Master’s degree in Mathematical Engineering

The Mathematical Engineering Master of Science MSc is a 2 years degree offered at the University of Porto, Mathematics Department of the Faculty of Sciences (FCUP).  The course syllabus leads to the development of analytical capacities to approach emerging trends and problems, as well as the ability to propose methodologies suitable to different environments.

Hale Aytaç: PhD in Mathematics at Porto University

My name is Hale Aytaç. I am from Turkey. I got my PhD in mathematics from the University of Porto (UP) in June, 2013. It was a joint PhD program between UP and the University of Coimbra and I completed a joint PhD with the University of Toulon (UTLN, France).

2018 ECMI Modelling Week

The 32nd ECMI Mathematical Modelling Week will be organized by the Department of Mathematics and Informatics , Faculty of Sciences , of Novi Sad Unversity , and will take place on July 15-22, 2018 at University of Novi Sad campus. ECMI has been running annual Modelling Weeks for students since 1988. For more informations:

Phd Positions at Politecnico di Milano

Competition is open for eleven PhD positions at Politecnico di Milano, Italy for the doctoral programme on Mathematical Models and Methods in Engineering. Some of the positions are financed by Industries. To apply go here. Deadline 21st May 2018.  

Four PhD students in mathematics for artificial intelligence

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg is recruiting four PhD students in mathematics for artificial intelligence. Deadline for applications: May 13, 2018. For more information follow this link.

Marcelo Trindade: Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at the University of Porto

My name is Marcelo da Silva Trindade and I now have a position in Brazil as Professor of Mathematics. I completed my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at the University of Porto in 2017.

Load Optimizer in Containers

Problem of packing tubes in a container, considering that they may be put inside other tubes in a recursive fashion

Frequent edge sets in human connectome graphs

By Mate Fellner One way to examine the connections between the distinct parts of the human brain is the braingraph, or the connectome. The nodes of the connectome are not neurons, but distinct areas of the gray matter, which can be found in any average and healthy human brain, so we can compare whether two […]

141st European Study Group with Industry, ESGI141, University College Dublin

The 141st European Study Group with Industry, ESGI141, University College Dublin 25th-29th June 2018 ESGI141 is a week-long workshop that provides a forum for industrial scientists to work alongside academics on a project submitted by the industrial participant. ESGI’s started with the first Study Group in Oxford in 1968 and now there are 5-7 meetings […]

PhD position in Applied Mathematics at RICAM in Linz, Austria

The Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Linz, Austria announces the opening of a PhD Position in the project “Weighted X-ray transform and applications” within the Inverse Problems and Mathematical Imaging group. Interested candidates are invited to send their application directly to Dr. Kamran Sadiq […]