logo_IMI European Study Group with Industry'95 (ESGI'95)

September 23 - 27, 2013, Sofia, Bulgaria

What is SGI
SGI format
For Companies
For academic participants
Important dates
Booklet "Problems and Final Reports"
Presentation of prof. Wil Schilders

SGI format

The week-long workshop attracts researchers and engineers from a wide range of backgrounds to work on the selected industrial problems.

On the first day the industrial representatives outline their project and their objectives.

The next three of days are devoted to brainstorming, modelling and solving the problems closely guided by the industrial representative.
Participants are free to apply their expertise to any of the projects.

On the last day the progress and recommended routes forward are presented. Subsequently, a report containing the results, comments, ideas and suggestions on each problem is written to provide a formal record for both the industrial and academic participants. The reports of the working groups are assembled in a booklet to form the Study Group Final Report.

Some reports from previous study groups are available at: http://miis.maths.ox.ac.uk/past/