#SWI2023

Study Group Mathematics with Industry 2023

The Study Group Mathematics with Industry 2023 will be organized by a committee from the University of Groningen and will be held from January 30 to February 3, 2023.

SWI is part of the European Study Groups with Industry.

 


Welcome

The University of Groningen organises the next edition of the Study Group Mathematics with Industry (SWI). SWI 2023 will be held from January 30 to February 3, 2023.

What is SWI?

The Study Group Mathematics with Industry (SWI) is a combined industrial–academic week-long workshop sponsored by NWO. Roughly seventy mathematicians, ranging from PhD students to full professors, work in groups on problems submitted by companies. Companies present a selection of problems on Monday. The participants devote the entire week to studying these problems in smaller groups, and present their results on Friday.

Costs

Participation is free of charge, including the lunches and dinners mentioned in the program. If needed, accommodation (also free of charge for a limited number of participants) will be arranged for participants.

SWI 2023

The University of Groningen will host the next edition of the Study Group Mathematics with Industry. SWI 2023 will be held from January 30 to February 3, 2023.

What is SWI?

The Study Group Mathematics with Industry (SWI) is a combined industrial–academic week-long workshop sponsored by NWO. Roughly seventy mathematicians work in groups on problems submitted by companies. Companies present a selection of problems on Monday. The participants devote the entire week to studying these problems in smaller groups, and present their results on Friday.

Fruitful collaborations

SWI is ideal for companies that are new to cooperation with academia. The event is often a first step towards a fruitful long-term collaboration between companies and academia.

Participate

If you wish to contribute a problem to SWI 2023, please contact the organization committee through swi2023@rug.nl. We will then contact you to discuss the details of the suggested problem and whether it is suitable for SWI. Discussions about suggested problems have turned out to be very fruitful for companies. After the discussion about a suggested problem, a formal decision about acceptance will made by the SWI organization committee. If your problem is accepted, a representative of your company is expected to be available at various moments during the week.

Costs

The costs of participating as a company are €1750.

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    Registration form

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    Do you need hotel accommodation during the week and, if yes, are you willing to share a room with another participant?

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    Do you give permission to publish your name, affiliation and profile picture (if uploaded) on the participants list on the SWI website? After registration, we would like to publish these.

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    Participating in SWI 2023 includes contributing to scientific proceedings.

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    SWI 2023

    This one-week workshop connects mathematicians with companies to solve their industrial problem.

    Video about Mathematics with Industry 2019 by WUR

    Companies

    Companies that wish to propose a problem for SWI 2023 are kindly requested to contact the local organization committee at the University of Groningen, by sending an email to swi2023@rug.nl.

    Mathematicians

    Registration is now open! Mathematicians who would like further information are kindly requested to send an email to swi2023@rug.nl.

    Social Media

    We invite you to follow the Linkedin-page of the Study Group Mathematics with Industry.

    The Organization Committee for SWI 2023

    • Stephan Trenn (chair)
    • Tobias Müller
    • Hildeberto Jardon Kojakhmetov
    • Tamás Görbe
    • Nikolay Martynchuk
    • Alden Waters
    • Pieter Tibboel
    • Julian Koellermeier
    • Ineke Schelhaas (Management Office Assistant)

    Advisors:

    • Juan Peypequet
    • Wim Krijnen
    • Matthijs de Jong
    • Roel Verstappen

    SWI 2023 News

    No news available