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Society for Industrial Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Student Chapter Meeting

Tuesday, 3rd May 2016, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Registration from 1:30 pm

Venue: Collins Building

Room: Scottish Universities Insight Institute

This event aims to provide an insight into how mathematics and statistics can be applied to solve problems across a range of disciplines. There will be a series of presentations, targeting early career researchers in the mathematical sciences and interested industrial parties. The afternoon will consist of three talks, along with poster presentations from postgraduate students.

The speakers are: Dr Douglas McLean of Moody’s Analytics; Dr. David F. Anderson, the University of Wisconsin in Madison; and Professor Nicholas J. Higham, the University of Manchester, President-Elect of SIAM.

The event will be followed by a networking reception where the posters will be presented.

This event precedes the Opening Night of the Images of Research Exhibition which takes place in the same venue.  You are welcome to attend this event as well, please select the additional option when you register.

Registration and refreshments will be available from 1.30pm. 


Who should attend?

These talks are aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers, including SIAM members, as well as representatives from industry who want to find out about ways of using applied maths within their work. 

Benefits of attending

The event will provide those attending with a fascinating insight into how mathematics can be applied to solve problems encountered across a range of disciplines, and will offer an opportunity to network with other early-career researchers and industry representatives. 



Contact

Michal Bosy
phone +44 (0)141 548 3599
Research Student, Mathematics and Statistics
Andrew Croudace
phone +44 (0)141 548 3599
Research Student, Mathematics and Statistics
Kate Pyper
phone +44 (0)141 548 3619
Research Student, Mathematics and Statistics


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