Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop – 2017 Lviv, Ukraine, June 21-24

  In 2017, 70 years will elapse from the invention of the Monte Carlo method – one of the greatest numerical algorithms to solve the problems in various fields of physical and life sciences, engineering, finance, statistics, mathematics, etc. One of the key figures in this invention was Stan (Stanislaw) […]

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Mathematics-in-Industry NZ Study Groups How we do it in New Zealand

Mark McGuinness, Adjunct Professor, University of Limerick, Professor of Applied Math, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ   Mathematics in Industry Study Groups have been very successful in Australia and New Zealand every year since 1984, when the Ockendons from Oxford toured our countries and got them started. They have now given birth […]

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Applied mathematics in stent development

Dr Tuoi Vo Coronary artery disease is a global problem and devising effective treatments is the subject of intense research activity throughout the world. Over the past decade, stents have emerged as one of the most popular treatments. Acting as a supporting scaffold, these small mesh devices are now routinely […]

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A Canadian in Ireland: The Industrial (Mathematics) Revolution

Dr. Iain Moyles Canada is a country with approximately 35 million people, is the second largest country by land area, and, as of at least November 2016, is the world’s favourite North American country.  In contrast, Ireland is a country of approximately 6 million people, by area would fit into […]

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