4TU.AMI

4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (AMI) is a joint initiative by the four individual mathematics departments of the universities of Delft, Eindhoven, Twente and Wageningen.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Latest updates

Research
Research
Research
4TU.AMI has five joint research teams (Strategic Research Orientations). The focus areas are Big Data, Energy, Health, Resilience and Water.
Education
Education
Education
The four universities within 4TU.AMI collaborate in regard to mathematics education. The result: new initiatives, projects and tools.
Collaboration
Collaboration
Collaboration
4TU.AMI stimulates and facilitates strong networks and collaboration between researchers, research institutes and companies.
Funding
Funding
Funding
To promote mathematics, AMI offers funding for applied mathematics related events. Applications should include at least 2 of the 4 universities.
News archive
News archive
News archive
The latest 4TU.AMI news and a news archive that dates back to 2012. Here you can search for specific topics.
New PR/Communication advisor
New 4TU.AMI PR/communication advisor
New 4TU.AMI PR/communication advisor
After graduating with an MSc degree in Applied Mathematics from the UT in 2006, Pim did a PhD in the Algorithms & Complexity group at Durham University (England) followed by a 4-year postdoc in the Algorithms Research group at the University of Bergen (Norway). His research focused on algorithmic graph theory and parameterized complexity. During his time as an MSc and PhD student, Pim was involved in outreach activities and taught in secondary schools both in the Netherlands and England. In 2014, Pim took up a lecturer position at Hogeschool Rotterdam. He then joined ORTEC in 2017, where he worked as an Operations Research Engineer in the team responsible for the development of ORTEC’s vehicle routing software. As of September 2020, Pim is a lecturer at the Department of Applied Mathematics at the UT.
Thursday 29 July 2021
New director 4TU.AMI
Interview new director AMI.4TU
Interview new director AMI.4TU
Johann Hurink (UT) is taking over from the current director Kees Vuik (TU Delft) as of 1 July. We talked to Hurink about his plans for 4TU.AMI, how he sees the future of mathematics and what the greatest strength is of the 4TU alliance.
Wednesday 15 July 2020
Blended learning project ends
Blended learning project ends
Blended learning project ends
Within the 4TU.AMI Blended Learning project, joined forces (TU/e, TUD, UT and WUR) came together to bring blended learning of mathematics to the next level. In this 4-year project, it became clear that collaboration is crucial. Successes and lessons learned are being shared among the math community.
Tuesday 14 July 2020
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4TU.AMI

Latest updates

Research
Research
Research
4TU.AMI has five joint research teams (Strategic Research Orientations). The focus areas are Big Data, Energy, Health, Resilience and Water.
Education
Education
Education
The four universities within 4TU.AMI collaborate in regard to mathematics education. The result: new initiatives, projects and tools.
Collaboration
Collaboration
Collaboration
4TU.AMI stimulates and facilitates strong networks and collaboration between researchers, research institutes and companies.
Funding
Funding
Funding
To promote mathematics, AMI offers funding for applied mathematics related events. Applications should include at least 2 of the 4 universities.
News archive
News archive
News archive
The latest 4TU.AMI news and a news archive that dates back to 2012. Here you can search for specific topics.
New PR/Communication advisor
New 4TU.AMI PR/communication advisor
New 4TU.AMI PR/communication advisor
After graduating with an MSc degree in Applied Mathematics from the UT in 2006, Pim did a PhD in the Algorithms & Complexity group at Durham University (England) followed by a 4-year postdoc in the Algorithms Research group at the University of Bergen (Norway). His research focused on algorithmic graph theory and parameterized complexity. During his time as an MSc and PhD student, Pim was involved in outreach activities and taught in secondary schools both in the Netherlands and England. In 2014, Pim took up a lecturer position at Hogeschool Rotterdam. He then joined ORTEC in 2017, where he worked as an Operations Research Engineer in the team responsible for the development of ORTEC’s vehicle routing software. As of September 2020, Pim is a lecturer at the Department of Applied Mathematics at the UT.
Thursday 29 July 2021
New director 4TU.AMI
Interview new director AMI.4TU
Interview new director AMI.4TU
Johann Hurink (UT) is taking over from the current director Kees Vuik (TU Delft) as of 1 July. We talked to Hurink about his plans for 4TU.AMI, how he sees the future of mathematics and what the greatest strength is of the 4TU alliance.
Wednesday 15 July 2020
Blended learning project ends
Blended learning project ends
Blended learning project ends
Within the 4TU.AMI Blended Learning project, joined forces (TU/e, TUD, UT and WUR) came together to bring blended learning of mathematics to the next level. In this 4-year project, it became clear that collaboration is crucial. Successes and lessons learned are being shared among the math community.
Tuesday 14 July 2020