Le MOnde des Mathématiques Industrielles (MOMI 2017) is a two-day workshop on applied and industrial mathematics that took place on the 27th and 28th of February, 2017. It was supported by Inria and financed by the Société des Mathématiques Appliquées (SMAI), the Agence pour les Mathématiques en Interaction avec l’Entreprise et la Société (AMIES), and by the Maison de la Modélisation, de la Simulation et des Interactions of Université Côte d’Azur (MSI – UCA). In total, 13 invited speakers and 62 participants (researchers, PhDs , and engineers) attended MOMI 2017.
In the course of the workshop, participants had the opportunity to interact and exchange ideas, during the coffee/lunch breaks. Moreover, a dinner took place at the Albert premier restaurant in Antibes on the 27th of February. This social event provided the 52 attendees it attracted with a chance to further explore their common research interests and the possibility of future collaborations, all while enjoying a delightful dinner in a cozy atmosphere.
Nathalie Gayraud – PhD Student, ATHENA, Inria
Dora Karvouniari – PhD Student, BIOVISION, Inria
Konstantinos Mavreas – PhD Student, APICS, Inria
Christos Papageorgakis – PhD Student, ATHENA/APICS, Inria
Dimitra Politaki – PhD Student, NEO, Inria
Eleni Vatamidou – Post Doc, NEO, Inria
MOMI 2017 was supported by Inria and financed by the Société des Mathématiques Appliquées (SMAI) as a BOUge tes Maths (BOUM) project, by the Agence pour les Mathématiques en Interaction avec l’Entreprise et la Société (AMIES), within the context of the Investissement d’Avenir (IA) program – projets “Laboratoires d’excellence”, and by the Maison de la Modélisation, de la Simulation et des Interactions of Université Côte d’Azur (MSI – UCA) within the context of the “Joint, Excellent and Dynamic Initiative” (JEDI) projects
The morning sessions were dedicated to courses, delivered by two professors of the École Polytechnique of Paris, Leo LIBERTI and Marc LAVIELLE.
Professor LIBERTI, director of research at the CNRS, introduced the participants to mathematical modeling of industrial problems via a mathematical programming tutorial. Professor LAVIELLE, director of research at Inria Saclay and co-founder of many start-ups, delivered a course on modeling and simulation of pharmacometric models and presented applications on the Monolix software.
During the afternoon sessions, 11 industrialists and entrepreneurs described the mathematical techniques they implement in order to deal with their real-life industrial problems.
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