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The University of Palermo (UNIPA) is a consolidated cultural, scientific and teaching presence in central-western Sicily. Its 5 Schools and 20 Departments cover the most important domains of contemporary scientific and technological knowledge.

About 122 courses (first and second cycle) are yearly offered as well as 44 master and specialization and 23 PhD courses, targeted to the training of specific professional figures, often in cooperation with external institutions and companies - a galaxy which attracted 11,085 first-year students in 2013/2014 academic year. The University General Hospital is a local health corporation that works in synergy with the Faculty of Medicine. It provides beds, day-hospital beds, and a first-aid service.

UNIPA is also present in Agrigento, Caltanissetta e Trapani.

Palermo University has 20 Departments, where researchers study every day to find new solution to the questions posed by nature, science and society. From Information Technology to Biology, from Mathematics to Medicine, to Social Sciences and Preservation of Cultural Heritage, the University works to make its contribution of innovation and progress to the international scientific community and the world of production.

The DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (DMI) at the University of Palermo was founded in 1983, when the institute of mathematics, present since 1934, became department. Currently, 53 lecturers, 7 Post Doc and 10 PhD students work at the department. The Department manages the mathematics and computer science degree courses of  first and second and for are active more than 10 Erasmus agreements with six European countries.

The DMI is the coordinator of several national and international research projects in computer science area. In the last years the department was involved in four European thematic networks,  ECET (European Computing Education and Training),  DEC (Doctoral Education in Computing ) ,TRICE (Teaching, Research and Innovation in Computing Education) and FETCH (Future Education and Training in C: How to support learning at any time anywhere).