In Berlin, one of the agenda points was to formulate the next steps for the Mathematics for Industry network which will be funded by the European Union within the COST framework.
To be more specific, the trans-domain action 1409 (TD1409) is named Mathematics for industry network (MI-NET) with the objectives to encourage interaction between
mathematicians and industrialists, in particular through
(1) industry-driven problem solving workshops, and
(2) academia-driven training and secondment.
I was nominated by the national COST coordinator to become a member of the management committee of this cost actions and I am looking forward to the interactions with my colleagues.
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