CIM is a multidisciplinary research centre involving philosophy, history of science, biology, mathematics, and IT. Our main issue is to promote research on morphology.
Morphology originates as a method of coordination of knowledge, with particular attention to the connection between nature, arts and human sciences. The current role of a morphological praxis is to link up specialized disciplines and fragmented areas of knowledge by creating a common ground of practice and dialogue. The morphological research promotes an inter- and transdisciplinary, non-reductionist approach to the most topical and complex questions, such as the use of images in different disciplinary frames, the digitalization of cultural spaces, the creation and functioning of networks and the approaches to complexity, the theorical status of living reality, the relation between art, technics and nature in its ethical, legal, political and philosophical issues.