ECMI annual report 2021

The ECMI annual report 2021 is out! Showcasing the wide variety of activities in industrial and applied mathematics of the ECMI scientific community, the new issue reports events and results of the year 2021 including the first quarter of 2022. All the contributions aim to describe the details of the events or programs organised in the last months, as well […]

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International Manufacturing Forum Series

The September 2021 session of the International Manufacturing Forum Series will take place next Thursday, 2nd of September, starting from 10:00 am (GMT+1), via Zoom platform. The session theme is Manufacturing and Digital Twins. A digital twin is a virtual model or more accurately a virtual environment designed to accurately […]

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Current and Upcoming Vacancies at MACSI

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PhD Prof Michael Vynnycky is recruiting for a PhD student in the area of solvent infiltration and swelling in granule and tablet dissolution More info here The SFI Centre for Research Training is currently open to applications  for PhDs in the area of statistics, applied mathematics and machine learning. […]

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A PhD at Sofia

Written by Galina Lyutskanova-Zhekova, PhD student at IMI-BAS In 2014, I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics and started studying in the master program “Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Modelling” at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. The master program provides many opportunities. The […]

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The maths of fantasy football

Joseph O’Brien Analysis: can strategic use of the Bench Boost, Free Hit and Triple Captain chips really increase your points total? The Premier League is back. The season kicked off in August with last season’s runners-up Liverpool giving newly promoted Norwich City a tough introductory lesson in the form of a 4-1 defeat. The Reds’ talisman Mo Salah scored their second […]

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Mathematical models could help to brew the perfect cup of coffee

  Few of the billions of coffee drinkers around the world would ever consider the science behind the drink. But researchers at University of Limerick have shown that mathematical models could help to brew the perfect cup of coffee. Dr Kevin Moroney, a postdoctoral researcher in UL’s Department of Mathematics […]

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Challenges in healthcare – the role of mathematics

Post by Sílvia Barbeiro The Portuguese Network of Mathematics for Industry and Innovation – PT-MATHS-IN – promoted the industrial workshop “Challenges in Healthcare – the Role of Mathematics” that was held at University of Coimbra on June 7th, 2019. 61 participants, representing 21 distinct organizations, including a considerable number of […]

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Mathematical modelling in the pharmaceutical industry in Ireland

By Dr Kevin Moroney The pharmaceutical industry like many others is undergoing a technological revolution as we enter the much vaunted era of Industry 4.0. This is of particular strategic importance to Ireland, home to all of the world’s top 10 pharmaceutical companies and one of the largest exporters of […]

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International Conference on Computational Finance, July 8-12, 2019 in A Coruña

We cordially invite you to attend the third biennial International Conference on Computational Finance (ICCF2019), on July 8-12, 2019, see The International Conference on Computational Finance 2019 (ICCF2019) is an international conference organized by Universidade da Coruna. It is the third of a biennial series of conferences in Computational […]

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