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Welcome to the website of DIAG, the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering  Antonio Ruberti at Sapienza University of Rome.

DIAG, former DIS, has been at the forefront of research in control theory, computing science and operations research since its foundation.

The Department has experienced significant growth over the years, and is now home to more then 70 faculty members, strong research groups, and offers undergraduate and graduate curricula at the international level.

Prof. Alberto Marchetti Spaccamela, Head of Department

News

Fino all’11 settembre p.v. è online il bando per l’assegnazione di 100 borse di studio in servizi a studenti con protezione internazionale, per l’accesso a corsi di laurea, laurea...
Sono aperte le iscrizioni all’edizione 2016 del "Premio Innovazione Leonardo: la sfida sulle tecnologie del futuro", promosso da Leonardo-Finmeccanica, da sempre impegnata in attività rivolte ai...
La squadra di robot calciatori del DIAG e' stata invitata a partecipare il prossimo  9 e 10 giugno  a  UNIRETE, l'iniziativa di Unindustria dedicata al networking e allo...

Events

From 14:00 to 14:25:TITLE: Equilibria for semi-infinite programmingSPEAKER: Giancarlo Bigi (Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Pisa)ABSTRACT: Bilevel optimization, noncooperative games and...
Affordable access to quality higher education has been a cornerstone of American life since the nation’s founding. American higher education is admired around the world as a model of excellence and...
Giuseppe Oriolo, vincitore della procedura valutativa di chiamata per un posto di professore di ruolo di I fascia per il SSD ING-INF/04, terra’ presso questo dipartimento un seminario su attivita’ di...
Trust-region methods are a broad class of methods for continuousoptimization that finds application in a variety of problemsand contexts. The basic principle consists of iteratively optimizinga model...
Multiagent systems are distributed systems in which multiple independent computational entities (agents) interact, but none of them has a global view of the system, nor knows exactly what the others...