XIII Forum Mathematics Industry

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June 8th, 2018 it will be held at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) the XIII Forum Mahtematics Industry, It will be arranged by groups of applied mathematics, statistics and operations research from the three Galician universities that are consolidating their efforts to transfer technology to industry and the productive sector, via the Technological Institute for Industrial Mathematics, ITMATI.

In this XIII Forum, the invited companies will present problems in their field to be addressed using mathematical and numerical methods, statistics and operations research: modelling, process and device simulation, computer-aided engineering (CAE), etc. Among other, there will be problems related to fluid mechanics, structural analysis, heat transfer, acoustics, electromagnetism, quantitative finance, support decision making, statistical advice and analysis, quality control, risk analysis, process optimization, inventory control, etc.


  • Present potential needs of industry and enterprise in relation to mathematical methods, numerical simulation, statistics and operations research and look for solutions.
  • Increase relations between business and the University in the field of applied mathematics, show the potential of mathematics, numerical simulation, statistics and operations research, and promote cooperation.
  • Promote the use of mathematical models, computational techniques and numerical simulation, statistical techniques, data analysis, information exploitation, etc. in industry.
  • Open lines of research focusing on topics of interest to business and industry.
  • Encourage the incorporation of technical expertise in business.


COLLABORATING ENTITIES: The Ministry of Culture, Education and University Management of the Xunta de Galicia collaborate with this XII Forum through the Technological Network of Industrial Mathematics (TMATI Network) and the agreement that ITMATI has with this Ministry.



Fri, 2018-06-08 09:00 - 19:00
Facultad de MAtemáticas, USC