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Minisymposium"Industrial Mathematics Around the World" will be held at ICIAM2015

Aug.9 - Aug.14, 2015 conf

Minisymposium "Industrial Mathematics Around the World" will be held at the 8th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics(ICIAM2015) from Aug.9-Aug.14, 2015 in Beijing China. 


The aim of this section is to boost the use of mathematics as an industrial resource in China and around the world. It will highlight (i) the global experience in industrial mathematics and (ii) the new mathematical ideas that these activities have created as well as the exploitation of existing technologies to new applications. Members from APCMfI will make talks with the keywords "Industrial Mathematics, Maths-Industry Study Groups, Academic-Industrial Collaborations".

The tentative list of speakers are below. Detais will be frequentry udated.

1. Hua-Xiong Huang, York University, Canada My experience at the Chinese Study Groups
2. Yong-Ji Tan, Fudan University, China, Study Groups in China
3. Zhao-Hui Guo, Bao Steel Corporations, China, Bao Steel and the Study Group
4. Zhong-Geng Han, Information Engineering University of Zhengzhou, China, Power Allocation Strategy for Power-Split Hybrid Buses
5. Sean Bohun, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada, To Be Announced
6. Odile Marcotte, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, Modelling and Optimizing a System for Testing Electronic Circuit Boards
7. Pete Kramer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, U.S.A., Enhanced Training in the Mathematical Sciences: The GSMM Camp
8. Richard Moore, New Jersey Institute of Technology, U.S.A., The Year of Light in Industrial Mathematics: Case Studies from MPI
9. John Ockendon, University of Oxford, U.K., Industrial Mathematics in Europe - the First 50 Years
10. Peregrina Quintela, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Successful Mathematical Technology Transfer = Added Value for Both Companies and Research Groups
11. Poul Hjorth, The Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, A Flying Corps of Applied Mathematicians
12. Mario Primicerio, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy, The Need for a Successful European Strategy to Support Industrial Mathematics
13. Masato Wakayama, Kyushu University, Japan, Mathematics-for-Industry and Industry-for-Mathematics
14. Troy Farrell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, The Mathematics in Industry Study Group – Problem Solved!
15. Zainal Aziz, University of Technology Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, The Dawn of Malaysian Mathematics in Industry
16. Winston Sweatman, Massy University, Auckland, New Zealand, Mathematics-for-Industry Projects from New Zealand
17. Hua-Xiong Huang, York University, Canada, To Be Announced
18. Hao-Han Huang, Royal Bank of Canada, To Be Announced
19. Yong Wang, Everbright Securities, China, To Be Announced
20. Shi-Ge Peng, Shandong University, China, To Be Announced
21. Shu-Xing Chen, Fudan University, China, Study on Multidimensional Supersonic Flow and Shock Waves
22. Hong Liu, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University, China, The Equilibrium State Method for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws with Stiff Reaction Terms in Combustion and High Speed Chemical Reacting Flow
23. Benedetto Piccoli, Rutgers University, USA, Traffic Flow on Networks and Social Dynamics of Large Groups
24. Hua-Zhong Tang, Peking University, Numerical Schemes for the Special Relativistic Hydrodynamics
25. Li-Zhi Xiao, China University of Petroleum at Beijing, China, Mathematical Problems in Petroleum Well-Logging
26. Zhi-Jie Cai, Fudan University, China, Inverse Problem in Resistivity Well-Logging
27. Ai-Zhong Yue, China Petroleum Logging (CPL) Co., Ltd., The Latest Progress in Petroleum Well-Logging
28. Wei Chen, Shanghai Lixin Accounting College, China, Mathematical Model of Spontaneous Potential Well-Logging and its Numerical Solution



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