Previous experience

One of the main objectives of math-in network is aimed at providing solutions and transferring mathematical technology to the productive sectors of society, especially to companies and public Administrations.

During the last years, ESGIs have become a major activity in the transfer of technology. This simple format has proved its value again: companies from diverse industries have benefited from the insights gained through mathematical analysis of their problems, while mathematicians with diverse interests have benefited from the exciting research opportunities presented by unsolved problems with practical significance.

Therefore, collaboration between industry experts and researchers is key to addressing technological innovation problems into a mathematical successful. The realization of ESGI contributes to the promotion of mathematics and awareness of companies to use Mathematics to improve their processes.

For many companies, the ESGI format is the first contact with the world of research and gives them the chance to learn about the benefits that research and innovation can bring into the company. It is an opportunity to know each other and, in many cases, the starting point for future collaborations.

math-in experience in the development of ESGI’s goes back to previous years (the last ESGI carried out was the 163ESGI). Taking this into account, and the positive assessment of these events by companies and researchers, math-in considers it essential to continue developing ESGIs. To this end, it will be necessary to seek new lines of funding at regional, national or European level to collaborate in financing the costs of holding these events. In addition, it will be advisable to devote efforts to the search for private sponsors.


Press releases were sent to the most relevant regional and national newspapers. In addition, web platforms (math-in and PET MSO-ED) will be updated with this ESGI results as well as the profiles of both entities on social networks such as Twitter and Linkedin, in addition all information for this dissemination will be include to the own website specific for this ESGI.

Moreover, information about the event will send to the Departments of Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Operational Research of Spanish universities and to those European representative institutions in these both areas with great potential to spread the event such as ECMI, EU-MATHS-IN, EMS, SEIO, SGAPEIO, RSME, SEMA.

Previous ESGIs

In the following the links of previous editions carried out by math-in in collaboration with its associated members at 2015, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2021:

• 163 ESGI (2021) |

• 147 ESGI (2019) |

• 139 ESGI (2018) |

• 122 ESGI (2016) |

• 115 ESGI (2016) |

• 110 A ESGI (2015) |

• 108 ESGI (2015) |

• 97 ESGI (2013) |

As a sample of the collaboration, here is a list of some of the companies and problems proposed in the past three editions.

• ARCELORMITTAL | (2018) Equivalent thermo-mechanical modelling of the ceramic cup of a Blast Furnace.

• B/ S/H/ | (2021) Analysis of temperature measurements for smart cooking.

• REPSOL | (2018) Solidification and mechanical coupling in microfracture propagation

• REPSOL | (2021) Formation of bubbles from a chemical reaction

• SENRA | (2019) Modelling of a continuous casting machine.

• SOLUTE | (2019) Identification of control parameters of wind turbine.

• TSK (2019) Optimum sample sizes for reflectiviy sampling in solar field.