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The Math Department is pleased to
be hosting the 31st Annual Mathematical Problems in
Industry (MPI) workshop from June 22 to June 26,
2015. Sponsored by the National Science
Foundation, MPI is a problem solving workshop that
attracts leading applied mathematicians and scientists
from universities, industry, and national laboratories.
The MPI Workshop is a lively, 5-day interaction on the
problems of interest to science and industry. On the
first day, the industry representatives present their
problems to the whole group. These problems vary widely
in nature from those requiring basic physical modeling
to those requiring significant computation (a partial
list of problems brought to previous workshops is
included in this site). For the rest of the week, the
workshop participants break up into small working groups
consisting of senior faculty and attending scientists,
graduate students, and the industrial representatives,
to discuss and tackle the problems in an informal
setting. On the last day of the workshop, an academic
representative from each group presents the results of
the week's work and discusses possible future
directions. A written report detailing the progress made
during the workshop is prepared subsequently and sent to
the industry representatives. The format of the workshop
is not strict and some variation is possible. The MPI
2015 Organizing Committee is committed to working with
representatives from industry to meet their needs and we
are especially interested in encouraging new contacts
with industry while maintaining existing ones.
Join us! Join the fun!
Travel and lodging support is
available for young faculty, postdocs and graduate
students. More details including testimonials and
registration information can be found at http://www.mathsci.udel.edu/events/conferences/mpi2015/Pages/default.aspx.
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