CAMMP stands for Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program. It is an extracurricular offer of the Karlsuhe Institute of Technology (KIT) for students of different ages. We want to make the public aware of the social importance of mathematics and simulation sciences. For this purpose, students actively engage in problem solving with the help of mathematical modeling and computer use in various event formats together with teachers. In doing so, they explore real problems from everyday life, industry or research.
CAMMP is a project that was developed and tested for several years at the RWTH Aachen (Schülerlabor CAMMP). Since January 2018, it was also introduced at KIT and funded by the Simulierte Welten project.