Modelling Light Propagation in Ocular Tissues

The cornea is the transparent part of the eye’s outer sheath and the primary refractive element in the optical system of the eye. Indeed, its curved interface with the air provides three-fourths of the eye’s focusing power (the remainder being provided by the lens). Maintenance of its curvature and clarity […]

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Mathematical modelling of corneal transparency problem

My name is Sunčica Sakić and I am finishing Master studies in Applied Mathematics (Technomathematics) at University of Novi Sad (UNS). In my opinion, the studies at UNS produce a strong base for research in a variety of real-world applications. In order to make my view wider and achieve professional […]

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My ECMI Modelling Week 2020 Experience

In the summer of 2015, I made one of the most important decisions in my life, choosing to study mathematics. Already in the BSc, it got quite clear to me that applied mathematics is the field I feel more exhilarated by. Therefore, I sensed that the ECMI-certified MSc in Technomathematics […]

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The Problem of Random Flights

By: Pedro Barata de Tovar Sá I am currently a 3rd year undergraduate Math student at University of Coimbra. During this year, I had the privilege of getting a grant from the Gulbenkian-foundation’s program “New Talents in Mathematics“. In the scope of this program, I proposed to investigate how chimney […]

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Mathematical model to reconstruct the mechanical properties of an elastic medium

Post by Rafael Henriques I am currently finishing my journey as Master’s student at the Centre for Mathematics of the University of Coimbra (CMUC). As a student at the University of Coimbra, I am very satisfied with the knowledge I have acquired and the quality of teaching during these years. […]

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A Machine Learning Based Traffic Data Analysis Tool (T-DAT)

Ciarán O’Mara As a generation that relies heavily on road infrastructure as our main medium of transport, we are constantly faced with the problem of congested and inefficient road networks. The majority of research carried out in this area has approached the problem in what could be described as a one-dimensional […]

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Not your traditional PhD journey…

Janet Clifford, Programme Manager What do you think when you hear the word PhD? I typically visualise an individual surrounded by reams of paperwork, someone scribbling equations on a whiteboard, someone burning the midnight oil at their laptop reading publications. However, in my minds-eye, when I picture this “typical” PhD […]

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MULTISCALE MODELS IN ACTION

Geometrical multiscale models have been subject of investigation by MOX researcher since many years. Today, the focus is on multiscale problems characterized by the strong interaction between a tubular geometry and the surrounding bulk. This type of interaction characterize problems in various field ranging from the blood perfusion of biological […]

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Modelling fault reactivation

Researchers in the Computational Geosciences group at the MOX Laboratory (https://mox.polimi.it/) have been working for the last 6 years on the problem of induced seismicity to understand if and how human activities could have an impact on fault reactivation, and, thus, be the co cause of small-to-moderate earthquakes. This requires […]

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