We are seeing brand-new, state-of-the-art mathematics that can be directly applied to challenging scientific problems stemming from experimental research. Traditionally, it takes considerable time for these new ideas to leap to user communities. By bringing mathematicians and experimentalists together, we jump-start this process and accelerate the early adoption of new mathematics.
Existing computational techniques are often tailored to specific needs. In some cases, these approaches may have reached their limit, and cannot easily be extended to complex problems with different requirements. We aim to widen the perspective and devise new, more general models and algorithms which will become standard technologies of tomorrow.