Using machine learning to predict materials’ properties

Researchers from Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) in collaboration with colleagues from Southern Federal University and Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT Madras) suggested using machine learning methods to predict the properties of artificial sapphire crystals. It is a unique material widely used in microelectronics, optics, and electronics. The […]

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Influence of sealant on assembly process

Hi, this is Saint Petersburg and SPbPU again! My name is Artem Eliseev and in this post I would like to tell you about a new emerging direction of collaboration between SPbPU and Airbus SAS. Our university has a long-term and fruitful relationship with this company – my colleagues have […]

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German-Slovakian Project MATTHIAS on Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations in Finance

  Bilateral German-Slovakian Project MATTHIAS – Modelling and Approximation Tools and Techniques for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations in finance and Innovative Approach to their Solution financed by DAAD and the Slovakian Ministry of Education (01/2020 – 12/2021) Scientific goals The project deals with qualitative and numerical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations […]

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GivEn -Shape Optimization for Gas Turbines in Volatile Energy Networks: New Overview Paper

The project GivEn: Shape Optimization for Gas Turbines in Volatile Energy Networks, financed by the BMBF (09/2017-12/2020) has recently published an overview paper with contributions from 22 authors! This exemplifies the need of interdisciplinary cooperations when appropriately solving real world industrial challenges. This paper describes the project GivEn that develops […]

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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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Viscoelastic inverse problems from seismic to medical scale

By Florian Faucher This project is funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, under the Lise Meitner fellowship grant number M2791-N. It is a two-years fellowship that is carried out at the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Vienna, and that has started in October 2019. The project focuses […]

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Finding nanoparticles with visible light

Over the past two years researchers from the Centre de Recerca Matemática in Barcelona and Centre d’Elaboration de Materiaux et d’Etudes Structurales, Toulouse have been developing the mathematical theory and experimental techniques to view nanoparticles with visible light. The reason we can see objects (that are not producing light themselves) […]

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