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Mathematics for Industry Network – 2 years on

As the Mathematics for Industry Network (MI-NET) prepared to launch their 3rd year of events we considered it timely to reflect back on our achievements. Mathematics for Industry Network (MI-NET) was set up as a COST Action in May 2015. Our main objective is to facilitate more effective widespread application of mathematics to all industrial sectors, by encouraging interaction between mathematicians and industrialists, in particular through 1. industry-driven problem solving workshops 2. academia-driven training and secondments. MI-NET started as a small network of 15 countries and has now … [Read More...]

Featured ECMI node: Novi Sad

RealForAll: Real-time measurements and forecasting for successful prevention and management of seasonal allergies in Croatia-Serbia cross-border region (project ID: HR-RS151)

Exposure to aeroallergens is associated with allergic rhinitis and asthma that significantly reduce quality of life and have a notable economic impact on society in the Croatia-Serbia cross-border … [Read More...]

ECMI Modelling Week 2017 – A Student’s Perspective

Video song credit: 1. Haring: Us, 2. The Beach: Thieves 3. Thomston: Collarbones 4. Conor Wash: The Front For 5 days in Lappeenranta (Finland), I got into a routine that looked more or less like … [Read More...]

New MSc at the University of Oxford – ‘OMMS’

The new Oxford Master’s in Mathematical Sciences (or 'OMMS') will admit its first cohort of students in 2018-19. This master’s degree spans interdisciplinary applications of mathematics as well as … [Read More...]

ECMI posts

Modelling deep-sea oil spills

(by Rachel Philip.) In a deep-sea oil spill, a broken pipe near the seabed (containing a mixture of oil and water) can result in the release of a high-speed jet into the surrounding ocean. The jet’s shearing motion will typically cause the oil to break up into smaller droplets, which are then more easily dispersed […]

Slower than usual transport in porous media

In the last decade a number of researchers have found that in some materials (such as zeolite or building bricks) the moisture diffusion follows a slower than usual pace and thus its transport becomes subdiffusive. There is a wealth of literature on the experimental side of the subdiffusion, but its crucial nonlinear aspects are described […]

Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop. Challenges & Opportunities in Molecular Simulations

Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop (http://icmp.lviv.ua/ucsw2017/) was held at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv on 21-24 June 2017, 70 years from the invention of the Monte Carlo method – nowadays widely used to solve problems in various fields of physical and life sciences, engineering, finance, statistics, mathematics, etc. The conference was organized by Institute […]

Dynamics of the capillary rise: a peculiar occurrence of oscillations

My name is Mateusz Świtała and I am at my fifth year on Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland. My subject of study is Applied Mathematics and I am also giving tutorials in mathematical software programming. This work with younger students is very rewarding and inspiring for further […]

Partnering event in Norway between mathematicians in academia and industry

A special gathering for promoting exchange of views and network building between academics and industrial researchers was organised as part of the conference Math meets industry held in Trondheim, Norway, on September 22nd and 23rd 2016. The conference was an initiative of NTNU in collaboration with ECMI and Nor-Maths-In (the Norwegian network of mathematics in industry […]

NTNU: Chorafas-prize to Olav Møyner

Olav Møyner has been awarded the Chorafas-prize 2017 (for a complete list of the prize winners see Prizewinners2017). Olav Møyner defended his thesis at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in December 2016 . His supervisors were Helge Holden and Knut-Andreas Lie.  The title of the thesis was Next Generation Multiscale Methods […]

Mathematical modelling of the Germasogeia aquifer

by Dr Katerina Kaouri, Dr Raka Mondal, Dr Sourav Mondal and Graham Benham    Water is a scarce, precious commodity in Cyprus and in the wider Mediterranean region. While seeking suitable challenges for the 1st Study Group with Industry in Cyprus (125th European Study Group with Industry), Dr Katerina Kaouri approached the Cyprus Water Development Department (WDD), […]

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