Special Interest Group on Numerical Weather Prediction

Although all of us are interested in the daily or annual changes in the weather, their forecasting or even modelling is a challenging task which needs the use of various mathematical ideas. The weather we are experiencing is the combined effect of the atmospehere’s dynamics on several scales and other […]

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LEMON – a high performance open source C++ graph and network library

Department of Operations Research, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest has been involved in various applied research projects, either as a member of a research consortium or  in a direct collaboration with different companies. Applied research is unimaginable without using advanced algorithmic methods. In fact, the expected outcome of a typical project […]

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Multi-scale modelling of Li-ion batteries

My name is Zénó Farkas, 22 year old student from Hungary. Currently I’m studying at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) of Budapest, Faculty of Sience as analytical mathematician of Bsc. This is my last semester and I’m writing my Bsc thesis about multi scale modelling of Li-ion batteries. This theme has […]

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A new ECMI SIG: Math for the Digital Factory

Background Around one in ten of all enterprises in the EU-27’s non-financial business economy were classified to manufacturing in 2009, a total of 2.0 million enterprises. The manufacturing sector employed 31 million persons in 2009, generated 5.812 billion Euro of turnover and 1.400 billion Euro of value added. (source: Eurostat). […]

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Modelling, Simulation and Optimization of Multifrequency Induction Hardening

Induction hardening is a modern method for the heat treatment of workpieces made of steel. A well directed heating by electromagnetic waves and subsequent quenching of the workpiece increases the hardness of the surface layer. With the multi-frequency concept, medium and high frequency power are supplied simultaneous on a single […]

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