Optimal maintenance of wind power plants

My name is Quanjiang Yu, and I am a PhD student in the optimization group at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg. My research project ‘’Optimal maintenance of wind power plants’’ is financed by the Swedish Wind Power Technology Centre (SWPTC) and the Swedish Research Council. My supervisor […]

Intersection-free load balancing for industrial robots

My name is Edvin Åblad, and I am an industrial PhD student at the Fraunhofer Chalmers Research Centre  (FCC) in the department of geometry and motion planning. I am also part of the optimization group at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg.  My research project is part of […]

Solving Differential Equations in Mixed Reality

Anders Logg, Carl Lundholm, Magne Nordaas Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg We develop an application for solving Poisson’s equation with the finite element method using Microsoft’s mixed reality glasses HoloLens.  The idea with the HoloLens application is to set up and solve a Poisson problem in a real […]

University Assistant

As the largest institution of research and education in Upper Austria, the Johannes Kepler University Linz has over 20,000 enrolled students and 3,000 employees. The JKU’s four faculties offer over 60 academic degree programs. We are looking to strengthen our team at the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences and an-nounce a job opening starting […]

Conference Grants

MI-NET is pleased to announce that funds are available to support PhD students and ECI researchers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, fYR Macedonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia or Turkey to attend international science and technology related conferences not specifically organised by the COST […]

Conformal mappings, numerical analysis and mathematical modeling

Antti Rasila Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis Aalto University Conformal mappings are a class of functions studied in the classical complex analysis, which are defined by the property that they preserve angles between smooth curves. The basic properties of the complex multiplication along with the chain rule give another important characterization of conformal mappings: […]

Finnish National Network on Mathematical Modelling

The Finnish National Network on Mathematical Modelling was founded by the following Finnish universities and their departments (in the alphabetical order). http://math.tut.fi/eu-maths-in/ Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), School of Engineering Science. Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Department of Mathematics University of Eastern Finland (UEF) Department of Applied Physics (Kuopio) University of Eastern Finland (UEF) Department […]

Funding Available

MI-NET is pleased to announce another funding call for applications to host study groups with industry, industrial workshops and modelling weeks. Deadline is 29th December 2017. Funding is also available for research visits and for any PhD students or early career investigators from an inclusiveness target country (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, […]

CSIAM-JSIAM-KSIAM-ECMI meeting held in Qingdao, China

On the afternoon of October 14, a multi-lateral meeting was held in Huanghai Hotel, Qingdao, China among four ICIAM members, CSIAM (China), JSIAM (Japan), KSIAM (Korea) and ECMI (European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry). The four societies introduced the development of industrial and applied mathematics in their respective countries/region, and discussed the measures to enhance […]

Phos “Fate”: Where have all the nutrients gone?

Phosphate is a limited resource vital for global agriculture. Dr Iain Moyles and Dr John Donohue from MACSI in the University of Limerick discuss their work funded by Science Foundation Ireland (13/IA/1923) on mathematical modelling of nutrient flow in soil. During the podcast Iain and John describe the phosphate crisis which acknowledges that phosphorus is a […]