Currently, there are 26 accepted minisymposia:

  • M1. Mathematical models in a disease and epidemiological context (Wolfgang Bock and Thomas Götz);
  • M2. Minisymposium on topological data analysis (Paweł Dłotko, Michał Lipiński, Justyna Signerska-Rynkowska, and Rafał Topolnicki);
  • M3. Minisymposium on non-Gaussian time series analysis for local damage detection (Agnieszka Wyłomańska and Radosław Zimroz);
  • M4. Current trends in portfolio risk assessment and management (Burcu Aydogan and Mervan Aksu);
  • M5. Requirements, Tools and Applications in the Simulation of Fluid Technical Netwoks (Gerd Steinebach, Michael Hilden, Tanja Clees, Michael Bareev-Rudy);
  • M6. Mathematics for Industry in Modelling: Microwaves, Vortices and Geometric Design (Kenji Kajiwara, Yasuhide Fukumoto, Mark McGuiness, Yoshiki Jikumaru);
  • M7. Mathematical Methods in Cardiology (Grzegorz Graff, Ulrich Parlitz);
  • M8. Efficient numerical solutions of applied differential equations (Róbert Horváth);
  • M9. EU-MATHS-IN: Success Stories of Mathematical Technologies in Societal Challenges and Industry (Manuel Cruz, William Lee, Amélia Caldeira, Matthias Ehrhardt);
  • M10. Computational mathematics for partial differential equations: theory and applications (Łukasz Płociniczak, Karolina Kropielnicka);
  • M11. Neural network-based numerical solution of ODEs and PDEs (Imre Fekete, Ferenc Izsák);
  • M12. Analysis and Numerics of port-Hamiltonian Systems (Matthias Ehrhardt, Björn Liljegren-Sailer);
  • M13. ECMI SIG: Mathematics for Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (Alessandra Micheletti, Natasa Krejic);
  • M14. ECMI SIG: Computational Methods for Finance and Energy Markets (Matthias Ehrhardt, Rafal Weron);
  • M15. Nordic-African collaboration in Applied & Industrial Mathematics in the Eastern Africa Region (Matti Heilio, John Mango, Bengt Ove
    Turesson, Verdiana Masanja, Poul Hjorth, Guttorm Alendal);
  • M16. Mathematics for the environment (Timothy Myers, Francesc Font, Maria Aguareles, Abel Valverde, Lucy Auton, Ellen Luckins, Francesco Paparella, Marc Calvo);
  • M17. Mathematics for the Digital Factory (Joachim Linn, Dietmar Hoemberg);
  • M18. Minisymposium on stochastic models for climate, finance and insurance data (Anna Panorska, Agnieszka Wyłomańska);
  • M19. Mathematics for Industry in the Netherlands: Trending Topics (Neil Budko, Wil Schilders);
  • M20. Unraveling neural networks with structure-preserving computing (Wil Schilders, Philipp Horn, Toby van Gastelen, Xia);
  • M21. Modelling simulation and optimization in electrical engineering (MSOEE) (Idoia Cortes Garcia, Sebastian Schöps, Giovanni Mascali, Vittorio Romano, Iryna Kulchytska-Ruchka, María del Pilar Salgado Rodríguez, Maria Dolores Gomez Pedreira);
  • M22. The Essence of Mathematics in Industry (Poul G Hjorth, Agnieszka Wyłomańska, Janusz Szwabiński, Hilary Ockendon, Kamil Kulesza);
  • M23. Selected Aspects of Education in Applied Mathematics (Marek Teuerle, Christophe Picard);
  • M24. Recent challenges in high-order accurate numerical methods for differential equations (Milene Santos, Ricardo Costa);
  • M25. Mathematical and physical modeling of single particle tracking experiments (Krzysztof Burnecki, Joseph Klafter, Marcin Magdziarz, Aleksander Weron);
  • M26. Stochastic Modelling in Insurance and Reinsurance (Krzysztof Burnecki, Zbigniew Michna, Marek Teuerle).

Stay tuned for further updates.
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