online course "Matematica Assistita", http://ariel.unimi.it/User/

Previous knowledge and exam

Knowledge of elementary algebra and plane trigonometry, use of logarithms in the real field.

We intend to check the achievements of the stated goals for the course through a written exam (mainly on exercises but not exclusively) and an oral exam (mainly on theory questions but not exclusively). Students are given the opportunity to replace the final exams with two tests on specific topics.

Teaching methods:

Traditional

Teaching language

Italian

Web page http://users.mat.unimi.it/users/paleari

**modulo: Laboratorio di Metodi Matematici e Statistici**

**Course syllabus**

Descriptive Statistics.

1) Sampling from a population. Types of data and variables.

2) Classes of data and frequency tables. Histograms/bar graphs.

3) Statistical indices: centrality indices (mean, modal value, median, midrange), variability indices (range, standard deviation, variance), percentiles, quartiles. Outliers. Boxplot.

Probability and random variables.

4) Sample space, events, probability of events.

5) Probability of the union and the intersection of events. Complement of an event. Independent events. Conditional probability. The Bayes Theorem. Factorials and binomial coefficients.

6) Random Variables. Expectation, variance and standard deviation of discrete random variables.

7) Discrete random variables: binomial and Poisson distributions. Continuous random variables: uniform and normal distributions.

8) Reduction to standard random variables and computations with the normal distribution. Normal approximation of the binomial distribution.

Inferential statistics.

9) General concepts: population, sample, parameters, statistics, estimators. Behaviour of the sample mean: law of large numbers and central limit theorem. Point estimates.

10) Confidence intervals: general concepts. Confidence interval for a proportion.

11) Confidence interval for the mean, with known/unknown variance. Student's t distribution.

12) Hypothesis testing. General concepts: null and alternative hypothesis, errors of the first/second kind, level of significance, power, p-value, test statistics, critical region.

13) Hypothesis tests on a proportion. Hypothesis tests on the mean (with known/unknown variance).

14) Inference for two samples. Inference on two proportions. Inference on two means, either for independent samples or for coupled samples.

Linear regression and non-parametric statistics.

15) Covariance and correlation coefficient. Linear regression (with one predictor and the intercept). Tests on the regressione coefficients and model validation.

16) Test of independence. Test of goodness-of-fit. Chi-square distribution.

Textbook: Textbook: Sheldon Ross, Probabilità e statistica per l'ingegneria e le scienze (terza edizione), Maggioli Editore (2015)

Prerequisites: elements of algebraic manipulation and basic use of a scientific calculator.

Exam: written exam consisting in exercise solving.

Recommended Prerequisites: to attend the course Matematica Generale scheduled in the same semester

Teaching methods: classroom lectures; attendance is highly suggested. Lectures are delivered in italian.

Further information and WEB pages: more detailed information on the course will be available on the Ariel webpage.

1) Sampling from a population. Types of data and variables.

2) Classes of data and frequency tables. Histograms/bar graphs.

3) Statistical indices: centrality indices (mean, modal value, median, midrange), variability indices (range, standard deviation, variance), percentiles, quartiles. Outliers. Boxplot.

Probability and random variables.

4) Sample space, events, probability of events.

5) Probability of the union and the intersection of events. Complement of an event. Independent events. Conditional probability. The Bayes Theorem. Factorials and binomial coefficients.

6) Random Variables. Expectation, variance and standard deviation of discrete random variables.

7) Discrete random variables: binomial and Poisson distributions. Continuous random variables: uniform and normal distributions.

8) Reduction to standard random variables and computations with the normal distribution. Normal approximation of the binomial distribution.

Inferential statistics.

9) General concepts: population, sample, parameters, statistics, estimators. Behaviour of the sample mean: law of large numbers and central limit theorem. Point estimates.

10) Confidence intervals: general concepts. Confidence interval for a proportion.

11) Confidence interval for the mean, with known/unknown variance. Student's t distribution.

12) Hypothesis testing. General concepts: null and alternative hypothesis, errors of the first/second kind, level of significance, power, p-value, test statistics, critical region.

13) Hypothesis tests on a proportion. Hypothesis tests on the mean (with known/unknown variance).

14) Inference for two samples. Inference on two proportions. Inference on two means, either for independent samples or for coupled samples.

Linear regression and non-parametric statistics.

15) Covariance and correlation coefficient. Linear regression (with one predictor and the intercept). Tests on the regressione coefficients and model validation.

16) Test of independence. Test of goodness-of-fit. Chi-square distribution.

Textbook: Textbook: Sheldon Ross, Probabilità e statistica per l'ingegneria e le scienze (terza edizione), Maggioli Editore (2015)

Prerequisites: elements of algebraic manipulation and basic use of a scientific calculator.

Exam: written exam consisting in exercise solving.

Recommended Prerequisites: to attend the course Matematica Generale scheduled in the same semester

Teaching methods: classroom lectures; attendance is highly suggested. Lectures are delivered in italian.

Further information and WEB pages: more detailed information on the course will be available on the Ariel webpage.

**modulo: Laboratorio di informatica**

**Course syllabus**

PART I - Introduction to Computer Science

G.1. Introduction to Computer Science

G.2. Data representation

G.3. Computer hardware

G.4. Software

G.5. Computer networks

PART II - Data analysis using spreadsheets

F.1. Spreadsheets

F.2. Mathematical functions in Excel

F.3. Statistical functions in Excel

F.4. Graphics in Excel

PART III - Data management and databases

B.1. Data management

B.2. Storing data in databases

B.3. Data models

B.4. Relational databases

B.5. Creation of databases using Access

B.6. Query in Access

B.7. Databases on the web

PART IV - Internet and the Web

I.1. Internet

I.2. Web architecture

I.3. Standard for the Web

I.4. Markup languages

I.5. Client-side applications

I.6. Search engines

PART V - Computer Science and Biology

1. Use of PubMed and UNIMI Library Network for bibliographic search

2. Biological databases

3. Notions of Bioinformatics: sequence alignment, protein folding, molecular docking, bio-inspired algorithms

Teaching resources

Teaching resources consist in lecture notes, slides and spreadsheets exercises, all available through the online software platform.

Previous knowledge and exam

Before taking the examination, students are required to compile the self-assessment questionnaires that are available through the online software platform. The examination consists in a multiple answer test.

G.1. Introduction to Computer Science

G.2. Data representation

G.3. Computer hardware

G.4. Software

G.5. Computer networks

PART II - Data analysis using spreadsheets

F.1. Spreadsheets

F.2. Mathematical functions in Excel

F.3. Statistical functions in Excel

F.4. Graphics in Excel

PART III - Data management and databases

B.1. Data management

B.2. Storing data in databases

B.3. Data models

B.4. Relational databases

B.5. Creation of databases using Access

B.6. Query in Access

B.7. Databases on the web

PART IV - Internet and the Web

I.1. Internet

I.2. Web architecture

I.3. Standard for the Web

I.4. Markup languages

I.5. Client-side applications

I.6. Search engines

PART V - Computer Science and Biology

1. Use of PubMed and UNIMI Library Network for bibliographic search

2. Biological databases

3. Notions of Bioinformatics: sequence alignment, protein folding, molecular docking, bio-inspired algorithms

Teaching resources

Teaching resources consist in lecture notes, slides and spreadsheets exercises, all available through the online software platform.

Previous knowledge and exam

Before taking the examination, students are required to compile the self-assessment questionnaires that are available through the online software platform. The examination consists in a multiple answer test.

modulo: Laboratorio di informatica

INF/01 - INFORMATICS - University credits: 3

Basic computer skills: 18 hours

Professor:
Casiraghi Elena

modulo: Laboratorio di Metodi Matematici e Statistici

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

SECS-S/02 - STATISTICS FOR EXPERIMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH - University credits: 0

SECS-S/02 - STATISTICS FOR EXPERIMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH - University credits: 0

Laboratories: 32 hours

Lessons: 8 hours

Lessons: 8 hours

Professor:
Villa Elena

modulo: Matematica generale

MAT/01 - MATHEMATICAL LOGIC - University credits: 0

MAT/02 - ALGEBRA - University credits: 0

MAT/03 - GEOMETRY - University credits: 0

MAT/04 - MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS - University credits: 0

MAT/05 - MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

MAT/07 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS - University credits: 0

MAT/08 - NUMERICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/09 - OPERATIONS RESEARCH - University credits: 0

MAT/02 - ALGEBRA - University credits: 0

MAT/03 - GEOMETRY - University credits: 0

MAT/04 - MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS - University credits: 0

MAT/05 - MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

MAT/07 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS - University credits: 0

MAT/08 - NUMERICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/09 - OPERATIONS RESEARCH - University credits: 0

Practicals: 48 hours

Lessons: 24 hours

Lessons: 24 hours

Professors:
Alzati Alberto, Paleari Simone

### M - Z

Responsible

**modulo: Matematica generale**

**Course syllabus**

Unit: Calculus:

Numbers: natural, rational and real numbers. The field R and its operations. The simbols of infinity. Inequalities in R.

Functions: 1:1, onto and bijective functions; composition and invertibility. Real functions of one real variable, graphics, monotonicity. Elementary functions (powers, logarithms, exponentials, ...).

Linear Algebra: vectors, matrices and their operations. Determinants, inversion, and ranks. Linear systems. Cramer's and Rouché's theorems.

Limits: definitions and basic properties; uniqueness; monotonicity. Limits for elementary functions. Uncertainties. Asymptotics and comparison results. Eulero's number "e" and some fundamental limits. Divergent and vanishing functions. Continuity and related proprties: Darboux and Weierstrass' results.

Differential calculus: first derivative, geometric and mechanical meaning, tangent line. Operations with derivatives: chain rule. Differentiation of elementary functions. Optimization and the classical theorems (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange), monotonicity. Convexity. Hopital's rule. Qualitative study for the graph of a real valued function. Antiderivatives and some methods to compute indefinite integrals.

Integral calculus: definite integrals and their main properties. The Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. Area of plane regions.

Formal prerequisites

None

Suggested textbook:

P. Marcellini, C. Sbordone, Calcolo - edizione aggiornata per i nuovi corsi di laurea, Liguori editore (2004).

Online course "Matematica Assistita", http://ariel.unimi.it/User/

Previous knowledge and exam

Knowledge of elementary algebra and plane trigonometry, use of logarithms in the real field.

We intend to check the achievements of the stated goals for the course through a written exam (mainly on exercises but not exclusively) and an oral exam (mainly on theory questions but not exclusively). Students are given the opportunity to replace the final exams with two tests on specific topics.

Teaching methods:

Traditional

Teaching language

Italian

Web page http://users.mat.unimi.it/users/paleari

Numbers: natural, rational and real numbers. The field R and its operations. The simbols of infinity. Inequalities in R.

Functions: 1:1, onto and bijective functions; composition and invertibility. Real functions of one real variable, graphics, monotonicity. Elementary functions (powers, logarithms, exponentials, ...).

Linear Algebra: vectors, matrices and their operations. Determinants, inversion, and ranks. Linear systems. Cramer's and Rouché's theorems.

Limits: definitions and basic properties; uniqueness; monotonicity. Limits for elementary functions. Uncertainties. Asymptotics and comparison results. Eulero's number "e" and some fundamental limits. Divergent and vanishing functions. Continuity and related proprties: Darboux and Weierstrass' results.

Differential calculus: first derivative, geometric and mechanical meaning, tangent line. Operations with derivatives: chain rule. Differentiation of elementary functions. Optimization and the classical theorems (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange), monotonicity. Convexity. Hopital's rule. Qualitative study for the graph of a real valued function. Antiderivatives and some methods to compute indefinite integrals.

Integral calculus: definite integrals and their main properties. The Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. Area of plane regions.

Formal prerequisites

None

Suggested textbook:

P. Marcellini, C. Sbordone, Calcolo - edizione aggiornata per i nuovi corsi di laurea, Liguori editore (2004).

Online course "Matematica Assistita", http://ariel.unimi.it/User/

Previous knowledge and exam

Knowledge of elementary algebra and plane trigonometry, use of logarithms in the real field.

We intend to check the achievements of the stated goals for the course through a written exam (mainly on exercises but not exclusively) and an oral exam (mainly on theory questions but not exclusively). Students are given the opportunity to replace the final exams with two tests on specific topics.

Teaching methods:

Traditional

Teaching language

Italian

Web page http://users.mat.unimi.it/users/paleari

**modulo: Laboratorio di Metodi Matematici e Statistici**

**Course syllabus**

Descriptive Statistics:

1) Sampling from a population. Types of data and variables.

2) Classes of data and frequency tables. Histograms/bar graphs.

3) Statistical indices: centrality indices (mean, modal value, median, midrange), variability indices (range, standard deviation, variance), percentiles, quartiles. Outliers. Boxplot.

Probability and random variables:

4) Sample space, events, probability of events.

5) Probability of the union and the intersection of events. Complement of an event. Independent events. Conditional probability. The Bayes Theorem. Factorials and binomial coefficients.

6) Random Variables. Expectation, variance and standard deviation of discrete random variables.

7) Discrete random variables: binomial and Poisson distributions. Continuous random variables: uniform and normal distributions.

8) Reduction to standard random variables and computations with the normal distribution. Normal approximation of the binomial distribution.

Inferential statistics:

9) General concepts: population, sample, parameters, statistics, estimators. Behaviour of the sample mean: law of large numbers and central limit theorem. Point estimates.

10) Confidence intervals: general concepts. Confidence interval for a proportion.

11) Confidence interval for the mean, with known/unknown variance. Student's t distribution.

12) Hypothesis testing. General concepts: null and alternative hypothesis, errors of the first/second kind, level of significance, power, p-value, test statistics, critical region.

13) Hypothesis tests on a proportion. Hypothesis tests on the mean (with known/unknown variance).

14) Inference for two samples. Inference on two proportions. Inference on two means, either for independent samples or for coupled samples.

Linear regression and non-parametric statistics:

15) Covariance and correlation coefficient. Linear regression (with one predictor and the intercept). Tests on the regressione coefficients and model validation.

16) Test of independence. Test of goodness-of-fit. Chi-square distribution.

Reference Material: Textbook: Sheldon Ross, Probabilità e statistica per l'ingegneria e le scienze (terza edizione), Maggioli Editore (2015).

Prerequisites: elements of algebraic manipulation and basic use of a scientific calculator.

Examination procedures: Written exam consisting in exercise solving.

Teaching Methods: classroom lectures; attendance is highly suggested

Language of instruction: Italian

Recommended Prerequisites: to attend the course Matematica Generale scheduled in the same semester

Program information: more detailed information on the course will be available on the Ariel webpage

1) Sampling from a population. Types of data and variables.

2) Classes of data and frequency tables. Histograms/bar graphs.

3) Statistical indices: centrality indices (mean, modal value, median, midrange), variability indices (range, standard deviation, variance), percentiles, quartiles. Outliers. Boxplot.

Probability and random variables:

4) Sample space, events, probability of events.

5) Probability of the union and the intersection of events. Complement of an event. Independent events. Conditional probability. The Bayes Theorem. Factorials and binomial coefficients.

6) Random Variables. Expectation, variance and standard deviation of discrete random variables.

7) Discrete random variables: binomial and Poisson distributions. Continuous random variables: uniform and normal distributions.

8) Reduction to standard random variables and computations with the normal distribution. Normal approximation of the binomial distribution.

Inferential statistics:

9) General concepts: population, sample, parameters, statistics, estimators. Behaviour of the sample mean: law of large numbers and central limit theorem. Point estimates.

10) Confidence intervals: general concepts. Confidence interval for a proportion.

11) Confidence interval for the mean, with known/unknown variance. Student's t distribution.

12) Hypothesis testing. General concepts: null and alternative hypothesis, errors of the first/second kind, level of significance, power, p-value, test statistics, critical region.

13) Hypothesis tests on a proportion. Hypothesis tests on the mean (with known/unknown variance).

14) Inference for two samples. Inference on two proportions. Inference on two means, either for independent samples or for coupled samples.

Linear regression and non-parametric statistics:

15) Covariance and correlation coefficient. Linear regression (with one predictor and the intercept). Tests on the regressione coefficients and model validation.

16) Test of independence. Test of goodness-of-fit. Chi-square distribution.

Reference Material: Textbook: Sheldon Ross, Probabilità e statistica per l'ingegneria e le scienze (terza edizione), Maggioli Editore (2015).

Prerequisites: elements of algebraic manipulation and basic use of a scientific calculator.

Examination procedures: Written exam consisting in exercise solving.

Teaching Methods: classroom lectures; attendance is highly suggested

Language of instruction: Italian

Recommended Prerequisites: to attend the course Matematica Generale scheduled in the same semester

Program information: more detailed information on the course will be available on the Ariel webpage

**modulo: Laboratorio di informatica**

**Course syllabus**

PART I - Introduction to Computer Science

G.1. Introduction to Computer Science

G.2. Data representation

G.3. Computer hardware

G.4. Software

G.5. Computer networks

PART II - Data analysis using spreadsheets

F.1. Spreadsheets

F.2. Mathematical functions in Excel

F.3. Statistical functions in Excel

F.4. Graphics in Excel

PART III - Data management and databases

B.1. Data management

B.2. Storing data in databases

B.3. Data models

B.4. Relational databases

B.5. Creation of databases using Access

B.6. Query in Access

B.7. Databases on the web

PART IV - Internet and the Web

I.1. Internet

I.2. Web architecture

I.3. Standard for the Web

I.4. Markup languages

I.5. Client-side applications

I.6. Search engines

PART V - Computer Science and Biology

1. Use of PubMed and UNIMI Library Network for bibliographic search

2. Biological databases

3. Notions of Bioinformatics: sequence alignment, protein folding, molecular docking, bio-inspired algorithms

Teaching resources

Teaching resources consist in lecture notes, slides and spreadsheets exercises, all available through the online software platform.

Previous knowledge and exam

Before taking the examination, students are required to compile the self-assessment questionnaires that are available through the online software platform. The examination consists in a multiple answer test.

G.1. Introduction to Computer Science

G.2. Data representation

G.3. Computer hardware

G.4. Software

G.5. Computer networks

PART II - Data analysis using spreadsheets

F.1. Spreadsheets

F.2. Mathematical functions in Excel

F.3. Statistical functions in Excel

F.4. Graphics in Excel

PART III - Data management and databases

B.1. Data management

B.2. Storing data in databases

B.3. Data models

B.4. Relational databases

B.5. Creation of databases using Access

B.6. Query in Access

B.7. Databases on the web

PART IV - Internet and the Web

I.1. Internet

I.2. Web architecture

I.3. Standard for the Web

I.4. Markup languages

I.5. Client-side applications

I.6. Search engines

PART V - Computer Science and Biology

1. Use of PubMed and UNIMI Library Network for bibliographic search

2. Biological databases

3. Notions of Bioinformatics: sequence alignment, protein folding, molecular docking, bio-inspired algorithms

Teaching resources

Teaching resources consist in lecture notes, slides and spreadsheets exercises, all available through the online software platform.

Previous knowledge and exam

Before taking the examination, students are required to compile the self-assessment questionnaires that are available through the online software platform. The examination consists in a multiple answer test.

modulo: Laboratorio di informatica

INF/01 - INFORMATICS - University credits: 3

Basic computer skills: 18 hours

Professor:
Casiraghi Elena

modulo: Laboratorio di Metodi Matematici e Statistici

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

SECS-S/02 - STATISTICS FOR EXPERIMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH - University credits: 0

SECS-S/02 - STATISTICS FOR EXPERIMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH - University credits: 0

Laboratories: 32 hours

Lessons: 8 hours

Lessons: 8 hours

Professor:
Ugolini Stefania

modulo: Matematica generale

MAT/01 - MATHEMATICAL LOGIC - University credits: 0

MAT/02 - ALGEBRA - University credits: 0

MAT/03 - GEOMETRY - University credits: 0

MAT/04 - MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS - University credits: 0

MAT/05 - MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

MAT/07 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS - University credits: 0

MAT/08 - NUMERICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/09 - OPERATIONS RESEARCH - University credits: 0

MAT/02 - ALGEBRA - University credits: 0

MAT/03 - GEOMETRY - University credits: 0

MAT/04 - MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS - University credits: 0

MAT/05 - MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/06 - PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS - University credits: 0

MAT/07 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS - University credits: 0

MAT/08 - NUMERICAL ANALYSIS - University credits: 0

MAT/09 - OPERATIONS RESEARCH - University credits: 0

Practicals: 48 hours

Lessons: 24 hours

Lessons: 24 hours

Professors:
Cavaterra Cecilia, Scacchi Simone

Professor(s)

Reception:

Monday 14.00-16.00

Office n° 2103, II floor, c/o Dip. Mat., via Saldini 50

Reception:

Write to elena.casiraghi@unimi.it for an appointment

https://zoom.us/j/8134547215

Reception:

Contact me via email

Office 1039, 1st floor, Dipartimento di Matematica, Via Saldini, 50

Reception:

Please write an email

Room of the teacher or online room