Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Grad Student Chapter - University of Colorado, Boulder
The CU Boulder chapters of SIAM, are two of the newest engineering societies at CU, was founded to promote interactions between Applied Math students and faculty. In addition to applied math undergaduates and some graduate students, SIAM has also attracted students from other engineering disciplines to its activities. Society functions include technical presentations by students, faculty, and industry speakers, field trips and student/faculty social events— all designed to introduce undergraduates to the widespread use of applied mathematics in engineering and the sciences. All interested students, from any major, are encouraged to participate in SIAM-sponsored events.
The CU Boulder graduate chapter of SIAM was founded as an organization to meet the needs of graduate students interested in mathematics and its applications. Society functions include a graduate student seminar, given mainly by students, addressing topics of interest to grad students. All interested students, from any department, are encouraged to participate in SIAM-sponsored events.
For more information, call (5-3752), stop by the Applied Math office (ECOT 225), or email Tony Wong
Please Send Questions and Comments to Tony Wong
For further information consult the undergraduate SIAM page.