The Galilee Research Center for Applied Mathematics

The Galilee Research Center for Applied Mathematics (GRCAM) was established by the Department of Mathematics at ORT Braude College in 2005. Its main aim is supporting the research activities of its faculty members through scientific collaborations, as well as the promotion of common projects with engineering departments and industry. The center has organized and hosted over 25 conferences and workshops since its establishment. We strongly believe that research of a high standard is crucial for maintaining excellence in teaching, in addition to its contribution to the reputation of ORT Braude College as an academic center.
The center maintains ongoing cooperation with universities in Israel and abroad, including among others, the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, University of California Berkeley, University of South Florida, Max Planck Institute Leipzig, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics, Technical University of Kaiserslautern, and the University of Innsbruck.The center has supported visits of mathematicians from various universities, generating a lively and fruitful exchange of ideas. These activities have led to publications in high ranked scientific journals.
The research fields we are engaged in include: complex analysis, dynamical system, geometry and its applications, partial differential equations and applications to natural sciences, optimization, Lie algebra, group theory and mathematical education. The center promotes the use of mathematical models in industry.

For more information, please contact:
Prof. Lavi Karp

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