8-12 April 2019
University of Cambridge
Companies have a possibility to benefit from the insights gained through mathematical analysis of their problems.
Present your problem to the lead mathematicians to brainstorm new ideas and work towards practical solutions. Each company will benefit from the work carried out by the participants, the interaction with academics, and the written report on the problem.Find out more
Study groups provide a unique opportunity for academics to work with industry to come up with new ideas and potential solutions for real problems.
Academic participants with backgrounds in all strands of mathematics are welcome and encouraged: The Cambridge Study Group will feature different problems that will be amenable to a wide range of different mathematical techniques.Find out more
|09:00||Group Work||Group Work||Group Work||Presentation Session 1|
|09:45||Problem Session 1|
|10:45||Tea and coffee||Tea and coffee||Tea and coffee||Tea and coffee|
|11:00||Tea and Coffee||Review Session||Presentation Session 2|
|11:15||Group Work||Group Work|
|11:20||Problem Session 2|
|13:20||Presentation Session 3|
|13:45||Group Work||Group Work||Group Work|
|13:50||Outline of the ISCF|
|14:00||Problem Session 3|
|14:10||Conclusion and Awards|
|15:15||ESGI Problem Logistics||Tea and Coffee|
|15:30||Tea and coffee||Tea and coffee||Tea and coffee|
|15:45||Group Work||Group Work|
|16:00||Group Work||Group Work|
|19:00||Bar Open||Bar Open||Group Work|
|Sponsored by Smith Institute|
ESGI145 was held at the University of Cambridge.