Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis

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Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis (Romanian Academy)
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Founder(s) Tiberiu Popoviciu
Focus Numerical Analysis
Owner Romanian Academy
AddressStr. Fântânele nr. 57, ap. 67-68, 400320
Website http://www.ictp.acad.ro/,

In Romanian: Institutul de Calcul “Tiberiu Popoviciu” (ICTP)

ICTP is a mathematics research institute of the Romanian Academy, based in Cluj-Napoca (Romania) and founded in 1951.

ICTP is coordinated by the Mathematical Section and belongs to the Cluj-Napoca Branch of the Romanian Academy.

The Institute performs fundamental research mainly in the field of Numerical Analysis.

ICTP was founded in 1951, as the “Mathematical Section” of the Cluj-Napoca Branch, having the residence at 37 Republicii st.

For more details see the institute history.

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