The University of Connecticut Chapter of SIAM was established in 2017.
The purpose of our chapter is to unite students who are interested in applied and industrial mathematics, to promote interdisciplinary interaction between students at UConn, and to build a connection to industry.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our chapter or want to be added to our mailing list, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIAM Student Chapter is co-organizing a one-day conference that will be held both online and in-person. The main goal of the conference is to give undergraduate students interested in math an idea of what graduate school may be like and to showcase some current research done by grad students and faculty members. The talks will be given at the level of a junior or senior level undergraduate. We will also host a poster session for undergraduate students to display their research.
For more details go to mcc.math.uconn.edu.
- S.I.G.M.A SIAM Special Seminar “How to Draw a Graph” by Donald SheehyIn his talk Donald Sheehy will discuss a classic result of Tutte from 1963 that shows an elegant connection between graph theory, physics, geometry, and linear algebra. Tutte addressed the problem of how to draw a planar graph (a collection of vertices and edges that can be drawn without crossing edges in the plane) so […]Posted on April 14, 2019
- 2019 MATHCOUNTS Eastern Chapter Competition2019 MATHCOUNTS Eastern Chapter competition at the University of Connecticut, February 9, 2019 is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut. The event is hosted by the University of Connecticut’s AMS Student Chapter, AWM Student Chapter and SIAM Student Chapter.Posted on February 5, 2019
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