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 email@example.com.
- Quantum Computing Workshop 2022On March 26th, 2022, we ran the Quantum Computing Workshop with our invited key-note speaker, Gamal Mograby, from the University of Maryland. Our day began with an introduction to the notation of Quantum Computing by Thomas McGrath. Followed by a review of Probability and Linear Algebra necessary for Quantum Computing by Rachel Bailey and Anastasiia […]Posted on May 9, 2022
- Linear Algebra and Coffee, Season 2, Episode 1On February 16th, Erik Wendt gave a fascinating presentation introducing attendees to some of the ideas of Pseudospectral theory. He led us through the basic concepts, definitions, and foundational theorems in play in order to be able to dive deep into applications in future presentations. Thank you so much Erik. On Wednesday, Feburary 23rd, we […]Posted on February 19, 2022
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University of Connecticut
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