New master programmes in techno- and economathematics at University of Wuppertal

Starting this winter term 2019/2020, the University of Wuppertal (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), Germany has launched two new programmes in techno- and economathematics. The four-semester master’s programme in technomathematics has its focus on numerics, optimization, stochastics, functional analysis and parallel algorithms/high-performance computing.  In the supplementary field (minor subject) a subject from electrical, mechanical, control  or communications […]

Kick-off Workshop of European Joint Doctorate Network STIMULATE

The official launching ceremony of the European Joint Doctorate Project «Simulation in Multiscale Physical and Biological Systems (STIMULATE)» was held on  January 14, 2019 at the premises of The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia  which is the coordinator of the project. STIMULATE aims to promote international, intersectoral and multi-/interdisciplinary collaboration in doctoral training in Europe. It brings […]

International Conference on Computational Finance 2019

As a key activity of the Special Interest Group on Computational Finance and Energy Markets the 3rd ICCF – International Conference on Computational Finance 2019 will take place in A Coruña, Spain, July 8-12, 2019, see . It is the third of a biennial series of conferences in Computational Finance launched by the consortium […]

Workshop on New Challenges in Energy Markets

The upcoming Workshop on New Challenges in Energy Markets will take place at the Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery in Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 22-27, 2019 and will focus on: data analytics, modelling and numerics, see: The workshop was initiated after a Lorentz Workshop between academia and industry in […]

German-Hungarian Project on Innovative Time Integrators

As a joint initative of researchers from functional analysis and numerical mathematics a bilateral German-Hungarian Project CSITI – Coupled Systems and Innovative Time Integrators was granted in December 2018. It  will run for two years (01/2019 – 12/2020) and is jointly coordinated by Bálint Farkas (University of Wuppertal) and Petra Csomós (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest). […]

German-Portuguese Project in Computational Finance

As part of the activities of the ECMI Special Interest Group on computational finance and energy markets a bilateral German-Portuguese Project FRACTAL – FRActional models and CompuTationAL Finance was granted in January 2019. It  will run for two years (01/2019 – 12/2020) and is jointly coordinated by Matthias Ehrhardt (University of Wuppertal) and Maria do […]

PhD Position at TU Delft: Mathematical Data Analysis For Agriculture

This PhD position is a part of the project “Flight to Vitality”, which is jointly financed by the European Union (Rural Development Programme) and Dutch industry (HZPC and Averis Seeds). The project aims at developing a method for testing and characterizing the vitality (vigor) of potato seeds, so that different potato varieties can be optimally […]

ROMSOC Course on PDAEs in Wuppertal

ROMSOC is a European Industrial Doctorate (EID) project that will run until 2021 bringing together 15 international academic institutions and 11 industry partners. It supports the recruitment of eleven Early Stage Researchers working on individual research projects. The main objective of the ROMSOC project is to lift mathematical Modelling-Simulation-Optimization  and Model Order Reduction to a […]

Postdoctoral position in Barcelona

The Industrial Mathematics Research Group (IMRG) at the Centre de Recerca Matematica is seeking postdoctoral researchers to apply for a Beatriu de Pinos grant. The grants are available for 2-3 years. Candidates must have obtained their PhD  between 1st January 2011 and 31st December 2016, see Beatriu de Pinos call The topic is yet to be decided, […]

Urban wind simulation in VirtualCity@Chalmers

  Analysis of wind flow is an important factor in assessing the conditions for pedestrian comfort in a city. The geometries of buildings, in particular tall buildings, and their relative positions have a tremendous effect on the wind experienced by pedestrians on the ground level. Wind is a highly complex phenomenon and the analysis requires […]