## General International Studies Prospective

#### References

1. SIAM CSE Report: U. Ruede, K. Willcox, L.C. McInnes, H. De Sterck, *Future Directions in CSE Education and Research* (2015)

2. National Research Council. 2013. *The Mathematical Sciences in 2025*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/15269

3. SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics): *Report on Mathematics in Industry* (2012) www.siam.org/Publications/Reports/Detail/mathematics-in-industry

4. European Science Foundation: *Forward Look Mathematics and Industry Success Stories* (2011) www.ceremade.dauphine.fr/FLMI/FLMI-frames-index.html

5. European Science Foundation: *Forward Look on Mathematics and Industry* (2011)

6. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): *Report on Mechanisms for Promoting Mathematics-in-Industry* (2009)

7. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): *Report on Mathematics in Industry* (2008) www.oecd.org/dataoecd/47/1/41019441.pdf

8. MACSI-net (MAthematics, Computing and Simulation for Industry): *Roadmap for Mathematics in European Industry*. European Network of Excellence. (2005)

9. Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences. Report: *Grand Challenges: High Performance Computing and Communications* The FY 1992 U.S.

Research and Development Program (1991) https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED336083.pdf

10. EU-MATHS-IN (European Service Network of Mathematics for Industry Innovation): *Modelling, Simulation & Optimization in a Data rich Environment A window ofopportunity to boost innovations in Europe* (2018)

## National Prospective Studies

#### References

1. CMI:* A study of the socio-economical impact of mathematics in France* – Executive summary (2015)

www.agence-maths-entreprises.fr/a/sites/default/files/Eisem/20150527_Study_of_socioeconomical_Impact_of_mathematics_in_France_Exec_Summary_v1.2.pdf

2. CMI: *Etude de l’impact socio-économique des Mathématiques en France* (2015)

3. National Research Council. 2012. *Fueling Innovation and Discovery: The Mathematical Sciences in the 21st Century*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. www.nap.edu/catalog/13373/fueling-innovation-and-discovery-the-mathematical-sciences-in-the-21st

4. Spanish Mathematics-Industry Network, Technological Institute for Industrial Mathematics: *Report on the status of mathematical technology transfer to theproductive sector in Spain* (2012)

5. Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), Smith Institute (SI):

*Data Science: Exploring the Mathematical Foundations*(2014)

6. Platform Wiskunde Nederland:

*Formulas for Insight and Innovation Mathematical Sciences in the Netherlands. Vision document 2025*

7. DELOITTE:

*Mathematical sciences and their value for the Dutch economy*(2014) http://euro-math-soc.eu/system/files/uploads/DeloitteNL.pdf

8. DELOITTE: Measuring the Economic Benefits of Mathematical Sciences Research in the UK (2012) www.lms.ac.uk/sites/lms.ac.uk/files/Report%20EconomicBenefits.pdf

9. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), P. Bond:

*The Era of Mathematics – an Independent Review of Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences*(2018) admin.ktn-uk.co.uk/app/uploads/2018/04/KE-booklet-for-web.pdf.

10. Red Estratégica en Matemáticas (REM)

*Socio-economic impact of mathematical research and mathematical technology in Spain*(2019) https://institucionales.us.es/remimus/informe-completo-del-impacto-socioeconomico-de-las-matematicas-en-la-economia-espanola/.