2nd Oxford University SIAM Student Chapter Conference


Date: Tuesday 3rd February 2009

Venue: Somerville College, Oxford

Participants at the 2nd Annual Oxford SIAM Student Chapter Conference
From Oxford SIAM Student Chapter Annual Conference 2009

Pictures

Our sincere thanks go to Phil Trinh for his exceptional work as photographer for the day. The photos are available here.


Aim

The aim of the conference is to bring together undergradute and graduate students, young researchers and faculty from a wide range of disciplines, sharing a common interest in Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with one another, share their research/study interests, and make useful contacts both in the academic community and in industry.


Who is the conference for?

Registration Table

The conference is aimed at all those working in applied mathematics and related disciplines, at Oxford and beyond. Undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and faculty are all welcome to attend.

No specific technical knowledge will be required - the level of the talks will be aimed at all those with a general applied mathematics background (from 3rd/4th year undergraduate level and upwards).



Conference Program

Sarah McBurnie 1030-1050: Arrivals and registration
1050-1100: Welcome
1100-1200: Plenary lecture - David Acheson (Oxford)
1200-1230: Student talk - Christian Yates (Oxford, CMB)
1230-1300: Student talk - Sarah McBurnie (Oxford, OCIAM)
1300-1400: Lunch (provided) and poster session part 1
1400-1430: Industry talk - Thomas Schmelzer (Winton Capital Management)
1430-1500: Student talk - Bernhard Langwallner (Oxford, NA Group)
1500-1530: Student talk - Michele Taroni (Oxford, OCIAM)
1530-1600: Coffee and poster session part 2
1600-1700: Plenary lecture - Nick Higham (Manchester)
1700-1745: Drinks reception and prize giving

2000: Formal conference dinner - Somerville College Dining Hall

Conference Dinner

David Acheson playing the guitar at conference dinner

The day will end with a three-course formal dinner with wine and coffee in Somerville College Dining Hall, which participants are warmly invited to attend. Thanks to the generous support of Winton Capital we are able to offer tickets to the dinner to participants at a heavily-subsidised rate of £12.50 per head. Dress code for the dinner will be formal (no gowns).




Poster Competition

Results of poster competition:

First prize: Phil Trinh - "Seeing the unseen"
Second prize: Anthony Lock - "Large-scale axisymmetric flows in the atmosphere"


Registration

For a list of registered participants click here.


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