Representation of ECMI in AIP2017

In the 9th Applied Inverse Problems Conference (AIP 2017), Hangzhou, China, two presentations were given by Adérito Araújo (vice president) and Leonidas Mindrinos (council member). Both of them were presented in the mini-symposium: ”Inverse problems in quantitative optical and electrical tomography” organized by L. Mindrinos (Computational Science Center, University of Vienna) and K. Knudsen (Technical […]

ESGI128 – Registration Closes May 26th

Problem statements for the 128th European Study Group with industry are now available  ESGI128 is organised by MACSI to be held in the University of Limerick, Ireland and will take place from 11-16th of June.  Registration will close on Friday 26th of May 2017. Full-board accommodation will be provided to all participants on campus.  The […]

How do they do it in other countries? Industrial and academic collaborations that is!

Simon Kaar For the individual, the pros of working in an academic setting are that you get to ask your own questions, questions that are interesting to you personally. No one is telling you what to do, how to do it, or for that matter keeping track of your time in any way. As long […]

Should we be afraid of flying?

by Daria Semochkina Do you know how many people are afraid of flying? I’m not one of them, I actually quite enjoy flying. I like both the process of flying and the associated anticipation of a new adventure. But for 30-35% of people just a thought of getting on a plane is the reason for a […]

3 minute thesis talk

MACSI PhD student Jean Rizk talks about his PhD research in the area of queuing in less than 3 minutes! This scientific version of the elevator pitch is intended to celebrate doctoral research, hone participants’ communication skills, and disseminate research to the public Jean is a PhD student working with Professor Cathal Walsh Chair of […]

A Canadian in Ireland: The Industrial (Mathematics) Revolution

Dr. Iain Moyles Canada is a country with approximately 35 million people, is the second largest country by land area, and, as of at least November 2016, is the world’s favourite North American country.  In contrast, Ireland is a country of approximately 6 million people, by area would fit into Canada almost 120 times, and, […]

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

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

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 […]