Maintenance optimization

My name is Gabrijela Obradović and I am a PhD student in Mathematical Optimization at Chalmers University of Technology. I hold a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from University of Novi Sad and I did my master thesis at Descartes University in Paris, which together led to the ECMI Postgraduate […]

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Geometric analysis and game theory

Hello!  My name is Julie Rowlett, and I work as an associate professor in the division of analysis and probability theory at the joint mathematics department of Chalmers University and the University of Gothenburg.  My main research focus is geometric and microlocal analysis, often in singular geometric settings, but I also maintain […]

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ECMI2021 Conference: Plenary Talks

At the end of the ECMI2021 week, we have made some of the keynote presentations, including the Anile Award winner, available on the ECMI Youtube Channel. That’s it! See you in Wrocław at ECMI2023! Ginestra Bianconi, “Multilayer Networks: Structure and Function” Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb, “Deep Learning for Solving Inverse Imaging Problems” […]

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) – New Master Program at the Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Artificial Intelligence is an emerging field of science. Its bustling development in the past decades is a result of various potential and actual applications, ranging from biology and medicine to financial sector. Self-driving cars, robots that perform medical operations, internet services based on speech recognition are just some of the […]

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I-BiDaaS project’s ADMM machine learning algorithm implementations

In the context of the H2020 project I-BiDaaS [1], University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences and Barcelona Supercomputing Center have developed a pool of open-source implementations of Machine Learning (ML) algorithms based on the Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADMM) [2], CVXPY [3], a Python-based toolbox for convex optimization, […]

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MathTech workshop in Poland

On 4.12.2020, the first MathTech Workshop on Mathematical Technologies for Industry was held in Poland. It was organized by the PL-MATH-IN network as a satellite event of the annual EU-MATH-IN Council Meeting. Originally, the workshop was planned to be held at the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of […]

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The UK Graduate Modelling Camp 2020: A Student’s Perspective

By Ed Donlon The UK Graduate Modelling Camp (www.maths.ox.ac.uk/r/infommgradcamp) took place from 15-17 July 2020 under slightly unusual circumstances, as the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated online-only attendance, rather than the usual in-person experience. Nevertheless, the camp was undoubtedly a huge success, thanks in no small part to the fantastic work put […]

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Local defect detection in bearings in the presence of impulsive noise and spectral overlapping of informative and non-informative impulses

Predictive maintenance has been pointed out as one of the key elements of industry 4.0 philosophy. Measurement of diagnostic signals and advanced analytics allow to detect damage, identify its type, localize it in the machine, and even make some prognosis of remaining life. The efficiency of diagnostic procedures depends on […]

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Using mathematics to optimise the performance of filtration membranes

By Victoria Pereira Membrane filtration is a process used for the clarification, purification, and separation of fluid mixtures. In a typical filtration system, a mixture of fluid and contaminant particles is passed through a porous membrane; the fluid passes through while the particles are retained, either on the surface of […]

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Relaxation-oscillations in a conceptual climate model

Conceptual climate models are relatively simple mathematical constructs that can capture essential features of the nonlinear nature of the climate. They usually focus only on several ingredients of the physical description and model their interplay. As can be easily noticed, due to their simplicity, they cannot be used as computation […]

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