MPI is a problem solving workshop that attracts leading applied mathematicians and scientists from universities, industry, and national laboratories. During the workshop, engineers and scientists from industry interact with the academic participants on problems of interest to their companies. In the past, these problems have included, but are not limited to
The challenge facing business and industry is to prosper in an era of rapid technological growth. Meeting the challenge requires continually improving productivity, resource management, and innovation, both to refine existing products and processes and to create new ones.
The MPI workshop is a resource that offers
- engineering and product design,
- process design and control,
- environmental remediation,
- scheduling and optimization,
- financial modeling.
Further information about MPI is available by clicking on the MPI 2010 Links to the left. In particular, there is information for representatives from industry who are interested in presenting a problem at the Workshop, and registration information for representatives from industry, universities and national laboratories.
- clarification and formulation of a proposed or existing process,
- methods to solve problems of interest to industry,
- links with applied mathematicians from universities and national laboratories,
- access to advanced computing solutions and environments,
- fresh input of new ideas.