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(Tentative) Scientific Programme


Tuesday, April 13
08:50 Opening of the Conference
09:00 Nira Chamberlain, What's the Point: Why Maths Really Matters
09:30 Ginestra Bianconi, Multilayer networks: structure and function
10:00 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
10:20 MS (parallel)
12:00 Lunch Break of 90 minutes
13:30 Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb, t.b.a.
14:00 MS (parallel)
15:40 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
16:00 contributed (parallel)
17:40 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
18:00 Elisabetta Rocca, t.b.a.
18:30 end of day 1
19:00 Ice breaking Activities (esp. for Doctoral Students)



Wednesday, April 14
09:00 Mark McGuinness, Modelling, Microwaves, Moisture, Squircles, and Bauxite
09:30 Anile Prize, t.b.a.
10:00 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
10:20 MS (parallel)
12:00 Lunch Break of 90 minutes
13:30 Wacker Prize, t.b.a.
14:00 MS (parallel)
15:40 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
16:00 contributed (parallel)
17:40 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
18:00 Andrea Bertozzi, Minimal surface configurations for microparticles
18:30 end of day 2



Thursday, April 15
09:00 Anna-Karin Tornberg, t.b.a.
09:30 Eddie Wilson, Mathematical Problems in the Modelling of Transport and Traffic
10:00 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
10:20 MS (parallel)
12:00 Lunch Break of 90 minutes
13:30 William Lee, Mathematical modelling of frying potato snacks
14:00 Luis Nunes Vicente, Accuracy and Fairness Trade-offs in Machine Learning: A Stochastic Multi-Objective Approach
14:30 MS (parallel)
16:10 Virtual Coffee Break of 20 minutes
16:30 Paul Dellar, Vector lattice Boltzmann equations in science and industry
17:00 contributed (parallel)
18:40 closing of conference


 The time schedule is given in central European summer time (CEST) .

Speaker Instruction

For our virtual conference venue we will use the Zoom videoconferencing platform in a special version that conforms to the strict german data protection rules. You may check the Zoom FAQ for more detailed information.

Please be aware that each oral presentation has a 25+5 (plenary talks), 20+5 (minisymposia talks) and 15+5 (contributed talks) minutes slot. Please notice that the 5 minutes are devoted to questions.

Assistants will be available to help speakers in technical matters. If you have video or any other special feature, please test the presentation with the technician well in advance of your session.

Cooperation with the Asia-Pacific Consortium of Mathematics-for-Industry

ECMI maintains special relationships with other mathematical organisations. At ECMI 2021 we will focus on the Asia-Pacific Consortium of Mathematics-for-Industry (APCMfI). In the framework of this cooperation with APCMfI we will schedule two special talks (one senior and one young speaker).

Miscellaneous

Besides the scientific programme we will provide virtual coffee-breaks in break-out rooms and organize an online board game tournament, especially for the doctoral students.