European Study Group with Industry (ESGI128) June 12-16th in Limerick

MACSI looks forward to welcoming ECMI members to Limerick for the 128th European Study Group with Industry. The 2017 Irish Study Group takes place on the earlier dates of 12-16th of June. Registration, details of already registered participants and problems can be found on our website   Postgraduate and early career researchers with a scientific or […]

DSSV 2017

The Department of Mathematics-Instituto Superior Técnico is pleased to announce the international meeting Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation, DSSV2017. The event will take place between the 12th and 14th July 2017 at Alameda Campus, Lisboa. DSSV2017 is promoted by the International Association for Statistical Computing (IASC), preceding the 61st World Statistics Congress in Marrakesh, July […]

Workshop Mathematics for Big Data

Dates: May 31- June 1, 2017 Place: University of Novi Sad, Serbia The availability of huge amounts of data is often considered as the fourth industrial revolution we are living right now. The increase in data accumulation allows us to tackle a wide range of social, economic, industrial and scientific challenges. But extracting meaningful knowledge […]

ECMI 2018 CONFERENCE: BUDAPEST, 18-22 June 2018

The next conference of ECMI will be held in Budapest between 18 and 22 June 2018. The conference will be organized by the János Bolyai Mathematical Society, the Institute of Mathematics at the Eötvös Loránd University  and by the Institute for Computer Science and Control. The aim of the conference is to redound the interaction […]

Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop – 2017 Lviv, Ukraine, June 21-24

  In 2017, 70 years will elapse from the invention of the Monte Carlo method – one of the greatest numerical algorithms to solve the problems in various fields of physical and life sciences, engineering, finance, statistics, mathematics, etc. One of the key figures in this invention was Stan (Stanislaw) Ulam (1909-1984). Stan Ulam was […]

Moving boundary problems in Mechanics

Moving boundary problems have played a prominent role in the rise of Industrial Mathematics. The conference Recent Advances in Moving Boundary Problems in Mechanics will take place from Feb 5-8 2018 in Christchurch, New Zealand. There will be a wide range of practical topics under discussion, including  fluid-structure interaction, free surface flows, flows over soft tissues and textiles, […]

DSSV 2017 Conference – Lisbon, Portugal, July 12 – 14, 2017

The International Association for Statistical Computing (IASC) is pleased to announce the first conference on Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation (DSSV 2017, July 12-14 in Lisbon, Portugal) that is a satellite conference of the 61st World Statistics Congress (WSC61, July 16-21 in Marrakesh, Morocco). IMPORTANT DATES: Deadline for abstract submission: April 10, 2017 Notification of […]

Spring School: From Particle Dynamics to Gradient Flows, TU Kaiserslautern

Dear Colleagues, we would like you to pay  attention to the spring school “From Particle Dynamics to Gradient Flows” taking place from February 27 to March 3, 2017 at Technische Universität Kaiserslautern. Particle Dynamics and their scaling limits are a subject of intensive research. The spring school aims to PhD students and young post-docs from […]

Mathematics of Complex Systems: from precision medicine to smart cities

We are pleased to invite you to the Workshop “Mathematics of Complex Systems: from precision medicine to smart cities“, scheduled for 5-6 December 2016 in Coimbra, Portugal. This workshop will be held in the framework of CoLAB, an initiative of the UT Austin – Portugal Program that seeks to enhance Portuguese scientific and technological capacity and to […]

Nanomath 2016

Part of the huge 1960’s electron microscope at CEMES, Toulouse The 3rd Nanomath conference was held this week in Toulouse. The aim of the conference is to bring together mathematicians, physicists, chemists and any other researcher interested in modelling at the nanoscale. The conference opened on a cautionary note, with Tim Myers asking whether you could […]