Study Group Mathematics with Industry is a combined industrial-academic
week where mathematics is used to tackle industrial problems. About
fifty to eighty mathematicians, working in industry or academia,
come together during a full week to work together intensively on
The format follows the original Oxford model, dating back to 1968, which is used world-wide in similar Study Groups. Companies present a selection of problems on Monday. The participants devote the entire week to work on solutions to these problems in smaller groups. On Friday the groups present their solution.
The Study Group Mathematics with Industry 2013 was held at the Lorentz Center in Leiden. The results are available as pdf-file in the following proceedings: