Inverse CoE year seminar 2020, Luosto, Sodankylä

The research group of prof Heikki Haario has been organizing annually a workshop and seminar on Inverse Problems at Luosto, Lapland, in the middle of the white, scenic nature of shining snow and ski-tracks in the wide open space of arctic beauty.  This year the event was on February 24-28. […]

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Lappeenranta-Linköping collaboration in Africa

LUT Department of Mathematics and Physics has ongoing cooperation with Linköping University in an Africa-project. LiU has long-standing presence in supporting mathematics educational development and building research capacity in Eastern Africa, a shared interest with LUT. The LiU activities are funded by Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) and the […]

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Computational Modeling and Data Science: Workshop with Industry – Lappeenranta September 11-12, 2019

The outreach workshop was intended for fostering interaction between industrial representatives working in R&D projects and university researchers working in computational fields – broadly named as computational technology or industrial mathematics. Our wish was to attract industry representatives who are willing to present a case example, a practical problem, technical challenge, where computational […]

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New Bachelor Study Program in Applied Mathematics on Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad

In Serbia, during the last decade, there was a great deal of interest among master students of mathematics to study applied mathematics. Young people realize that applications of mathematics, as well as mathematical modelling, are inevitable in modern industry, technology, financial business, etc., and that makes studies of applied mathematics […]

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Improving tax collection with big data analytics

Tax evasion is one of the major obstacles to increasing the competitiveness of an economy. It directly and negatively affects the conditions for business activities in the market for the companies that legally declare and pay taxes, making their production costs, and, consequently, the price of their products and services […]

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Accurate answers using imprecise calculations

By Oliver Sheridan-Methven, University of Oxford Mathematical Institute, PhD in industrially focused mathematical modelling For a huge variety of tasks we require computer simulations to produce useful answers. This can be from everyday items, such as simulating weather patterns to produce the weather forecasts, to on-demand simulations of financial markets […]

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Approximate solutions and numerical analysis of a spring-mass running model

My name is Zosia Wróblewska and I have just got a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics at Wrocław University of Science and Technology. My speciality is Mathematics for Industry and Commerce. During my studies I had a one semester exchange in Portugal at Técnico Lisboa as an Erasmus student. I chose […]

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Impact of solar activity on precipitation in the United States

For many years scientists have tried to understand the complicated mechanisms governing Earth’s climate. It is known to have always been changing under influence of multiple endogenous processes (e.g. volcanic activity) and exogenous factors (e.g. human influence). Astrophysicists hypothesise that some of the patterns noticed in climatological data can be […]

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Bifurcations and destabilising feedback loops in multiple-scale switched control systems

Dynamical systems which are characterized by switchings between a number of distinct differentiable vector fields, with the switching law that depends on the value of some state variable, are common in applications. For example, some mathematical models and investgations of the character of neuromuscular control during tasks such as quiet […]

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