Unique opportunity to solve industrial problems together with university scholars


We want to inform about the upcoming workshop at Institut Mittag-Leffler, Stockholm, August 17-21, 2015: Swedish Study Group Mathematics in Industry.  The Study Group Format This is a workshop for interaction between companies and mathematicians in academia based on the Oxford Study Group format. The meeting spans one week and will gather about 25-30 mathematicians from academia to work together […]

R&D Project in Energy Trading: Risk Optimization, Market Simulation


Some researchers and ex-students of the Department of Operations Research, Eötvös University Budapest participate in the R&D Project ”Research of quantitative models supporting procurement and sales portfolio management and development of an integrated analyzer, forecasting and optimizer tool system” (PIAC_13-1-2013-0012, Research and Technology Innovation Fund). The project is managed by IP Systems Ltd, which provides […]

Special Interest Group on Numerical Weather Prediction


Although all of us are interested in the daily or annual changes in the weather, their forecasting or even modelling is a challenging task which needs the use of various mathematical ideas. The weather we are experiencing is the combined effect of the atmospehere’s dynamics on several scales and other physical and chemical phenomena like […]

Open position: MACSI Research Manager


TITLE OF POST: MACSI Research Manager LOCATION: University of Limerick REPORTS TO: Project Leader CONTRACT TYPE: Specific Purpose SALARY: A salary commensurate with experience and expertise will be offered to the successful candidate SALARY SCALE : €35,407 – €52,087 p.a. or the salary scale €47,347 – €65,000 p.a.     JOB DESCRIPTION QUALIFICATIONS: Education or […]

LEMON – a high performance open source C++ graph and network library


Department of Operations Research, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest has been involved in various applied research projects, either as a member of a research consortium or  in a direct collaboration with different companies. Applied research is unimaginable without using advanced algorithmic methods. In fact, the expected outcome of a typical project is a software that should […]

Post Doctoral Position in Limerick, Ie


TITLE OF POST: Post Doctoral Researcher in Mathematical Modelling of Nutrient Cycling and Soil Biomass Interactions LOCATION: University of Limerick REPORTS TO: Project Leader CONTRACT TYPE: Specific Purpose SALARY SCALE: €37,750 – €46,255 p.a.   JOB DESCRIPTION QUALIFICATIONS: PhD (completed, or near completion) in mathematical modelling, applied mathematics, or natural sciences with significant mathematical or […]

ESGI 109

The 109th European Study Group with Industry, will take place from May 11th to May 15th, 2015, at the Department of Production and Systems of the School of Engineering,  University of Minho. These meetings were created with the objective of renovating and reinforcing the links between Mathematics and Industry. For registration and more information, see […]

The development of projects at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

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What are the key issues in an MSc in applied maths? Of course the applications and the maths! But the order (and even more the emphasis) matters. In Budapest we had a traditionally strong theoretical mathematics education and when the new direction of Applied Maths was launched in the 1990s,

Multi-scale modelling of Li-ion batteries

My name is Zénó Farkas, 22 year old student from Hungary. Currently I’m studying at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) of Budapest, Faculty of Sience as analytical mathematician of Bsc. This is my last semester and I’m writing my Bsc thesis about multi scale modelling of Li-ion batteries. This theme has been offered by my current […]

Jeroen J. Stolwijk: PhD at the TU Berlin

Jeroen J. Stowijk

My name is Jeroen J. Stolwijk, 25 years old and from the Netherlands. Since January 2014, I am a PhD Student at the TU Berlin in the research group of Volker Mehrmann, which consists of approximately twenty researchers. Here I would like to share my experiences at the TU Berlin with you. Our research group […]