Virtual European Study Group 162
20-24 July 2020
European Study Groups with Industry are an internationally recognised method of technology transfer between academic mathematicians and industry. European Study Groups with Industry are week long workshops that provide a forum for problem presenters from businesses and non-academic institutions to work alongside academic mathematicians and data scientists on real-world problems of direct relevance.
162nd European Study Group with Industry was due to take place at the University of Leeds.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 162nd European Study Group with Industry took place online. The Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences (V-KEMS) will support the on-line hosting of this event.
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Registration is now closed.
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JOINING INSTRUCTIONS will be emailled on Friday 17 July.
Problems being lined up for the study group include:
- A problem to develop climate crisis stress tests to assess corporate bonds.
- Dstl – the science inside UK national security is considering the problem of uncertainty quantification of self-organised swarms of drone sensors.
- Faraday Predictive Ltd want to understand the relative magnitude of distortions to motor current arising from changes in motor load, eccentricity and rotor condition.
- Innovation Embassy would like to estimate the total amount that online customers will spend based on limited data, including how the customer arrives at the website and their initial purchase.
- Transfinite (problem 1) want to quantify risk under deployment uncertainty in radio spectrum management.
- Transfinite (problem 2) would like to assess the probability of satellite collision and/or the number of avoidance manoeuvres that would be needed in busy orbit shells.
A further 2 problems are being prepared and will be announced soon.