ECMI Modelling Week 2019

Darmstadt Artists' Colony, Source: Ikar.us, CC BY 3.0 de.

The 33rd ECMI Mathematical Modelling Week will be organized by the Center for Computational Engineering of the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and will take place from February 24 to March, 3, 2019 in Darmstadt, Germany. ECMI has been running annual Modelling Weeks for students since 1988. Students come from all over Europe to spend a week working in small multinational groups on projects which are based on real-life problems. Each group is led by an ECMI instructor who introduces the problem – usually formulated in non-mathematical terms – on the first day and then helps to guide the students to a solution during the week. The students present their results to the other groups on the last day and then write up their work as a report. The main aims of the Modelling Weeks are to train students in Mathematical Modelling and stimulate their collaboration and communication skills, in a multinational environment. Attendance at a Modelling week is an integral part of the ECMI certificate and of many of the masters courses run at ECMI centres but many other students have also learned new skills by attending one of these very successful courses. A number of similar Modelling Weeks or Modelling Camps are organised by ECMI members each year. A full list of previous events can be found here.

Time

24.2. - 3.3. 2019

Venue

Technische Universität Darmstadt
Center for Computational Engineering
Dolivostraße 15
64293 Darmstadt
Germany

Preliminary time table

SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
MorningArrivalGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkFinal presentation of group workDeparture
AfternoonRegistration and problem presentationGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkGroup WorkSocial program: Excursion to the GSI FacilityDeparture
EveningDinner in hostelDinner in hostelDinner in hostelDinner in hostelDinner in hostelDinner in hostelSocial program: Dinner in the "Lichtenberghaus"Departure

Problem descriptions

The current list of modelling problems can be found here.

Included are

  • Lodging and full boarding
  • Public transport in Darmstadt
  • An organized trip to the particle accelerator GSI is planned
  • Workshop dinner

Student fees

  • 300 Euro for students from ECMI nodes
  • 350 Euro for students from non-ECMI institutions

Grants for students

The organizers can award grants (partial or full exemption from registration fee) to students who are not supported by the sending university. If you wish to apply for a grant, send an application (CV, motivation letter, transcript of records and a letter from your university stating that you don't receive any university support for the participation) to the organizers, see details here.

Deadlines

  • Instructors are invited to apply at ecmi(at)ce.tu-darmstadt.de until Oct. 31, 2018. Notice of acceptance will be given at latest until Nov. 1, 2018.
  • Application for student grants is open from Nov. 1, 2018 until Nov. 30, 2018 Dec. 14, 2018. Grant decisions will be sent individually to all applicants at least a week before registration deadline. Details are given here.
  • Registration for student participation is open from Nov. 1, 2018 until Dec. 31, 2018 Jan. 25, 2019. Details are given here.

Contact

Herbert Egger, Idoia Garcia Cortes, Sebastian Schöps
ecmi(at)ce.tu-darmstadt.de

Contact

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Graduate School CE
Dolivostraße 15
D-64293 Darmstadt

Phone+49 6151/16-24401
Fax -24404
OfficeS4|10-322

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Open BSc/MSc Theses

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