European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry
The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) is a consortium of academic institutions and industrial companies that acts co-operatively with the following aims:
- To promote and support the use of mathematical models in any activity of social or economic importance.
- To educate Industrial Mathematicians to meet the growing demand for such experts.
- To operate on a European scale.
For some successful examples of mathematics applied to industry, visit our success stories
To see what a European Study Group with Industry (ESGI) is like, use this link to see a short video
from the ESGI 98 in Delft.
ECMI is pleased to support the creation in 2014 of the EU-MATHS-IN. This European Network of Networks aims to become a resource for both academics and industry working in industrial mathematics. In particular, this network now has a useful jobs page at http://www.eu-maths-in.eu/jobs.
ECMI is run by a Council made up of representatives of 18 European countries which supports a network of institutional and individual members. The Council elects from its members a Board to take care of matters on a daily basis. Details about the organisation of ECMI and its statutes can be found here.
Random Structures and Models in Medicine, Biotechnology, Materials Science and Environment
September 12, 2014
Department of Mathematics
Universita’ degli Studi di Milano
via Saldini 50, Milano, Italy
This workshop is an activity of the ECMI Special Interest Group “Shape and Size in Medicine, Biotechnology and Materials Science” (see http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/shape/) and is aimed to give an overview to methods developed in Mathematical Morphology, Spatial Statistics, Stochastic Geometry, Numerical Analysis to model and to simulate random sets and functions with a spatial or geometrical structure. These models are useful in many applications where heterogeneous media, possibly evolving in time, appear, for instance materials, networks of vessels, evolution of pollutants, etc.
Both theoretical and applied results will be discussed.
All the talks are invited, but participation is free and encouraged.
Registration of participants is required for organizing reasons by September 7, 2014.
For further information please visit the web page of the workshop or contact
The Wacker prize in 2014 was awarded to Kishan Patel who completed completed the MSc in Scientific Computing and Mathematical Modelling in 2012 at the University of Oxford. His dissertation on ‘Imaging with X-Ray Emitter Arrays’ was supervised by Raphael Hauser and sponsored by Radius Health.
In 2014, the third Anile-ECMI prize is awarded to Dr Paulo Pintus of Sculoa superior Sant’Anna in Pisa for his PhD theis entitled “Design of silicon based integrated optical devices using the finite element method”.
Further details can be found on the prizes webpage.
We are pleased to announce that the ECMI conference in 2016 will be held in Santiago de Compostela, Spain from 13-17 June.
The ECMI Special Interest Group on ”The mathematics of air pollution” holds it kick-off meeting on 26-27 May 2014 in Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University. For further information, consult the conference homepage.
A kick-off meeting for the Digital Factories Special Interest Group (SIG) will be held in Berlin at WIAS from 7-9 May, 2014. The deadline for registration is 13 April, 2014. For more information about the worskshop, please visit http://www.wias-berlin.de/workshops/MaDiFa/. Details about the SIG can be found here.
Details of ESGI 97, 99, and 100 have been announced. See http://www.ecmi-indmath.org/?page_id=104 for further details.