 ADAMSS promotes the use of mathematical modelling, simulation, optimisation, statistical methods and scientific computing in industry, finance, environment, biomedicine, services,etc, by offering professional expertise to public and private stakeholders.
 ADAMSS also promotes and encourages training programs, summer schools and workshops, in cooperation with public and private partners.
 ADAMSS promotes the exchange of information within its international networks.
Services
 Basic research
 Applied research
 Technical and scientific advice
 Prototype software development
Units
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Ongoing Projects
 2015  ongoing Statistical shape analysis applied to the authomatic detection of defects on human retina, from images of oculus fundi, for the prediagnosis and screening of diabethic retinopathy
 2015  ongoing COST Action TD1409 MINET Mathematics for Industry Network. http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/tdp/TD1409
 2012ongoing Statistical analysis of the spread of influenza epidemics
 2012ongoing Utilization of Regional Health
Source Databases for Evaluating Epidemiology, short and mediumterm outcome
and process indicators in patients hospitalized for heart failure
 2007 ongoing Mathematical models of cellular polarization and vasculogenesis
 2006ongoing Stochastic Geometry and Geometrical Statistics applied to the modelling and comparison of fibre patterns due to angiogenesis and vasculogenesis
Past Projects  2014 Analysis, evaluation and implementation of mathematical models for risk assessment in automobile insurances.
 201315 Mathematical morphology applied to the study of dual phase steel
 20122014 Cerebellum
inspired approach for pattern classification in robots
 2013 Game Prototyping
 2012 Definition of new acquisition geometries and software for data processing and 3D tomography from projections. Funded by CEFLA sc. 2012.
 2012 Randomness analysis of a Quantum optic RNG
 2012 Unpredictable system of game winning
 2012 Risk analysis of the game "Eurojackpot"
 20112014 Rewire. Project funded by the EC under the FP7 framework, contract N. 287713, Objective ICT2011.5.1: Personal Health Systems (PHS). http://www.rewireproject.eu. Role: Project coordinator, and Principal investigator for UMIL.
 20112015 Cost Action TD1006 on Rehabilitation Robotics. http://www.rehabilitationrobotics.eu/
 2011 Risk analysis of lottery games
 20102012 Optimization methods and Software for Inverse Problems. Programmi di ricerca scientifica di rilevante interesse nazionale (PRIN2008).
 20102012 Image analysis and predictive models in radiotherapy
 20102011 FitRehab. Project funded by the EC under the InterRegIVC program (Innovation4Welfare), contract N. 0120R1/ID N.17
 2010 Defects identification in tyre production through laser scanning. Pilot study financed by ALTALab s.c.
 20092011 Exploitation, integration and
study of current and future health databases in Lombardia for Acute Myocardial
Infarction.
 20092011 PROMETEO (PROgetto Milano Ecg
Teletrasmessi ExtraOspedaliero), commissioned by 118 (National free toll number
for emergencies) of Milan.
 2009 RESEARCH PROJECT (RESEARCHLaw 297/99) MIUR advanced statistical methods for analysis of tolerance in the design of integrated circuits
 2009 Risk analysis of the game "Win for Life"
 2009 Fast 3D edgepreserving denoising in endooral radiography. Financed by CEFLA Group s.c.
 20082009 3D Local Tomography. Development of an adaptive system for 3D local tomography. Financed by ALTALab. Several patents have been filed on this, some of which exploited.
 20082009 Accelerated local tomography. Acceleration of algebric tomographic reconstruction, through graphics cards. Financed by CEFLA Group s.c.
 20082010 DECEMBRIA  DECisioni in EMergenza sanitaria, commissioned by 118 (National free toll number for emergencies) of Milan.
 20062008 Inverse problems in Medicine and Astronomy. “Programmi di ricerca scientifica di rilevante interesse nazionale” (PRIN2006)
 2007 Applications of artificial neuroscience in intelligent systems and signal analysis
 2007 Validation Protocol for simulating stochastic events related to electronic games and similar.
 2004 Mathematical models for the migration of hydrocarbons
 2004 Motion of fluids in porous media
 2004 Mathematical models of corrosion of materials
 2004 Security Systems (Encryption)
 2004 Quality Control (Morphometrics)
 2004 Design of Experiments
 2004 TITLE: SIZE AND SHAPE IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY partners:  University of Heidelberg, Germany  University of Madrid, Spain  University of Nottingham, UK  University of Linz, Austria  University of Aarhus, Denmark.
 Direct problems studied:
 the spatialtemporal pattern formation, with particular attention to the structures formed in biology:
 pattern formation during tumor growth and angiogenesis
 study of the morphology control of reactions
 Chemical catarrerizzazione of relevant traits for individual HRC (cultures of tubers) and clusters of HRC.
 Inverse problems:
 statistical shape analysis to measure the random objects' variability.
 http://www.win.tue.nl/macsinet/WG/WG12.html
 2003 polymerization
 2003 Title: Mathematical models for the polymer industry
 Description: polymerization, crystallization, extrusion, etc ...
 The objectives of the GIS were:
 To stimulate research on mathematical problems related to the synthesis, processing, crystallization of polymers
 Encourage joint research projects between scientists and researchers in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering
 Promote the use of mathematical models, numerical methods and scientific computing in the polymer industry.
 http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/polymer
 2003 MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND COMPUTER SIMULATION TO IMPROVE CANCER THERAPY
 OBJECTIVE:
 Collect, evaluate, and improve (when possible),
 connect differnt approaches to achieve deeper knowledge of the dynamics of tumor growth
 development of quantitative mathematical models that can be used by clinicians to combat cancer.
 BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Evolution tumor is a very complex process that takes place at different scales. From a modeling point of view there are three scales of interest in the subcellular, cellular and macroscopic one. Mathematical models require a variety of theoretical tools from many disciplines (continuous mechanics, kinetic theory, stochastic processes, system theory, compartmental models, multiphase flow,..).

