Open position for amanuensis helping with administration for CIM
CIM is currently looking for a student to work as an amanuensis helping with the administration of CIM.
Open PhD positions at CIM 2019
CIM is currently looking for candidates for up to three PhD positions in interdisciplinary mathematics.
Introduction to Privacy-Aware Decisions - A Full-Day Workshop in Data Sciences, Spring 2019
This is a one-full-day workshop (1 hp) on Tuesday April 23 2019 on Privacy-Aware Decisions. The workshop includes introductory tutorials, research talks/seminars and culminates in an open discussion led by domain experts in privacy, security and geospatial analytics. More information about the event and how to sign up is available at the events website.
AimDay - Math in Industry 2017
On October 10, CIM organizes AimDay - Math in Industry 2017. This is a follow-up of a similar successful event from 2016, where practitioners are invited to submit questions to be discussed jointly with researchers.
Thematic semester on Sequential Monte Carlo (SMC)
During Fall 2017, a thematic semester on Sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) will be organized.
New CIM PhD students
The CIM board has decided to admit seven new PhD students into the graduate school. These new students will begin in the Fall 2017.
AIMday Math in Industry
This year's AIMday focused on engaging with industry to help solve problems with mathematical components, including pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, numerical analysis, system technology, automation and control, image analysis, machine learning and data analysis, optimization, simulation and modeling, data visualization and more.
Machine learning in study of new galaxies
In a collaboration between CIM and astronomers at the Department of Physics and
Astronomy, machine learning takes the stage as a powerful tool in the interpretation of data on the first generations of galaxies. Read more.
Learning from ants how to build transportation networks
Using mathematical modeling and field data, researchers at CIM and the mathematics department at Uppsala University have found the basic rules that allow ants to build efficient and low cost transport networks without discarding robustness. The study is now published on the Royal Society journal Interface.
Open PhD positions at CIM
We are currently looking for highly qualified candidates for up to five PhD positions in interdisciplinary mathematics.
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