Lunchlezing Sioux LIME

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    What do preliminary schools and garbage collection have in common? Indeed, both are areas where society benefits from mathematics! These days, lots of primary schools are digitizing and many are letting their pupils use tablets to solve exercises. Instead of letting them all make the same exercises, what if we can match exercises to a pupil's level? How do we determine then which exercises are difficult? And which pupils need more personal care? Mathematics will tell you how to solve this chicken and egg problem.

    Additionally, Marloes will show you how mathematics can save a municipality millions each year. But how do you convince a government that you are right and they are wrong (without literally saying this, believe me... that doesn't help). How to convince them to invest in your ideas and put trust in math. Join the lunch lecture and find out more about with garbage collection and maths!

    About Marloes Boswerger After her internship at LIME, Marloes finished her MSc (Industrial and Applied Mathematics) at the TU/e and joined Sioux as a Mathware Engineer in the Sioux Mathware Competence Center (formerly known as LIME). Within the Mathware department, Marloes strengthened her portfolio with projects related to data analysis, blockchains, neural networks and more.

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