31st ECMI Modelling Week

The 31st ECMI Mathematical Modeling Week will be organized by the Department of Computational Engineering and Physics of Lappeenranta Unversity of Technology (LUT), and will take place on 9-16 July, 2017 at LUT’s campus by Lake Saimaa in Lappeenranta, Finland. More infos can be found here.

ECMI 2018 announced

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During the closing ceremony of the succesful ECMI 2016 conference in Santiago de Compostela the next ECMI conference was announced by Péter L. Simon, secretary-general of the János Bolyai Hungarian Mathematical Society and Professor at Eötvös Loránd Unversity. It will be held at 18-22 June 2018 in Budapest, Hungary. See you all there! Péter L. Simon, […]

Featured this week: the ECMI 2016 conference

  The 19th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry ECMI conferences are promoted by the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry with the aim to enforce the interaction between academy and industry, leading to innovation in both fields. They are one of the main forums where significant advances in industrial mathematics are presented, bringing together […]

VF2++ – a subgraph isomophism algorithm for molecular pattern matching

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In a previous blog entry, we introduced COIN-OR::LEMON (http://lemon.cs.elte.hu), the open source C++ graph and network modelling library. As we mentioned there, this library targets both academic and industrial applications. In this post a use-case for the latter is shown.   Last year, QuantumBio Inc.1 approached us with a simple request: they were using LEMON […]

30th ECMI Modelling Week and 120th European Study Group with Industry, Sofia, Bulgaria

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The 30th ECMI Modelling Week will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria, July 17 – 24, 2016. It is organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridfski”. The full information about the event can be found on its website: http://ecmimw2016.fmi.uni-sofia.bg The ECMI Modelling Week will run back-to-back with the 120th European Study Group with Industry http://esgi2016.fmi.uni-sofia.bg/ Welcome […]

Uncertainty quantification in environmental simulations

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Uncertainty is a structural and inevitable characteristic of all hydrological processes arising from the essential complexity of the related natural systems. The quantification of uncertainty in the geologic properties of the subsurface is of major interest in subsurface flow applications, and necessary to account for the risk within planning and decision- making. Typically, uncertainty of […]

PhD student in the Marie-Sklodowska Curie project ‘MIMESIS’

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My name is Prerana Das, and I am from India. With bachelor’s in mechanical engineering, I pursued my master’s in computational engineering from Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany. And this year, I have joined as a PhD student in the Marie-Sklodowska Curie project ‘MIMESIS’, which is a European Industrial Doctoral program with eight PhD projects. Today, […]

Deadline extended: Hansjörg Wacker Memorial Prize

This prize was established in memory of ECMI founding member Hansjörg Wacker (1939-1991), who was Professor of Numerical Mathematics at the Johannes Kepler University, Linz. The prize is jointly funded by ECMI and by a consortium of institutions from Linz which comprise the Industrial Mathematics Institute and the Institute of Computational Mathematics of Johannes Kepler […]

Deadline extended: Anile-ECMI Prize for Mathematics in Industry

The Associazione Angelo Marcello Anile and ECMI are happy to announce the fourth Anile-ECMI Prize for Mathematics in Industry to be awarded at the ECMI 2016 conference in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, June 13 -17, 2016. The prize will be given to a young researcher for an excellent PhD thesis in industrial mathematics successfully submitted […]

Open consultation on “Mathematics in H2020”

The EU has just launched an open consultation on “Mathematics in H2020”. The objective is to collect a large quantity of concrete proposals that can subsequently be used to inform and elaborate calls (in the FET framework, for 2018-19-20) with explicit mathematical sciences content. Needless to say that this is an excellent opportunity to suggest […]