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68th European Study Group with Industry

| University of Southampton | 30 March - 3 April 2009 |

 
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Welcome to the 68th European Study Group with Industry.

Welcome to the 68th European Study Group with Industry. The deadline for registration was Thursday 12 March 2009 and registration is now closed. If you are desparate to attend the study group please contact Prof. Colin Please at C.P.Please@soton.ac.uk stating your situation and requirements.

Where is the 68th European Study Group with Industry?

The 68th European Study Group with Industry will be held in Southampton from the 30th of March to the 3rd of April 2009, and will be hosted by the School of Mathematics on the Highfield Campus at the University of Southampton.

Who Can I Contact for More Information?

If you can’t find the information you are looking for on this website by using the links at the top of the page please contact Prof. Colin Please at C.P.Please@soton.ac.uk

What is a European Study Group with Industry?

Study Groups with Industry are an internationally recognized highlight of UK applied mathematics. They have been held annually in the UK for nearly 40 years, and provide a forum for industrialists to work alongside established academic mathematicians, postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students on problems of direct industrial importance. They have forged links that have led to many long-term collaborations.

The success of the Study Groups' unique format, using problems presented by industry as the basis for mathematical research, is shown by the extent to which it has been copied around the world. Study Groups are now also held annually in the USA, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, China and Australia. As Denmark and the Netherlands have embraced the Study Group format, the UK events have become the central component of a wider European series: for example the 2007 UK Study Group at the University of Nottingham was the 59th European Study Group with Industry (ESGI).

European collaboration is achieved by the overseas participation in the UK Study Groups, particularly of younger researchers. Many of the most committed UK participants are in demand as invited international experts at Study Group overseas.

How Can I Participate in the Study Group?

Registration will soon be open via the Registration link above. However, if you would like more information about the 68th European Study Group with Industry then please contact Prof. Colin Please at C.P.Please@soton.ac.uk.

A problem

shared...

...is a problem

solved!

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UK Graduate Modelling Week.

A short instructional course will take place in Nottingham from 23-27 March. The course is aimed at postgraduate students and is organised by the London Mathematical Society with funding from EPSRC.

http://www.lms.ac.uk/activities/rmc/sc/44poster.html