Mason Modeling Days 2014

Highlights

  • 6-day intensive training for undergraduate and graduate students interested in gaining new mathematical skills and applying them to real-life problems.
  • Research projects in the areas of biology, finance, climate, and physics.
  • Funding available for travel expenses, including a stipend.
  • Applications by April 15 get priority in terms of funding allocation.
  • Faculty interested in the problems are welcome to apply.

The Department of Mathematical Sciences of George Mason University will host a 6-day long Mason Modeling Days workshop
June 9-14, 2014
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The aim of the workshop is to get together groups of undergraduate, graduate students and faculty from different universities around the country to work on real-life applied mathematics problems arising in industry. Participants will be engaged in intensive brainstorming sessions and present their findings in a form of a written report and an oral presentation during the last day of the workshop. All local expenses including housing and per diem will be covered, and generous travel allowance is going to be available for funded participants.

Interested undergraduate and graduate students should fill out the application form and submit a statement of interest. Applications received by April 15 will be given priority.

Questions about the program should be addressed to Maria Emelianenko at memelian AT gmu.edu. 

Program is funded in part by the National Science Foundation DMS grant #1056821 and the College of Science of George Mason University.




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