2020 SIAM Student Mini-Symposium in Applied Mathematics

The SIAM student chapter at the University of Michigan is hosting a student mini-symposium in applied mathematics on May 29, 2020. This event will allow students from different discliplines in the area to see what is being done in the field and promote interest in applied mathematics in general. This event is open to all graduate students in the University of Michigan.

Keynote speaker

We are excited to announce that the keynote speaker for the 2020 SIAM Student Mini-Symposium in Applied Mathematics at the University of Michigan will be Prof. Silas Alben from the Department of Mathematics.

Call for presentations

All graduate students in the University of Michigan are invited to submit abstracts on any research topic related to applied mathematics.

Presentation format: All talks are 20 minutes in length, followed by 5 minutes for questions and set-up for the next speaker.

Submission deadline: April 14, 2020

Submission instructions: Please email

  1. the title, abstract, and authors of your work to be presented,
  2. your name and department,

to chrismav@umich.edu (Christiana Mavroyiakoumou).

Registration Open!

Registration to attend the 2020 SIAM Student Mini-Symposium in Applied Mathematics is now open. All are welcome to attend the conference, regardless of registration status, but lunch will be provided only for registered attendees.

To register please fill out the form provided by May 5, 2020.

2020 Program

Time: Friday, May 29th, 10:00am - 4:00pm

Location: East Hall 3096, Department of Mathematics

The event program will be updated once we have completed our review of presentations.


The mini-symposium poster can be found here.

Student organizers:

Christiana Mavroyiakoumou (chrismav@umich.edu)

Nathan Vaughn (njvaughn@umich.edu)

Leighton Wilson (lwwilson@umich.edu)


For any question about the mini-symposium, please contact any of the student organizers.


Faculty advisor: Prof. Silas Alben

Sponsor:

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)