32nd European Study Group with Industry, Final Report

Jens Gravesen (Editor), Poul G. Hjorth (Editor)

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    Abstract

    ESGI (European Study Group with Industry) is Europe's leading workshop for interaction between mathematicians and industry. These workshops have taken place in Great Britain for a number of years, going back to 1968 when Prof. Alan Tayler initiated the so-called Oxford Study Group with Industry. The coordiantion of the study groups is now done by the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI).This is the final report for the first study group in Denmark, (and the first ESGI outside Great Britain). Six Danish companies brought problems to the Study Group, requiring a wide range of mathematical expertise.Danfoss wanted a an analysis and optimization of a scroll compressor.DANISCO wanted a model for the heat and moisture transport in sugar silos.Danish Maritime Institute wanted to optimize a dynamical position system in order to keep a wessel stationary on the surface of the ocean.Grundfos wanted a model describing the chlorination of swimming pools.LEGO wanted an algorithm for building an arbitrary model with LEGO bricks in stable manner.SCANtechnology wanted an algorithm to identify features in an image from a 3D laser scanning.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLyngby
    PublisherDepartment of Mathematics, Technical University of Denmark
    Number of pages130
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    Event32nd European Study Group with Industry - Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
    Duration: 31 Aug 19984 Sep 1998
    Conference number: 32
    http://www.maths-in-industry.org/past/ESGI/32/

    Conference

    Conference32nd European Study Group with Industry
    Number32
    LocationTechnical University of Denmark
    CountryDenmark
    CityLyngby
    Period31/08/199804/09/1998
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