Leaders in Technical Collaboration

The NAG Ethos is: Collaborative, consultative, consensus-based, principled, transparent

NAG was founded on collaboration and continues today to work with expert individuals and organisations from industry and academia all over the world. These collaborative projects are highly valued and have resulted in extensive contributions to our principal product, the NAG Library. Many of our existing staff first worked with us as students or interns. NAG's vision is to be universally recognised as the preferred partner for collaboration.

Current and recent examples of collaborative and community activities

Sponsored PhD Projects have included:

  • Investigating new mathematical algorithms for massive parallelism
  • Algorithms for Cholesky and QR Factorizations, and the Semidefinite Generalized Eigenvalue Problem
  • Adaptive Solvers for Elliptical and Parabolic PDEs
  • Multi-level Monte-Carlo Methods for the solution of Stochastic Differential Equations
  • How the functions of applied mathematics should be remodelled for optimal evaluation in GPU computing environments
  • Numerical Methods for Stochastic Differential Equations

Sponsored MSc Projects have included:

  • Pole-vaulting methods for ordinary differential equations
  • Radial Basis Functions implementations
  • Optimization Problems in Structured Numerical Linear Algebra
  • Hyper geometric Function implementations

NAG works in collaboration with Institutes including:
    Illinois Institute of Technology
    Oxford University
    Smith Institute
    University of Aachen
    University of Birmingham
    University of Bristol
    University of Leeds
    University of Manchester
    University of Strathclyde
    University of Warwick

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

  • KTP project with the Smith Institute & Oxford University developing software for 'Financial Mathematics on Novel Architectures'
  • KTP project with the University of Manchester developing software for matrix functions

Software for the next generation of HPC

Standards and Community Projects


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