The Danish Center for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, DCAMM, is an informal framework for internationally oriented scientific collaboration between staff members at a number of departments at the Technical University of Denmark, Aarhus University, Aalborg University and University of Southern Denmark.

The departments cooperating within DCAMM are:

from Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby:

            Dept. of Civil and Mechanical Engineering
            Dept. of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
            Dept. of Wind and Energy Systems

from Aalborg University, Aalborg:

            BUILD - Department of the Built Environment
            Department of Mathematical Sciences
            Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

from Aarhus University, Aarhus:

            Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
            Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering

from University of Southern Denmark, Odense:

            Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering       

DCAMM is an informal construction that was founded October 27, 1969. The day to day activities are coordinated by the chairman of the Center (pt. associate professor Niels Leergaard Pedersen, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solid Mechanics), while the formal governing body of DCAMM is the Scientific Council.



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13 JULY 2024