Who can participate? If you are a mathematical scientist (mathematician, physicist, computer scientist, data scientist or engineer with a strong mathematical background) then you can join a Study Group as an academic participant and have a great experience working on a new challenge as part of a team.

Why participate? The overall aim is to enable and create longer-term collaborations between academics, businesses and the society; MSc and PhD projects, industrial funding, joint research proposals for local and EU funding, consulting agreements etc. This is also an excellent opportunity for PhD students and new PhD-holders to collaborate with companies and possibly secure a job offer. After the Study Group a report with the results is written by the academics and sent to the company, and  journal publications frequently arise.

How can you participate?  ESGI146 has been completed. However, if you are interested in joining future workshops please fill in the registration form below. 

Do I have to pay? Participation is free for researchers and all local expenses (accommodation and meals) are covered. We are always aiming for a mix of senior and junior researchers and for a range of mathematical expertise.  All participants are responsible for organising and funding their own travel to and from Nicosia and their local transport (some travel awards are usually available so please indicate if you would like to be considered). We expect researchers to be active team members during the workshop and we assume that participants will be present during the whole week. Otherwise,  if you have any date restrictions (or other information you would like to share) please let us know in the “Other information” space below.

Testimonials from ESGI125

“This was a very successful meeting and the followup has been remarkable. I hope it will be the first of many”. – Dr Hilary Ockendon (Oxford University, academic participant).

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