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 in designated teams on 4-6 problems of mathematical and industrial importance. Each team focuses on one problem throughout the week, working together with a company representative with brainstorming, modelling and solving the problems.The Study Group gives the opportunity of discussing interesting problems in applied mathematics and allows for new collaborations, networking, and recruitment.

Industry – Submit Problem

Does your company have a mathematical/computational problem that you want help with? Visit http://eu-maths-in.se/ssgmi2015/information-for-industry/ for more information, or contact us. Submission deadline: April 15.
Academia – Participate
For PhD students, Postdocs and Faculty from Swedish Universities working in mathematics. If you are interested in participating in the Study Group, please email your CV together with a brief list of research interests to karljo@kth.se by May 15, 2015. We will contact you with problems matching your interests. PhD students may participate in a PhD course in connection to the workshop.Visit http://eu-maths-in.se/ssgmi2015/information-for-academia/ for more information. Problems from companies will be presented here as they are finalized.
About the workshop

The workshop is organized in the Swedish network eu-maths-in.se. Local organizers and sponsors: Institut Mittag-Leffler, KTH, Matematik, KTH, Computer Science and Communication, CIAM – Center for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Please visit http://eu-maths-in.se/ssgmi2015/ for more information about the workshop. If you have any questions, please contact Johan Karlsson, johan.karlsson@math.kth.se.

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