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Mathematics in Industry

Mathematics in Industry

  • Author: Angela Slavova
  • Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • ISBN: 1443883247
  • Category: Business mathematics
  • Page: 415
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The Application of Mathematics in Industry

The Application of Mathematics in Industry

  • Author: R.S. Anderssen,F.R. de Hoog
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9401178348
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 202
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This publication reports the proceedings of a one-day seminar on The AppZicatian af Mathematics in Industry held at the Australian National University on Wednesday, December 3, 1980. It was organized jointly by the Division of Mathematics and Statistics, CSIRO, and the Departments of Pure and Applied Mathematics, The Faculty of Science, Australian National University. A paper based on the talk "Some uses of statistically designed experiments in industrial problems" given by N.B. Carter at the Seminar was not received by the editors. Though R.M. Lewis of John Lysaght (Australia) Limited did not present a talk, the editors invited him to submit a paper. They only learnt about his work after the program for the seminar had been finalized and publicized. His paper appears as the last paper in these proceedings and is entitled "A simple model for coil interior temperature prediction during batch annealing". The seminar was opened by Dr J.R. Philip, FAA, FRS, Director of the Physical Sciences Institute, CSIRO. He kindly agreed to supply an edited version of his comments for inclusion in the proceedings. They follow the Foreword as Opening Remarks.

Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Mathematics in Industry

Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Mathematics in Industry

May 29–June 3, 1989 Strobl

  • Author: U. Wacker,Walter Zulehner
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9400907036
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 448
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The Fourth ECMI Conference on Industrial Mathematics took place at Strobl in Aus tria, May 29-June 2, 1989. The conference was devoted to the exchange of ideas, models and methods from various fields of industrial applications of mathematics. About 140 people from 21 countries attended the meeting. The aim was to bring together peo ple from industry and from university. In this respect the organizers were only partly successful!. The participance of about 20 people from industry shows that there is still much work to be done to increase the acceptance from this side. 72 speakers presented their results as invited or contributed lectures, or in the frame of 2 minisymposia. One minisymposium was organized by Heinz W. Engl and focused on steel processing, the other one, organized by Hansjorg Wacker, dealt with chemical engineering. These proceedings consist of 56 papers. The articles within each of the sections: Invited Lectures, Minisymposium Steel Processing, Minisymposium Chemical Engi neering, and Contributed Lectures are in alphabetical order of the first author. Exept for the contributions to the minisymposia, which clearly concentrate on the corre sponding topics, it is hard to find a reasonable classification of the papers . This, we believe, is typical for industrial mathematics and underlines the vast variety of fields where mathematics could be used to support problem solving. We would like to acknowlegde the valuable work of the referees of the articles who certainly helped to improve the quality of this volume.

Proceedings of the Second European Symposium on Mathematics in Industry

Proceedings of the Second European Symposium on Mathematics in Industry

ESMI II March 1–7, 1987 Oberwolfach

  • Author: H Neunzert
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 940092979X
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 390
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"Mathematics in Industry" - since the volume containing the proceedings of the 1985 Oberwolfach conference was published*), this subject has become more fashionable in Europe, America and also in the third world. The Europeans have come closer to each other: They formed a European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry, abbreviated ECMI. This ECMI supported mainly by mathematicians from Amsterdam, Bari, Eindhoven, Firenze, Kaiserslautem, Limerick, Linz, Paris, Oxford and Trondheim has become a legal entity with a rapidly growing number of members. It has organized a common, really European postgraduate programme, establishes contact between industry and universities and organizes other confer ences everywhere in the world. Industrial mathematics is a special method to get interesting problems; a special attitude of curiosity for technical or economical questions; a general rather broad knowledge in all branches of mathematics; but it always remains real mathematics. Our first proceedings contained many articles about "why and how to start". Now we are more selfconfident about our ideas: These proceedings include only exam ples of "how to do". It is a pleasure to see how many different kinds of good mathematics are applied to so many different problems from industry. Part of the selection criteria for this volume was that some of the applications of what is usually considered ivory tower mathematics be represented.

Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Mathematics in Industry

Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Mathematics in Industry

August 28–31, 1988 Glasgow

  • Author: J. Manley,S. McKee,D.R. Owens
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9400906293
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 564
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The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) was founded, largely due to the driving energy of Michiel Hazewinkel on the 14th April, 1986 in Neustadt-Mussbach in West Germany. The founder signatories were A. Bensoussan (INRIA, Paris), A. Fasano (University of Florence), M. Hazewinkel (CWI, Amsterdam), M. Heilio (Lappeenranta University, Finland), F. Hodnett (University of Limerick, Ireland), H. Martens (Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim), S. McKee (University of Strathclyde, Scotland), H. NeURzert (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany), D. Sundstrom (The Swedish Institute of Applied Mathematics, Stockholm), A. Tayler (University of Oxford, England) and Hj. Wacker (University of Linz, Austria). The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry is dedicated to: (a) promote the use of mathematical models in Industry (b) educate industrial mathematicians to meet the growing demand for such experts (c) operate on a European scale. ECMI is still a young organisation but its membership is growing fast. Although it has still to persuade more industrialists to join, ECMI certainly operates on a European scale and a flourishing postgraduate programme with student exchange has been underway for some time. It is perhaps fitting that the first open meeting of ECMI was held at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Glasgow is and was the industrial capital of Scotland and was, and arguably still is, Britain's second city after London; when this volume appears it will have rightly donned the mantle of the cultural capital of Europe.

Mathematics in Industrial Problems

Mathematics in Industrial Problems

  • Author: Avner Friedman
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9780387985183
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 189
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This is the tenth volume in the series "Mathematics in Industrial Prob lems. " The motivation for these volumes is to foster interaction between Industry and Mathematics at the "grass roots level;" that is, at the level of specific problems. These problems come from Industry: they arise from models developed by the industrial scientists in ventures directed at the manufacture of new or improved products. At the same time, these prob lems have the potential for mathematical challenge and novelty. To identify such problems, I have visited industries and had discussions with their scientists. Some of the scientists have subsequently presented their problems in the IMA Seminar on Industrial Problems. The book is based on the seminar presentations and on questions raised in subse quent discussions. Each chapter is devoted to one of the talks and is self contained. The chapters usually provide references to the mathematical literature and a list of open problems which are of interest to the industrial scientists. For some problems a partial solution is indicated briefly. The last chapter of the book contains a short description of solutions to some of the problems raised in the previous volume, as well as references to papers in which such solutions have been published. The speakers in the Seminar on Industrial Problems have given us at the IMA hours of delight and discovery.

Educational Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry

Educational Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry

Report on an ICMI-ICIAM-Study

  • Author: Alain Damlamian,José Francisco Rodrigues,Rudolf Sträßer
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 3319022709
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 466
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This book is the “Study Book” of ICMI-Study no. 20, which was run in cooperation with the International Congress on Industry and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM). The editors were the co-chairs of the study (Damlamian, Straesser) and the organiser of the Study Conference (Rodrigues). The text contains a comprehensive report on the findings of the Study Conference, original plenary presentations of the Study Conference, reports on the Working Groups and selected papers from all over world. This content was selected by the editors as especially pertinent to the study each individual chapter represents a significant contribution to current research.

Mathematics for Industry

Mathematics for Industry

Challenges and Frontiers. A Process View: Practice and Theory

  • Author: David R. Ferguson,Thomas J. Peters,Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  • Publisher: SIAM
  • ISBN: 9780898715989
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 249
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The papers were elicited primarily from Mathematics for Industry: Challenges and Frontiers, a conference sponsored by SIAM in October, 2003.

Proceedings of the First European Symposium on Mathematics in Industry

Proceedings of the First European Symposium on Mathematics in Industry

ESMI I, October 30-November 1, 1985, Amsterdam

  • Author: Michiel Hazewinkel,Robert M. M. Mattheij,E. W. C. van Groesen
  • Publisher: B. G. Teubner Gmbh
  • ISBN: 9783519021704
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 238
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Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2010

Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2010

  • Author: Michael Günther,Andreas Bartel,Markus Brunk,Sebastian Schöps,Michael Striebel
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 3642251005
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Page: 670
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ECMI, the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry, is the European brand associated with applied mathematics for industry and organizes highly successful biannual conferences. In this series, the ECMI 2010, the 16th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry, was held in the historic city hall of Wuppertal in Germany. It covered the mathematics of a wide range of applications and methods, from circuit and electromagnetic device simulation to model order reduction for chip design, uncertainties and stochastics, production, fluids, life and environmental sciences, and dedicated and versatile methods. These proceedings of ECMI 2010 emphasize mathematics as an innovation enabler for industry and business, and as an absolutely essential pre-requiste for Europe on its way to becoming the leading knowledge-based economy in the world.