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Başlık:
Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2008
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9783642121104
Yayın Bilgileri:
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
XXI, 1083 p. 356 illus. online resource.
Seri:
Mathematics in Industry, 15
İçerik:
Plenary Lectures -- Minisymposia -- Contributed Papers.
Özet:
This volume is the Proceedings of the European Conference on Mathematics for Industry held in London in June 2008. The aim of the meeting was to reinforce the role of mathematics as an overarching resource for industry and business. Contributions cover a wide range of mathematical techniques and the applications include manufacturing and technology, finance and policy-making, networks, medicine, and sport.

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The 15th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry was held in the agreeable surroundings of University College London, just 5 minutes walk from the British Museum in the heart of London, over the ?ve warm, sunny days from 30 June to 4 July 2008. Participants from all over the world met with the commonaimofreinforcingthe roleofmathematics asanoverarching resource for industry and business. The conference attracted over 300 participants from 30 countries, most of them participating with either a contributed talk, a minisymposium pres- tation or a plenary lecture. 'Mathematics in Industry' was interpreted in its widest sense as can be seen from the range of applications and techniques described in this volume. We mention just two examples. The Alan Tayler Lecture was given by Mario Primicerio on a problem arising from moving oil through pipelines when temperature variations a?ect the shearing properties of wax and thus modify the ?ow. The Wacker Prize winner, Master's student Lauri Harhanen from the Helsinki University of Technology, showed how a novel piece of mathematics allowed new software to capture real-time images of teeth from the data supplied by present day dental machinery (see ECMI Newsletter 44). The meeting was attended by leading ?gures from government, bu- ness and science who all shared the same aim - to promote the application of innovative mathematics to industry, and identify industrial sectors that o?er the most exciting opportunities for mathematicians to provide new insight and new ideas.