Archive for January 2012
Industrial math modeling workshops go beyond academic exercises and school curricula, spotlighting applications of mathematics and statistics in realistic problem solving. They also provide students an opportunity to meet and collaborate with people from industry, and provide valuable experience for those interested in non-academic careers as well as those seeking new research directions.
The 2012 Industrial Math/Stat Modeling Workshop for Graduate Students (IMSM 2012), to be held July 16—24 at North Carolina State University, is one such program. It is designed to expose mathematics, engineering, and statistics students to exciting real-world problems from industrial and government laboratory research. The workshop will highlight a team approach to problem solving as participants collaborate on industrial projects presented by experienced scientists and engineers.
The deadline for applications is April 15, 2012.
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