How Study Groups Work
ESGI provides a forum for:
The university participants (faculty members, postdoctoral researchers and doctoral students) give their time freely, and come from a wide spread of UK universities, with some overseas visitors. This gives a wide range of expertise, and scope for several different approaches to be applied to each problem.
Wider Benefits to Industry
Past industrial participants have found that ESGI has:
The week-long workshop attracts over 80 mathematicians from a wide range of backgrounds to work on the selected industrial problems.
On the first day the industrial participants outline their problems and their objectives.
The next three 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 Friday the progress and recommended routes forward are presented.
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by D. Mortimer