Load Optimizer in Containers

Problem of packing tubes in a container, considering that they may be put inside other tubes in a recursive fashion

Amyloid_PIT: An Amyloid Segment Identifier Prog

One of the general aims of bioinformatical researches is to identify such entries of large protein or other biological databases with high precision using tools and methods of mathematics and statistics which have some predetermined properties so they can be relevant to biologists or doctors. A request of this kind from biologists and chemists has […]

Forecasting Energy Demand using Time Series Analysis

Joseph O’Brien and Eoin Mooney A time series is an ordered sequence of values of a variable at equally spaced times. Some business metrics naturally lend themselves to time series analysis, one of which is the consumption of electricity that is measured at half hourly time points. In this blog post, we will describe a […]

Mathematics at the heart of driving innovation in Irish Smart Manufacturing Research Centre

ECMI Special Interest Groups (SIG) exist to promote collaborative research on specific topics in Mathematics for Industry within Europe. The Math for the Digital Factory SIG brings together university mathematicians working in modelling, simulation and optimisation related to manufacturing with practitioners from manufacturing industry The University of Limerick is currently hosting the Math for the […]

The MOX Laboratory

The Modelling and Scientific Computing  Laboratory (MOX) is part of the Department of Mathematics of Politecnico di Milano. It was established in 2002 with the objective of promoting research in the field of mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, scientific computing and statistical analysis, with a special focus on real life applications as well as industrial mathematics. […]

SPbPU Scientists in Collaboration with Indian and Chinese Colleagues Develop Software for 3D Scanning Urban Infrastructure

A group of specialists from Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, East China Normal University, and the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee are working together to develop software that will create detailed 3D models of urban infrastructure objects using a combination of laser scanning and photography. The project has become the winner of the […]

Study Group 2nd BEES Group – ESGI 134. Modelling Departure Traffic

Here we would like to present the second problem proposed by city of Koblenz and called “Modelling Departure Traffic”. Loreley Open-Air Theatre is located on the Lorelei rock in St. Goarshausen in Germany. It is a popular location for concerts and music festivals with a capacity of about 15,000 people. It is possible to get […]

Study Group 2nd BEES Group – ESGI 134. Problem from Koblenz-Touristik

This year our BEEs project (see the previous one) was continued with a very nice study group in Koblenz. Twelve participants from St. Petersburg took part in the event. Here we would like to present couple of problems considered there.  The first one was proposed by Koblenz-Touristik and called “The flood prediction problem”. The famous […]

Call for mini-symposia for ECMI 2018 conference

The 20th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry will take place from 18th to 22nd June 2018 in Budapest, Hungary. Located at the heart of Europe, Budapest has long been renowned for its hospitality and as an ideal location for events and conferences. The city offers a blend of its own colourful traditions and cultural influences drawn […]

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Dear colleagues, friends, authors and readers of our blog, As Christmas and the New Year approaches I want to take the time to thank you for your contributions, making our blog a lively and continuously growing source of information. Last year we had more than 20 000 visits, among them nearly 50% from non-European countries. […]