The Todos Sumamos (We All Add Up) Open House event was held at Yachay Tech University and was organized by the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences. Franklin Camacho, PhD., […]
Person-to-person transmission plays a key role in the spread of COVID-19 and its variants, as it spreads through small droplets that are expelled when a pre-symptomatic patient sneezes, coughs or […]
Cardiac pathologies are detected by one-dimensional electrocardiogram signals or two-dimensional images. When working with electrocardiogram signals, they can be represented in the time and frequency domains (one-dimensional signals). However, this […]
The study of real-life dynamical problems is associated with complex mathematical models, which are described by means of stochastic dynamical systems. In these models it is essential to estimate states […]
The Dean of the School and the Rector attended Dalia Cabada’s thesis defense, where she obtained her degree in Mathematics. Dalia Cabada became the first and only Mathematics graduate at […]
Diego Peluffo, Ph.D., from the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, has been keynote speaker at several conferences in the field of computational sciences
Innomaps is an initiative that seeks to bring together entrepreneurs or small and medium producers or businesses, with their potential nearby clients by offering their products or services through an […]
The research project that will allow the development of this tool is the winner of a CEDIA grant and will be carried out in cooperation with ESPOL and Ikiam.
We spoke with Alex Imba, a Mathematics major from Tabacundo who studies a system of partial differential equations that models the interaction of cold air at high latitudes, with hot […]
We spoke with Ángel Rojas, a Mathematics major from Machala who works on a deterministic model for the training of artificial neural networks.
We spoke with Emil Vega, an Information Technology major from El Guabo working on a computational system to facilitate the diagnosis of epilepsy.
Several students of the institution will travel this summer to different countries in the world to continue their undergraduate training in science and engineering.