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Líneas I+D+i

  • Algebra.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Dynamical Systems.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Fuzzy Mathematics.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Geometry.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Mathematical Analysis.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Mathematical Modelling.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Numerical Methods.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Operational Research.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Photonics.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Synthetic Biology.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Topology.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .
  • Wave Propagation in Periodic Media and Acoustics.
    Algebra is an important branch of mathematics concerning with abstract structures that emerge as a generalization of ordinary arithmetic operations and their invariants. Although abstract algebra has being traditionally considered an area of pure mathematics, it presents various applications in other branches of science and technology such as physics, chemistry, computer science or more specifically cryptography and code data transmission. IUMPA has a group of researchers working on Algebra who are dealing mainly with group theory and its applicactions, supported by a competitive project from the Spanish Ministry (MICINN), coordinated with other groups of the Universitat de València and the Universidad de Zaragoza. Some of these researchers also collaborate and are involved with other external research projects. Essentially, the main interest of the algebra team focuses on the internal structure of finite or infinite groups (with finite conditions) such as their actions, their representations, the lattices of their subgroups and arithmetical properties. The interest from the applied side is the interaction of groups and semigroups with current problems in the context of automata and formal languages. .