SIAM students unite! Report from a successful student conference

SIAM students unite! Report from a successful student conference

The fifth annual Chicago Area SIAM Student Conference (CASSC) took place on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). It was a completely student-run event that is organized by the SIAM student chapter leaders from UIC, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), and Northwestern University. The broad goal of the conference is to provide students involved in applied mathematics research a platform to present their work to an engaged student audience and an opportunity to expand their professional network. This year, CASSC featured twelve student talks and three plenary speakers.

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4th Bremen Winter School and Symposium: Dynamics, Chaos and Applications

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This year's international winter school and symposium on dynamics in Bremen focused on the mathematical concepts of chaos. More than 70 participants enjoyed lecture courses and research talks on approaches and recent developments of chaotic dynamics in skew-product and geodesic flows, ODEs as well as diffeomorphisms and iterated function systems.

DSWeb logo contest results

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Review of From Newton to Boltzmann: Hard Spheres and Short-Range Potentials

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Leonid Bunimovich of Georgia Tech reviews the book From Newton to Boltzmann: Hard Spheres and Short-Range Potentials.


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