Ink Bubble Formation at the ICMS Modelling Camp in Edinburgh

By Michael Pegg The problem I (Mike) worked on involved investigating the creation and growth of bubbles inside an ink printer cartridge. The problem was brought by Dr William Lee from the University of Portsmouth who also acted as our group leader. Our international group had members from as far afield as Pakistan and academic … More Ink Bubble Formation at the ICMS Modelling Camp in Edinburgh

ComPh Modelling Week in Norway: A Stimulating Simulating Week

By Amy Leson This March I had the opportunity to attend the ComPh Modelling Week hosted by Simula and the Helmholtz Zentrum München in Fornebu, Norway at the beautiful Technopolis building. I would like to thank the MI-NET, Mathematics for Industry Network, for sponsoring me to attend this event. Goal of the Week: “…designing and implementing computational tools for modelling and data … More ComPh Modelling Week in Norway: A Stimulating Simulating Week

Modelling Camp 2017

In March 2017, 24 PhD students came to ICMS for a four day Modelling Camp to apply their mathematical skills to realistic problems. Modelling Camps are excellent preparation for attending Study Groups where mathematicians collaborate with industry, analysing and solving real problems. Students and Instructors at the 2017 Modelling Camp Following a structure akin to the Study Groups, students … More Modelling Camp 2017

Why we need mathematics? – Application of mathematics in industrial problems in Macedonia

By Dr Tatjana Atanasova-Pacemska On 26th of April 2017 the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies at Saints Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, hosted an Industrial workshop: Why we need mathematics? – Application of mathematics in industrial problems in Macedonia.  The aim of the workshop was to create a mutually … More Why we need mathematics? – Application of mathematics in industrial problems in Macedonia

New Methods and Results for the Optimisation of Solar Power Tower Plants

By Thomas Ashley The aims for this STSM were to further develop the working relationship between my research institute and our project partners TSK Flagsol and the University of Aachen, as well as to present results and develop new ideas for the future. A Solar Power Tower (SPT) plant uses a field of mirrors to … More New Methods and Results for the Optimisation of Solar Power Tower Plants

My experiences at ComPh Modelling Week in Oslo

by Eike Krautter When I first heard about the ComPh-Modelling week from one of my professors I was fascinated because I already wanted to learn more about simulation and modelling in the field of Biology and to meet other people from different fields using models in their work. As a biologist having lots of Systems Biology lectures and being … More My experiences at ComPh Modelling Week in Oslo

Funding and travel for PhD students?

Originally posted on ECMI:
Last May I visited the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM), a research institute located on the campus of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. I am a PhD candidate at the University of Limerick, Ireland and this international trip was my second visit to the CRM to work with my PhD…

Artificial Intelligence in Industry and Finance (2nd European COST Conference on Mathematics for Industry in Switzerland)

September 7, 2017 (09:30-16:30) ZHAW, Technikumstrasse 9, 8400 Winterthur Artificial Intelligence in Industry Machine learning for industry Simulation, Model order reduction and robust optimization for industrial robotics and E-Mobility applications Advanced imaging for industrial application Optimization and Optimisation-Based control methods for industrial applications Artificial Intelligence in Finance Algorithmic trading Big data and digitalization Mathematical challenges for the … More Artificial Intelligence in Industry and Finance (2nd European COST Conference on Mathematics for Industry in Switzerland)

UK Multi-Scale Biology Network

The University of Birmingham, with funding from the UK Multi-Scale Biology Network, will host a Multi-Scale Biology Study Group from 12th-15th December 2017.  This event will bring together biologists, clinicians and scientists in industry with mathematicians to tackle research questions posed by the experimentalists, following the successful Multi-Scale Biology Study Group held in 2016. Registration is … More UK Multi-Scale Biology Network