25 years of MaGIC: Manifolds and Geometric Integration Colloquia, in Norway

The first time we organised MaGIC it was in 1999 in Ustahoset, Norway. The group of participants was not very big and we all lived in the cabin of the University of Bergen, Ottesheimen. We cooked our own meals, shared rooms, and had to queue for the bathroom. In the […]

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CutFEM: Discretizing Partial Differential Equations and Geometry

by Andre’ Massing The burden of mesh generation The generation of meshes, as a fundamental prerequisite for the majority of computational methods for partial differential equations (PDEs), is a challenging task that can easily account for > 80% of the time in the overall simulation workflow. For instance, the simulation […]

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Mapping lakes and learning Hamiltonians

By HĂĄkon Noren While the tiny boat was immersed in darkness on the largest freshwater lake in Norway, Mjøsa, an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) made its way down the water column. It was heading towards a particular coordinate, upon where HUGIN, an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) had spotted the […]

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IAMG2023 conference in Trondheim, Norway

Jo Eidsvik, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU  Steinar Ellefmo, Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, NTNU The international association of Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG) conference will take place in Trondheim 5-12 August, 2023 (https://www.iamgconferences.org/iamg2023/). This is an annual conference to promote, worldwide, the advancement of mathematics, statistics and informatics in the geosciences. The goal is further […]

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Partial differential equations, statistics and data in an interdisciplinary approach to data-based modelling

By Mats Ehrnström NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology IMod is a 2022–2028 interdisciplinary project for building, analyzing and testing frameworks for data-based modelling built on partial differential equations and statistical modelling. It includes work packages and applications in surface fluid mechanics and neuroscience. Its primary objective is to develop a […]

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Automated theorem provers and their role in cryptography

By Morten Rotvold Solberg and Kristian Gjøsteen In the 1970s, Fields Medal winner Paul Cohen made the prediction that in the future, mathematicians would be replaced by computers, implying that all of mathematics – including the writing of proofs – could be automated (Sriraman, 2017). While arguably bold, Cohen’s prediction […]

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The “Norwegian Workshop on Mathematical Optimization, Nonlinear and Variational Analysis” will be arranged at NTNU from April 26 – 28, 2023 

By Elisabeth and Markus Köbis The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts from different countries with researchers in Norway to exchange the latest contributions and present the state of the art in the fields of nonlinear and variational analysis, set and vector optimization, operations research and life […]

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3 Lecturer Positions available at Limerick

Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Lecturer or Lecturer below the bar.Please see the MACSI website for more information. Statistics & Data Analytics: Lecturer and Lecturer below the bar.Please see the MACSI website for more information.   SALARY SCALE: Lecturer €52,187 – €83,038 p.a. SALARY SCALE: Lecturer below the bar €39,118 – €53,782 p.a. The Mathematics […]

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The Era of Mathematics – Review Findings on Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences Published

A new report was launched recently at the House of Lords; the Era of Mathematics – an Independent Review of Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematics “We live in the era of mathematics. Its influence permeates economic and social activity and its influence and impact are profound. Yet its role is not […]

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