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SIAM welcomes the newest student chapters formed at the following schools:
Brigham Young University
California State Polytechnic University Pomona
City University of New York
University of Pennsylvania
This is a paid announcement that appeared in SIAM News.
June 17–20, 2014
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at RPI is pleased to announce the 11th annual GSMM Camp. The camp is a four-day informal workshop in which graduate students work in teams on problems brought by invited faculty mentors. The problems, inspired by real problems that arise in industrial applications, span a wide range of mathematics and are designed to promote problem-solving skills while the team approach is designed to promote scientific communication.
Graduate students at all levels are invited to participate. General information and an online application form can be found at http://www.rpi.edu/dept/math/GSMMCamp/. Financial support for travel and local accommodations is available. The application deadline is April 25, 2014.
Graduate students attending the GSMM Camp are also invited to participate in the Mathematical Problems in Industry (MPI) Workshop, to be held at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, June 23–27, 2014. For further information about MPI 2014, students should visit http://web.njit.edu/~rmoore/MPI2014/.
SIAM awarded a total of $39,042 to the following 81 chapters for activities taking place during the 2013-2014 academic year. Activities include seminars, workshops, regional student conferences, guest lectures, special presentations and field trips. For more information, go to http://www.siam.org/students/chapters/current.php and click on the school name for SIAM’s Information Page or click on the home icon to go to the Chapter’s own homepage.
Arizona State University
California State University, Fresno
California State University, Stanislaus
Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic Read the rest of this entry »
SIAM Undergraduate Research Online, SIAM’s web-based publication often referred to as SIURO, publishes outstanding undergraduate research in applied and computational mathematics. Two types of articles can be found in SIURO: papers to which undergraduates have made a significant contribution, and expository (survey) papers of high quality written by a faculty member or researcher for an undergrad audience.
The latest paper by Ling Han Meng, Joseph Geumlek, Holly Chu, Justin Hoogenstyrd under their advisor Ernie Esser is called Contextual Point Matching for Video Stabilization. The paper explores the many videos that suffer from a shaking or moving camera that distract viewers from the subject or scene. The authors describe a process called video stabilization which uses software to fix unwanted movements. Their method attempts to find point correspondences in subsequent frames of footage with great success, according to the authors. Video stabilization not only provides better results compared to other methods, it can also be implemented without significantly increasing computational costs.
Additional papers will be posted online as they are accepted.
From SIAM News, Volume 47, Number 1, January/February 2014
Undergraduates who are looking for summer research opportunities are encouraged to visit the National Science Foundation’s “Search for an REU Site” Web page at http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/reu_search.cfm and click on the “Mathematical Sciences” link. Students can also find research opportunities in the mathematical sciences that have been identified by SIAM News press time, funded both by NSF and by other institutions, listed below.
***Argonne National Laboratory Student Research Participation Programs, May 27-August 1
***Argonne National Laboratory DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships, May 27-August 1
***Arizona State University Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Summer Program, June 4-July 25
***Auburn University, TBA
***Boise State University, May 26-August 1
***Brigham Young University, TBA
***California State University, Chico, TBA
***California State University, San Bernadino, June 30-August 22
***Carleton College Summer Mathematics Program for Women Undergraduates, June 22-July 20
***Carnegie Mellon University 2011 Summer Undergraduate Applied Mathematics Institute, May 27-July 22
***Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, June 3-August 9
***College of William and Mary, June 2-July 25
***Cornell University, June 16-August 8
***Department of Homeland Security STEM Summer Internships, May 5-August 29
***East Tennessee State University, TBA
***Emory University, June-July, TBA
***Fairfield University, June 2-July 25
***George Mason University, TBA
***Grand Valley State University, June 15-August 10
***Hope College, June 2-July 25
***ICERM: Summer@ICERM: Geometry and Dynamics, June 16-August 8
***Illinois State University, TBA
***Indiana University Bloomington, June 8-August 2
***Iowa State University, TBA
***Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, June 22-August 22
***James Madison University, June 2-July 25
***Kansas State University, May 27-July 22
***Kent State University, TBA
***Lafayette College, June 1-July 26
***LA-SiGMA REU: Interdisciplinary Research Experiences in Materials Science, end of May 2014-early August; program dates vary by university
***Louisiana State University, on sabbatical in 2014
***LSU Center for Computation and Technology, May 26-August 1
***Macalester College and IMA, June 9-July 18
***Marquette University, TBA
***Mathematical Association of America NREUP, TBA
***Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Summer Program, June 21-August 3
***Miami University (Ohio), June 9-July 25
***Michigan State University, May 28-July 25
***Missouri State University, June 9-August 1
***Mount Holyoke College, TBA
***NIST Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program, May 19-August 1
***North Carolina State University, May 27-August 1
***Oakland University, TBA
***Ohio State University Mathematical Biosciences Institute, June 2-August 15
***Ohio Wesleyan University, May 19-July 25
***Oregon State University, June 23-August 15
***Penn State University, July 2-August 13
***Rice University Summer Institute of Statistics, TBA
***Rochester Institute of Technology, TBA
***Rutgers University, DIMACS, June 2-August 2
***Rutgers University DIMACS/DIMATIA, TBA
***Sam Houston State University, TBA
***San Diego State University, June 15-August 9
***Santa Fe Institute, June 8-August 16
***South Dakota State University, June 2-July 26
***SUNY Potsdam/Clarkson University, May 28-July 22
***Texas A&M University, June 2-July 25
***UCLA Logic Center Summer School for Undergraduates, TBA
***University of California, Santa Barbara, June 23-August 15
***University of Maryland, Baltimore County, June 16-August 8
***University of Minnesota, June 16-August 8
***University of Minnesota Duluth, June 8-August 14
***University of Nebraska, Lincoln, TBA
***University of North Carolina, Greensboro, June 2-July 26
***University of Texas at Tyler, TBA
***University of Utah, TBA
***University of Washington, TBA
***University of Wisconsin Stout, June 1-July 26
***University of Wyoming, TBA
***Ursinus College, TBA
***Valparaiso University, May 28-July 30
***Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (VBI) at Virginia Tech, TBA
***Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), TBA
***Willamette University, June 16-August 8
***Williams College, June 16-August 15
***WPI Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics, May 28-July 25
Information about REUs in 2014 can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIAM is accepting requests for funding for up to $500 per SIAM Student Chapter for projects taking place on campus during the 2013-2014 academic year. Download the “Request for Funding” at http://www.siam.org/students/chapters/funding.php,, fill it out, and submit to Nancy Snell , Membership Coordinator, by October 1, 2013.
This conference offers undergraduate students doing research projects in the mathematical biosciences an opportunity to present their work on the national stage.
This student centered conference features:
• Recruitment fair for graduate studies
• Panels on jobs and graduate opportunities
• Keynotes from prominent Math Biologist
• Social event at the Columbus Zoo/Aquarium
Deadline for application: July 12, 2013
For more information and to apply, please visit www.mbi.osu.edu/eduprograms/upcapstone2013.html
SIAM Student Chapter certificates of recognition have been awarded to 73 students who have made outstanding contributions to their SIAM student chapters. This program recognizes the importance of student contributions in creating and sustaining exciting chapters, acknowledges students’ efforts within the greater SIAM community, and provides a noteworthy commendation for students to add to their records for career building.
SIAM congratulates all of the recipients and thanks them for their contributions to the development and growth of SIAM student chapters. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a paid announcement that appeared in SIAM News.
June 11–14, 2013
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at RPI is pleased to announce the 10th annual GSMM Camp. The camp is a four-day informal workshop in which graduate students work in teams on problems brought by invited faculty mentors. The problems, inspired by real problems that arise in industrial applications, span a wide range of mathematics and are designed to promote problem-solving skills while the team approach is designed to promote scientific communication.
Graduate students at all levels are invited to participate. General information and an online application form can be found at http://www.rpi.edu/dept/math/GSMMCamp/. Financial support for travel and local accommodations is available. The application deadline is April 26, 2013.
Graduate students attending the GSMM Camp are also invited to participate in the Mathematical Problems in Industry (MPI) Workshop, to be held at Worcester Polytechnic Institute during the week following the camp. For further information about MPI 2013, students should visit http://www.math.wpi.edu/MPI2013/.
Thanks to the MIT and Tufts SIAM Student Chapters for organizing volunteers to work at the registration desk at CSE13 in Boston. It was a huge meeting and the students really helped out (and got free registration to the conference!)