This two day conference will consist of a combination of plenary talks, parallel sessions, and poster sessions to exchange recent advances on emerging
and challenging problems in
applied mathematics and computational science, and to enable communication between the theoretical mathematicians and applied scientists.
You are invited to participate in this conference in one of the following format: minisymposium organization, contributed lecture or poster presentation.
There will be awards for Best Student Presentation & Best Poster Presentation. Graduate & undergraduate students
who wish to be eligible for this award must indicate so via email to the conference chair when they submit their abstracts.
Both pre-registration and on-site registration will be available, entitling everyone who is registered to attend all talks Saturday and Sunday.
The registration fee includes lunch and dinner on Saturday, and lunch on Sunday.
Follow the links at the left to find information about the conference, including conference program, registration, student presentation competition,
lodging, driving directions, and more.
Luncheon: Shelby Center Lobby, 12:15-1:15 p.m, Saturday March 24.
Banquet Dinner: University Center, Room 100 (Exhibit Hall), 6:30-8:00 p.m.,Saturday, March 24.
Luncheon: University Center, Room 100 (Exhibit Hall), 11:45-1:30 p.m., Sunday, March 25.
*Admission is free to registered participants.
STUDENT COMPETITION WINNERS:
Congratulations to the winners of the Student Presentation & Poster Awards!
The recipient of the Best Student Presentation was
Dustin Mixon from Princeton University. Photos
The recipent of the Best Student Poster was Hang Yu from University of North Carolina at Charlottee.