Rome-Moscow School of Matrix Methods and Applied Linear Algebra

The main purpose of the Rome-Moscow School is to encourage ideas exchange and scientific collaborations between universities and institutions of Rome and Moscow, in the fields of matrix methods and applied linear algebra.

The joint School is made up of four weeks, 2 in Rome and 2 in Moscow, usually in the period of September-October. The School, addressed to young students, offers a whole month of learning and thinking over the subjects above mentioned, not limited to short courses of seminars. The School proposes advanced scientific topics and the opportunity to get in contact with people and institutions of excellence in the field.

The School is supported by the Faculty of Sciences MM.PP.NN. of Tor Vergata University and by the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, and the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov University,
within the framework of the agreement of scientific-didactic collaboration signed by the Rectors of Tor Vergata and Lomonosov Moscow State universities.

Attending the School, both for Master and PhD students, is equivalent to acquire credits of extra-curriculum activity.
The application deadline is the end of April-beginning of May.

For more details on the past editions of the school and on the current one please visit the website: