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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

La notte del 15 Novembre un grave improvviso lutto ha colpito il personale del Dipartimento, la scomparsa di un suo eminente rappresentante, il Professor Carlo Bruni.I funerali avranno luogo Sabato...
Aptar Italia Graduate Program Inspire me:Are you looking for adventures that will challenge and inspire you to reach your full potential? Are you ready to push yourself, both professionally and...
Hanno conquistato la medaglia di bronzo all’European Cybersecurity Challenge (ECSC), che si è svolto a Malaga (Spagna) il 1 Novembre scorso, i nostri studenti del Dipartimento di Ingegneria...
E'stato pubblicato il bando per le borse di collaborazione 2017-2018. E' possibile consultarlo su questa pagina.
DIGITA, la nuova “Digital Transformation & Industry Innovation Academy” di Deloitte Digital in partnership con l’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II nasce con l’obiettivo...

Events

We present randomized algorithms with a total update time of O~(m \sqrt{n}) for the problems of decremental single-source reachability and decremental strongly connected components on directed graphs...
The Advanced Real-Time Simulation Laboratory investigates different mechanisms to automate the generation of executable models, and their integration with real-time data. The research focuses in...
MORE@DIAGSpeaker:Philippe TointUniversité de NamurNamur, BelgiqueTime: Monday the 23rd of october, 11:30Place: Aula Magna, DIAG           Via Ariosto...
MORE@DIAGSpeaker:Sylvain SorinUniversité Pierre et Marie CurieParis, FranceTime: Monday the 23rd of october, 10:30Place: Aula Magna, DIAG           Via Ariosto...
The Newton-Euler equations that govern multi-body systems are notintegrable in general. However, they become so in the pendular mode, aspecific way of moving where conservation of the angular...