The MIT Chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), in collaboration with the Center for Computational Engineering, is holding a Student Seminar Series this Fall 2015 semester at MIT. Postdocs and research scientists are also welcomed to present.
This seminar series will serve as a means of bringing together the diverse MIT community with a common interest in Applied Math and Computational Sciences. The areas of application are not restricted to any particular discipline, and presentations on Engineering, Computer Science, Math, Biology, Operations Research, and any other field are welcomed. If you are interested in presenting your research, practicing for your quals presentation or PhD defense, or just getting feedback from a different audience, your are invited to take advantage of this opportunity.
The seminars will be held weekly, starting in mid October, on Thursdays, 4-5 pm. We invite you to submit a short abstract before Tuesday, October 6 with a title, your name, and department to firstname.lastname@example.org. We only have 4 speaking slots this semester; so, please hurry up and take one before they are all filled! Contact: email@example.com Photo by Michael Kappel