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Experience mathematics in everyday life, business and research

CAMMP (Computational And Mathematical Modeling Program) enables students to get actively involved in solving real, current problems with the help of mathematical modeling and the use of computers.

CAMMP day – mathematical modeling workshop

  • How do Netflix & Co always manage to recommend exciting movies to us individually?
  • How do word suggestions on smartphones come about?
  • How secure is our data in social networks?
  • How can a solar power plant be built as energy-efficiently as possible?
  • How do fitness apps work?
  • … and what does all this have to do with math?

Students get to the bottom of these and many other real-life questions during a CAMMP day. It becomes clear that (school) mathematics is actually of central importance to our society. In the action-oriented workshops, students experience an authentic application of mathematics and gain an insight into current research fields and problem-solving strategies in numerous STEM professions and degree programs.

What? Interactive Workshops on mathematical modeling 
Who? School classes from grade 8
How long? 2–4 double lessons
Where? At the University of Salzburg
When? Dates are arranged individually
Costs? None. The CAMMP days are free of charge.
Topic? There are numerous topics available. You can find an overview  here. We will be happy to advise you on your choice of topic. 

Contact person: Sarah Schönbrodt



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CAMMP was founded in 2011 by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ismail, Dr. Nicole Faber and Prof. Dr. Martin Frank at RWTH Aachen University. In 2017, another location was added at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Since 2024, CAMMP has also been available at the Department of Mathematics at Paris Lodron University Salzburg.

The CAMMP days are organized in Salzburg in cooperation with the MINT:labs Science City Itzling. Further offers of the MINT:labs can be found  here.