20th SIAM UKIE Anniversary Meeting

The 20th Anniversary Meeting of the UK and Republic of Ireland Section of SIAM was held on January 7, 2016 at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP), University of Cambridge. The event featured high profile keynote and early career speakers, and poster presentations from Student Chapter representatives. The meeting concluded with a 20th Anniversary Dinner held in the Dinning Hall of Magdalene College, Cambridge.

SIAM UKIE 20th Anniversary Meeting, Cambridge, January 7, 2016

The programme for this event along with the abstracts of the talks can be downloaded here. The business meeting presentation can be viewed here.

Prof. Pam Cook (University of Delaware, USA) – SIAM President
Models of Transiently Networked Fluids: Wormlike Micelles

Prof. Martin Hairer FRS (University of Warwick, UK)
Stochastic PDEs and Their Approximations

Dr Jasmina Lazic (MathWorks Application Engineering, UK)
MATLAB and the Mathematics of Our Lives: from Stacking Shelves in Supermarkets to Personalising Car Insurance Premiums

Dr Sarah Mitchell (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Numerical Challenges Facing an Application of Stefan Problems: Continuous Casting of Metals

Dr Jennifer Pestana (University of Strathclyde, UK)
Symmetrizing Toeplitz Matrices and Consequences for Solving Linear Systems

Prof. Simon Tavaré FRS FMedSci (Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute & DAMTP) – LMS President
How Useful is Mathematical Modelling in Cancer Research?

Prof. Barbara Wohlmuth (Technische Universität München, Germany) – IMA Sponsored Speaker
Cost Reduction in PDE Simulation

As in the previous year, the Section invited every SIAM Student Chapter in the UK and the Republic of Ireland to delegate a student representative to this meeting, and we offered funding support of up to £100 towards the travel expenses of each of these delegates. In addition, there was no registration fee for participating students.

Prof. Des Higham, Dr Jennifer Scott, Dr Angela Mihai, and Prof. Arieh Iserles

Note: This post has been transferred from the previous SIAM UKIE website hosted by Dr Angela Mihai at Cardiff University.