Building research capacity and interface to applications in Mathematics in the Eastern Africa region

A minisymposium of this subject matter was organized at ECMI2021. A longer article by the 6 speakers is being prepared, this is an introduction and extended abstract. There are good reasons for increasing collaboration between ECMI and Africa. Apart from a few locations industrial mathematics in Africa is rare and […]

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Sequential estimation of state-space model parameters

At LUT University, Finland, a recent MSc thesis studies FX trading and the 2015 Swiss Franc (CHF) de-pegging event with SMC^2 (Sequential Monte Carlo Squared) and stochastic differential equations. The event offered possibilities for triangular arbitrage with the triplet (EUR, USD, CHF). Analysis shows that biggest risk-free profits could have […]

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On the probability distribution of Diffie-Hellman secret keys for many users

Diffie-Hellmann key exchange is one of the most common methods for securely exchanging cryptographic keys over a public channel for the communication between two users. About twenty years ago this method was generalized for many users. The security of DH key exchange has been studied by several mathematicians and computer […]

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Development of tripole and multipole antennas

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology develop mathematics of tripole and multipole antennas Prussian Academy announced in 1879 an open competition  who first shows the existence or non-existence of EM waves predicted 15 years earlier by the mathematical theory of James Clerk Maxwell. The competition was won in 1882  by […]

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Algorithms for Relativistic Lattice Boltzmann

My name is Daniele Simeoni and I am currently a third year PhD student in the framework of European’s Union Horizon 2020 programme STIMULATE: a Joint Doctorate programme with awarding institutions the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Università degli studi di Ferrara and University of Cyprus.I did both my Bachelor and Master […]

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Maximum Entropy Snapshot Sampling

My name is Marcus Bannenberg and I’m a third year PhD student in the ROMSOC European Industrial Doctorate program which is part of the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). In this second blog I would like to put oneof the model order reduction techniques I use in the spotlight. The Maximum Entropy […]

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Enhanced WENO Shock-Capturing Schemes with Deep Learning

My name is Tatiana Kossaczká and I am a first year PhD student in the Applied Mathematics and Numerical Simulation (AMNA) group at the University of Wuppertal, Germany.I completed my bachelor degree at the Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia). Then I continued with my studies at University of Wuppertal with […]

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