Maths in HORIZON 2020

At the ECMI2016, some very important news became clear during the Minisymposium MS38, Maths in HORIZON 2020 and beyond, organized by Dietmar Hömberg and Wil Schilders (http://www.usc.es/congresos/ecmi2016/?page_id=2130). Dr. Anni Hellmann, Deputy Head of Unit, Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission, presented the results of the European Commission’s […]

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21th International Conference Mathematical Modelling and Analysis (MMA2016)

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT 21th International Conference Mathematical Modelling and Analysis (MMA2016)   June 1 – 4, 2016, Tartu, Estonia Conference organizers European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry Institute of Mathematics and Statistics of University of Tartu (Estonia) Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania) Estonian Mathematical Society The Conference focuses on various aspects […]

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Cheminformatics: solution delivers predictive models to chemistry and related sciences

Scientist at University of Tartu (UT) are hosting and developing a smart repository solution that allows easy access to quantitative and qualitative structure–activity relationships, (Q)SAR, models and improves publishing of research results. (Q)SAR are important tools for describing and assessing the properties of molecules in chemistry and related science fields […]

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DNA sequencing: University of Tartu scientists show that arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are globally distributed

In a recently published paper in Science, the University of Tartu’s plant ecology group, led by Prof. Martin Zobel, present the first global-scale empirical study of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungal biogeography. Project fieldwork lasted from 2007 to 2012 and resulted in collection of 1014 environmental samples from six continents. The […]

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Students demonstrated skills in forging holographic security features of future banknotes

Three Estonian guys came up with a way to forge the holographic security features on imaginary future money and were the youngest team to win first place at the international Open Research Challenge contest in the category of photonics technology. A test device was installed at the University of Tartu […]

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Synthetic Biology: researchers of the University of Tartu create a centre for developing designer cells with new functions

The financial support of 2.5 million euros received from the ERA Chair measure of the European Commission strengthens the starting position of the synthetic biology centre set up at the Institute of Technology of the University of Tartu. Synthetic biology is a new research field that has gained attention in […]

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Research: Increasing segregation in European cities due to income inequality

The widening gap between the rich and poor is leading to segregation in more and more European cities and it decreases the social stability and competitive power of the cities. These conclusions are based on the first rigorous comparative study on segregation in European cities which was published in the […]

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