DIMACS - Program Overview

DIMACS , the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, is a consortium of researchers from Rutgers University, Princeton University, AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bellcore operating as an NSF Science and Technology Center. DIMACS mission is to promote research, enhance education, and transfer knowledge to technology and industry sectors in the areas of discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science. The models, methods, data representations, and algorithms that comprise discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science increasingly drive progress in science, business and industry which DIMACS is uniquely positioned to stimulate.

DIMACS leverages the resources of its four institutions to act as a national resource for research in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science and to spur timely initiatives in research, human resources, and outreach to support the HPCC goals.

Research Programs:

DIMACS conducts research through a number of coordinated and mutually reinforcing programs:

Education and Outreach:

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Blue Book Pages prepared by Stephen Mahaney, mahaney@dimacs.rutgers.edu