ECMI Students Competition 2022: winner announcement

We are happy to announce that the ECMI 2022 Student Competition, sponsored by ECMI and by fleXstructures GmbH, has been won by the team MTI Mittelrhein, composed by Andreas Müller, University of Koblenz (Germany) for the report entitled Forward dynamic analysis of a muscle fatigue model using a multi body simulation model […]

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Statement from the ECMI board members on the Ukraine invasion

We, as members of the board of the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry, join the International Mathematical Union, the European Mathematical Society, and the German Faculties of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in their deep concern about the ongoing millitary attack on the free nation Ukraine. This attack has been […]

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Big Data challenges for Mathematics: state of the art and future perspectives – online workshop

February 25, 2022 Aims of the workshop: Nowadays the data deluge is the hallmark of a new kind of ‘Law of Large Numbers’ that builds intelligence from large, heterogeneous, noisy and, in general, complex data sets collected from mobile devices, the Internet of Things, software logs, automated medical devices, social […]

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The ECMI Students Competition 2022 is open

The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) and fleXstructures GmbH invite teams of students of Bachelor, Master or PhD levels in an ECMI member institution to the ECMI 2022 Student Competition. Each team should present their solution to a mathematical problem of social or economic importance. Who can apply? Teamwork is allowed with 1 up to […]

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interview to the winners of the ECMI STUDENTS COMPETITION 2021

The ECMI Students Competition 2021 was won by the two groups Mathdisk and Inetfomm. The selection committee run the following interview to the winners. TEAM  NAMES and COMPONENTS Mathdisk Greta Malaspina, University of Novi Sad Stevo Racković, IST Lisbon Filipa Marreiros Malveiro Valdeira, University of Milan Inetfomm Blas Kolic and […]

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GENEO and Explainable Machine Learning applied to protein pocket detection

This post deals with some new geometrical techniques for explainable machine learning, called GENEOs [1], that we are applying in a research group working at University of Milan and University of Bologna, to problems of drug design and molecular docking. The research is developed in collaboration with Dompé, an Italian […]

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Journal of mathematics in industry: the special issue dedicated to mathematical modelling of COVID19 is published

During spring 2020 we started living in the middle of one of the most disruptive periods of our lives, due to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemics. Since then, scientists, and in particular mathematicians and statisticians, are investing an unprecedented effort to forecast the course of the pandemic and to […]

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ECMI 2021 Students Competition: winners announcement

During May 2021 the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry invited teams of students of Bachelor, Master or PhD levels in an ECMI member institution to the ECMI 2021 Student Competition. The teams were asked to produce a mathematical model fitting the data of the evolution of COVID-19 epidemics in United Kingdom and Israel […]

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Interview to the winners of the ECMI Students Competition 2020

The ECMI Students Competition 2020 has been won by two European teams of students, named “Aula Chisini”, composed by Davide FOCCHI, Luca FORLANI, Agnese RADAELLI – Università degli Studi di Milano, and “BILBOMAT”, composed by Carlos Javier PEÑA – Basque Center for Applied Mathematics. We realized an interview with the […]

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COVER – COVid-19 Empirical Research

Friday, October 30, 2020 at 10:00 hrs (CET). We are happy to announce the video conference COVER – COVid-19 Empirical Research organized by the Center of Excellence in Economics and Data Science of the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods and by the Data Science Research Center, Università degli Studi di Milano, […]

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