A glimpse into a collaboration between academia and industry

By Andrea Leone, Ergys Çokaj, Halvor Snersrud Gustad Halvor is an industrial-PhD student at TechnipFMC, a global leader in oil and gas engineering, and the Department of Mathematical Sciences of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Andrea and Ergys are PhD students at the Department of Mathematical Sciences […]

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An innovation boot camp with industry

The Portuguese Innovation Agency invited a group of Portuguese mathematicians to participate in an innovation boot camp, an event that brought together academia and industry in a day of work in which, together, innovative solutions to various business challenges were identified. The challenges presented by the companies were very diverse, […]

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EU-MATHS-IN OpenDesk: A one-stop-shop for tailor-made solutions for industry, commerce, public administration and start-ups

From 20 to 24 September 2022, the official launch of EU-Maths-IN OpenDesk will take place, a support platform for European companies created in the context of the European Service Network of Mathematics for Industry and Innovation (EU-MATHS-IN). The OpenDesk event that will take place online in the 4th week of […]

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Non-European Study Groups with Industry

By Prof. Michael Vynnycky As is well-known amongst ECMI members, Study Groups with Industry are an internationally recognised method of technology transfer between academic mathematicians and industry; these take the form of week-long workshops that provide a forum for industrial scientists to work alongside academic mathematicians on problems of direct industrial […]

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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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Three perspectives on modelling groundwater contamination – An industry case study

By James Fannon, Alina Dubovskaya, Robert Garvey, Susan Fennell and Laura Marie Keane Groundwater contamination occurs when potentially hazardous material, typically arising from anthropogenic sources such as industrial or agricultural activities, makes its way (via percolation) from the ground surface to the water table. In this blog post, we document […]

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