News and Outputs Linked to V-KEMS Activities:
30th July 2020 - Professor Chris Budd OBE spoke about V-KEMS at IMA Mathematics 2020.
20th July – 24th July 2020– V-KEMS hosted the 162nd European Study Group with Industry with the University of Leeds.
15th July 2020 - V-KEMS joined the INI Infectious Dynamics of Pandemics Programme to provide feedback from the Unlocking Higher Education Space Virtual Study Group.
2nd July 2020 - Unlocking Higher Education Spaces - What Might Mathematics Tell Us was published.
29th June –1st July 2020 – Feeding Vulnerable People Virtual Study Group took place.
15th - 17th June 2020 - Unlocking Higher Education Spaces Virtual Study Group took place.
12th June 2020 - V-KEMS featured in the Mathematics Today IMA Article – The Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange.
11th June 2020– V-KEMS hosted a session for over 250 people regarding the need for an academy for the mathematical sciences on behalf of the Big Mathematics Initiative of the Council for Mathematical Sciences.
2nd June 2020 - Operations Manual for Running a Virtual Study Group published.
29th May 2020 - the V-KEMS website was launched.
7th May 2020 - Working Paper published on Guiding Principles for Unlocking the Workforce - What Can Mathematics Tell Us?. This was followed by a webinar discussion of possible principles and scenarios for the UK workforce returning to the workplace.
5th May 2020 - INI launches Infectious Dynamics of Pandemics Virtual Programme.
May 2020 - ICMS newsletter on the initiation of virtual activities.
22nd April 2020 - Virtual Knowledge Exchange – newsletter update from the Newton Gateway to Mathematics.
16th April 2020 - @V_KEMS twitter account set up.
April 2020 - UK Mathematical Sciences Expertise for Agrifood Supply Chain & Logistics paper published.
March 2020 - V-KEMs formed with various representatives from the mathematical sciences community to develop a virtual forum for knowledge exchange in the mathematical sciences.
March 2020- Rapid Assistance in Modelling the Pandemic: RAMP. The RAMP initiative is bringing modelling expertise from a diverse range of disciplines to support the pandemic modelling community already working on Coronavirus (COVID-19).