Conference Description

On April 6th, the SIAM@Purdue will be hosting the third inter-disciplinary computational science and engineering student conference at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.   This conference will highlight the breadth of computational science and engineering research that is being done across the different departments.  It will allow students to see how the modeling and numerical techniques that are being applied in other disciplines.

The conference is currently accepting abstracts/proposals of talks and posters from students working in any discipline using applied or industrial mathematics to advance their field.  Each of the applicants for talks and poster presentations need to submit a title and abstract through this form.  All abstracts and posters are accepted. We aim to include as many talks as possible.  The invited participants will be contacted by email.

The talks will each be 15 minutes in length with 5 minutes for questions.

Attendance and proposals is open to both undergraduate and graduate research. We also welcome students at our neighboring schools to attend and participate. Travel grants will be awarded to students upon request and available funds.

The conference will open with a keynote speaker and poster session.  Three tracks of simultaneous student research talks along with a poster session will then comprise the core of the conference. Following that, we’ll have a closing speaker and the best paper and the best poster selected by the committee will be awarded with prizes. The event will then close with an ending ceremony where dinner will be provided to all participants who submitted material.

Both attendance registration and proposal submission must submit a conference registration.

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