“Models, Simulation, Optimization:
Mathematical Technologies for Industrial Innovation in Europe”



Scientific Committee

Maria J. Esteban
Antonio Fasano
Michael Günther
Zoltán Horváth
Volker Merhmann
Roberto Natalini
Tito Orlandi
Mario Primicerio
Peregrina Quintela
Wil Schilders
Antonino Sgalambro
Alberto Tesei

Program of the event

19 December 14:30 – 17:00

“Success Stories of Mathematical Technologies for Industrial Innovation”: I Session

20 December 09:00 – 13:00

“Success Stories of Mathematical Technologies for Industrial Innovation”: II and III Sessions

20 December 14:30 – 17:00

Institutional Round Table

20 December 20:30 – 23:30

Social Dinner

21 December 09:00 – 13:00

EU-MATHS-IN Council Meeting

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Institutional Round Table

Moderator: Eugenio Occorsio, La Repubblica

Official Greetings
Mario Stefanini, Centro Linceo Interdisciplinare

Introduction: The potential benefits of Mathematical Technologies for Industrial Innovation
Massimo Inguscio, President of the National Research Council

MISE Policies to foster Knowledge Transfer in the field of Mathematical Technologies
Antonio Bartoloni, MISE, Sustainable Development and Competitiveness Policies Department

Mathematical Technologies and Innovation: CNR-Confindustria and the SPIN platform experiences
Nicoletta Amodio, Confindustria, Industrial Policies Area

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) in Horizon 2020
Daniela Corda, National Research Council, Italian Delegate for Horizon 2020

Innovation: a driver for boosting employment in Europe
Cinzia Maiolino, CGIL, Industrial Policies Coordination

Discussion and Conclusions

List of speakers

  • Austria: IMNA (Industrial Mathematics Network for Austria)Peter Kritzer: “Platemod: A model-based production system”
  • Bulgaria: Tihomir Ivanov: “A success story from the Bulgarian ESGIs”
  • Czech Republic: Czech Network for Mathematics in IndustryMiroslav Tuma: “Modeling and Simulation of Float Glass Forming Process”
  • France: AMIES (Agence pour les mathématiques en interaction avec l’entreprise et la société) Stephane Cordier: ”Some AMIES supported success stories in France with EDF, St Gobain, PREDICAL, Cie du vent, POLLEN, Hager”
  • Germany: KoMSO (Committee for Mathematical Modelling, Simulation and Optimisation)Hans Georg Bock: “Optimum Experimental Design for Nonlinear Dynamical Models – Mathematical Basic Research of High Economic Impact”
  • Hungary: HU-MATHS-INTibor Csendes: “Optimization of LED based public lighting units”
  • Ireland: Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and IndustrySinead Burke: “Feedback from 10 years of industrial mathematics in Ireland”
  • Italy: Sportello Matematico per l’Industria ItalianaMaurizio Ceseri: “Innovating Confocal Microscopy at Crestoptics: a Success Story of the Italian Network”
  • Norway: Norwegian EU-MATHS-IN NetworkMarkus Grasmair:”SURF imaging for contrast improvement in ultrasound imaging”
  • Poland: Polish Service Network for mathematics in Industry and Innovations PL-MATHS-INWojciech Okrasinski: “Modelling of the machines damage detection for Polish mines”
  • Portugal: PT-MATHS-INManuel Cruz: “Modeling, Simulating and Optimizing the stock of an automotive spare parts wholesaler”
  • Spain: math-in (Red española matemática-industria)Carlos Parés: ”Some successful stories of the Spanish Network for Mathematics
    & Industry math-in”
  • Sweden: Swedish EU-MATHS-IN Network Ozan Öktem: “Inverse problems in mathematical imaging sciences and applications to the health care sector”
  • The Netherlands: Platform Wiskunde Nederland Kees Vuik: “Boosting Productivity of an Alumina Cement Plant through Computational Fluid Dynamics”
  • United Kingdom: William Lee: “Predicting Alumina Quality”