Mathematical Modelling - Clongowes Wood College

Return of the MACSI

10th February 2014

Clongowes physics students are once again involved in research projects in collaboration with the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI) department of the University of Limerick. Last month the science department was delighted to welcome back Applied Mathematician Professor James Gleeson, who is a world leader in his field, and who had previously…read more

Mathematical Modelling in Clongowes

22nd November 2013

Clongowes physics students are once again involved in research projects with the University of Limerick and the science department was delighted to welcome Professor James Gleeson to launch this year’s Mathematical Modelling project on Friday 8th November… The department has linked up with the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry to develop mathematical models…read more

Scientific Olympians

4th October 2013

Three of our Junior Certificate students, Frank Keating, Sean McMahon and Donnchadh Walsh have been identified by the State Exams Commission as high achievers in Maths and Science. Frank, Sean and Donnchadh have been invited to compete in the Irish European Union Science Olympiad. The Irish European Union Science Olympiad is an individual, subject based …read more

MATHEMATICAL MODELS

8th May 2013

MACSI is a project that is unique to Clongowes and is a fantastic opportunity for us to get involved in real world applications and see how problems in science and industry can be dealt with using physics and mathematics. The project on mathematical modelling was undertaken in conjunction with the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science…read more

Physics Department hosts visit of world leading Applied Mathematician Professor James Gleeson.

13th December 2012

[easyrotator]erf_20_1355263263/erf_5_1355352911/erc_97_1355352957[/easyrotator] The physics department was delighted to welcome Prof James Gleeson on Monday last the 10th of December. Clongowes physics students are once again involved in research projects with the University of Limerick. The department has linked up with the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry to develop mathematical models for four problems this…read more

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