Technologies and programming


interests and knowledge




DB on scientific environment

Raspberry & arduino

Introduction & some examples

GIT & repositories


web sites & wordpress

We discuss about new iimprovements

Computing overview

Latest Technology and developments

Un giorno la paura bussò alla porta, il coraggio si alzò e andò ad aprire e vide che non c’era nessuno.

- Film "Vincitori e Vinti " di Stanley Kramer (1961)

Program language


[…]Let me introduce myself. I’m a nerd, a geek. I’m probably somewhere on the autism spectrum. Im also a late bloomer. I graduated from college when I was 26. I was 45 when I got married. Im now 60 years old, with a 14 year old son. Maybe I just have a hard time with decisions: I’ve lived in the US for over 20 years and I am still a permanent resident.
I’m no Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. But at age 35 I created a programming language that got a bit of a following. What happened next was pretty amazing. But I’ll get to that. […]
Guido Van Rossun (Python creator)

General Introduction

[…] Despite a few notable uses of simulation of random processes in the pre-computer era, practical widespread use of simulation had to await the invention of computers. Almost as soon as computers were invented, they were used for simulation . The name “Monte Carlo” started as cuteness—gambling was then(around 1950) illegal in most places, and the casino at Monte Carlo was the most famous int he world—but it soon became a colorless technical term for simulation of random processes. […]

Introduction to Markov Chain Monte CarloCharles J. Geyer


Python Event

Starting from March 2019 we’re going to give a general overview on Python programming and some techniques involved in scientific programming: data science, machine learning, MonteCarlo application, Gan examples at Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica – Università Roma TRE.

Speakers Paola Celio & Pietro Corsi
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Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.

- Albert Einstein