Appel à projet MI-Net (-->26/08)




We are pleased to announce that funding calls for One day themed Industrial Workshops (up to €1k) Mathematical Modelling Training Weeks (up to €10k) Research visits (Short-Term Scientific Missions) (up to €2k) [Short-Term Scientific Missions can be of 5-180 days duration, and can, for example, be used to participate in existing European Study Groups with Industry, please see the ESGI webpage for upcoming…


The next deadline for MI-Net funding calls is August 26 2016. Note that this call funds activities that will take place after May 1st 2017


MI-Net is a EU Cost project. It aims to facilitate more effective widespread application of mathematics to all industrial sectors, by encouraging interaction between mathematicians and industrialists, in particular through:

  1. Industry-driven problem solving workshops, and
  2. Academia-driven training and secondment


This network has three objectives:

  • Development of knowledge needing international coordination: new or improved theory/model/scenario/project/simulation/narrative/methodology/technology/technique: Through the coordination and support of Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs), European Study Groups with Industry (ESGI), Industrial Workshops, and Modelling Weeks, this Action aims to promote collaboration in, and the benefits of, industrial mathematics.
  • Dissemination of research results to stakeholders (excluding specific input in view of knowledge application): Meeting and technical reports, case studies, Information/results and lessons learnt from all activities will be shared so that the wider industrial mathematics community can benefit from this Action. This in turn will increase the profile of Mathematics in Industry.
  • Involving specific target groups (e.g. Newly established research groups, Early-Stage Researchers, the under-represented gender, teams for countries/regions with less capacity in the field of the Action). Events in Inclusive Target Countries and applications from Early Career Investigators will be prioritised.

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