A Good Experience of an European Study Group with Industry

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Hi, My name is Ali Faqeeh. I am a PhD researcher at MACSI, University of Limerick (UL). I would like to talk about the great experiences I had in the European Study Group with Industry (ESGI). The study groups are hold several times each year in different universities and institutions across Europe as well as […]

The industrial mathematics PhD

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My name is Kevin Moroney.  I’m a PhD researcher in industrial mathematics in the MACSI group in the University of Limerick. Unlike more traditional PhD research which explores and develops a central topic in great detail, my PhD is based on a number of smaller collaborative projects of interest to MACSI’s industrial partners. I’ve just […]

115th European Study Group with Industry in Barcelona

We are pleased to announce that the 115th European Study Group with Industry (ESGI) will be held at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Barcelona on the 25th-29th January 2016. ESGIs are week-long problem solving workshops which provide a unique opportunity for industrial scientists to work alongside academic mathematicians on problems of direct industrial relevance. The ESGIs first started […]

Cepíd-Cemeai: Study Group in Brazil

The workshop “Mathematical Solutions of Industrial Problems” took place in São Carlos, Brazil, from 8 to 11 of september. During these days, Latin-American students, brazilian researchers and posdocs of several countries discussed problems presented by institutions from Brazil and other countries, as Sweden and Israel. More than 100 (mostly graduate) students participated of the meeting. At the […]

Unique opportunity to solve industrial problems together with university scholars

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We want to inform about the upcoming workshop at Institut Mittag-Leffler, Stockholm, August 17-21, 2015: Swedish Study Group Mathematics in Industry.  The Study Group Format This is a workshop for interaction between companies and mathematicians in academia based on the Oxford Study Group format. The meeting spans one week and will gather about 25-30 mathematicians from academia to work together […]