ESGI (European Study Group with Industry) is Europe's leading workshop bringing together academic mathematicians and industrial companies. These week-long workshops have been held annually since 1968 and were previously known as the Oxford Study Groups with Industry, where they attracted leading mathematicians to work on industrial problems. In Denmark these workshops are conducted alternately at DTU and at SDU.
Companies bring to the Study Group mathematical questions they would like to have solved, often in the form of a modelling problem or an optimization issue. The mathematicians work in groups around each problem, presenting at the end of the week to the companies the result of their efforts, and afterwards a written report.
The fee for submission a problem is DKK 25.000. Contact one of the organizors by email for information on how to submit a problem.
There is no participation fee for academics and Ph.D. students. Complete the following form to register.
In connection with the study group, there is a Ph.D. course: (DTU Course 02940) Modern Methods in Industrial Mathematics. This 5 ECTS course includes participation in the study group, and begins four days before the 'regular' study group with three 1-day lecture courses in various topics.
For ESGI 121 the lecturers will be:
* 11/8 Łukasz Płociniczak (Wrocław):
Applications of Fractional Derivatives
* 12/8 Thomas Stidsen (DTU):
An introduction to Operations Research
* 13/8 Stefan Neumeyer (DTU/G-O):
* TEKNOVA: Thermal Properties of Fiber Rope.
* WESTRUP: Balancing Vibrations.
* DMI: Automatic Visibility Determination.
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