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The 22nd ECMI Modelling Week 2008
European Student Workshop on Mathematical Modelling in Industry and Commerce
TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands, August 17-24, 2008.Schedule | Registration | Accomodation | Organizing Committee and contact | Location | Dinner suggestions | Tourist info
The workshop is supported by generous grants of the TU Eindhoven and the ECMI Educational committee.
The purpose of the student workshop is to train students in using mathematical
modelling in development of technical systems and in economics.
ReportsGroup 1: Mathematical modelling of the pumping kite wind generator: optimization of the power output
Members: Joachim Krenciszek, Saheed Ojo Akindeinde, Hans Braun, Clement Marcel, Eric Okyere
Instructor: Ivan Argatov
Group 2: Odometry for train location
Members: Bubacarr Bah, Eva Jungabel, Monika Kowalska, Christian Leithauser, Ankur Pandey, Carsten Vogel
Instructor: Chris Coles
Group 3: Optimization of roundabouts
Members: Laura Fioretti, Fabio Piacentini, Lei Liu, Robert Setekera, Xijian Wang
Instructor: Jan Homeyer
Group 4: Modelling and simulation of ice/snow melting
Members: Patrick Kuerschner, Tuomo Maki-Marttunen, Sigmund Vestergaard, Sabrina Wandl
Instructor: Trond Kvamsdal
Group 5: Optimal design of composite laminates
Members: Anna Geyer, Sebastian Rau, Stephane Veys, Jere Heikkinen, Tommi Perala
Instructor: Eduardo Muñoz
Group 6: Modelling pattern formation in biology: distribution of trichomes in arabidopsis thaliana
Members: Akinwumi S. Michael, Al-Aifari Reema, Liu Jie, Nguyen Thien Tuan, Suominen Ilpo, Wikmark Johan
Instructor: Sergiy Pereverzyev
Group 7: Approximation and prediction of characteristic curves of combustion engines
Members: Maria Kudela, Matylda Jablonska, Volha Shchetnikava, Leonie Karbach, Magnus Dahler Norling, Daniel Gerth, Viet Long Nguyen, Chongrrui Zhou
Instructors: Rene Schneider, Hansjörg Schmidt
Group 8: Factory fires
Members: Ada Lau, Hanna Okrasinska, Heiko Weichelt, Zhen Wu
Instructor: Jan ten Thije Boonkkamp
Group 9: Fluid flow and analyte diffusion in microfluidic devices
Members: Hermes Gadelha, Siri-Malen Hoynes, Kjetil A. Johannessen, Xiangwen Kong, Sean McGinty and Sudhir Srivastava
Instructor: Robert Whittaker
RegistrationThe costs are the following:
AccomodationStudents: you will stay at
You don't have to arrange the booking yourself, this will be done by the organizers.
You do need to indicate your name and sex (and whether you plan to take a laptop, see below)
to us via your local contact person, as rooms will be shared with 2 students.
In case you still want to contact the hotel:
Instructors: you are free in choosing your accomodation yourself.
Be advised that this is a small-scale, family-run hotel.
After arrival, arrangements have to be made with the hotel owners.
For instance, it may be impossible to enter the hotel after 22:00.
Please indicate to us if you would like to share a room.
All hotels are within walking distance of the train station and the campus.
Organizing Committee and contact(Note that "@"-signs in the email addresses are replaced by spaces on purpose for spam reasons)
PLEASE USE THIS EMAIL ADDRESS: ecmi2008 listserver.tue.nl
LocationMain location: Traverse on the campus of TU Eindhoven.
The campus is on 5 minutes walking distance of the train station of Eindhoven (exit north side).
The campus is also conveniently close to the city center with many dining options (see below).
A map of the campus can be found here.
Here are directions to, and a map of the campus.
Parking at the campus is always available, the rate is about 0.50 euro per hour.
Nearby airports are Eindhoven Airport, Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, and Brussels Airport. From Schiphol Airport, direct trains to Eindhoven leave twice an hour (:14 and :44). Travel time is 1.5 hours. See here for more train info.
From Eindhoven Airport, you can take the bus to Eindhoven Central Station. Buy a "strippenkaart" (15 strips), preferably at a kiosk as this is cheaper than in the bus.
FacilitiesThe organizers will provide a number of rooms for group discussions and a larger room for the presentations. If you are in possession of a laptop, we warmly encourage you to bring it with you, as this may be very practical for the work. If you plan to bring a laptop, please inform your local contact person. To be able to use the wireless internet at TU Eindhoven, you'll have to register beforehand as will be announced in an email.
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