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Rekenen aan gigantische aspluimen
The Filipino volcano Taal is restless and spitting lava, ash and steam into the air. Volcanologists fear that a new and bigger eruption is imminent. Ten years ago, Europe was under the spell of an enormous ash cloud, following the eruption on the Eyjafjalla Glacier in Iceland. The cloud brought air traffic to a complete standstill and entailed significant costs. Guangliang Fu and Sha Lu, researched how such an ash plume behaves and how you can predict where it will go.
Saving lives with mathematics
The impact of algorithms
From micro to macro with duality
Frank Redig wants to understand the relation between microscopic and macroscopic reality, in particular for non-equilibrium systems.
Predicting extreme weather using data science
Dark clouds and strong winds, usually indicators of severe weather to come.
PRIME: First aid for students struggling with maths
How can we transform maths teaching so that it better connects to the world as experienced by the students?
More quants, please
The new mathematical brains in our financial world are nowhere near dangerous. We need them!
Healthy mathematics
Since the advent of medical imaging, several decades ago, applications have been introduced in the form of models.
From gamification to blended learning
Here are five examples of educational innovations from EEMCS.
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