SIAM Student Chapter Delft

Delft University of Technology

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Workshop day in review

posted 31 May 2017

SIAM Certificate of Recognition for Manuel Baumann

posted 31 May 2017

Annual BBQ

posted 31 May 2017

Siam Seminar

posted 15 May 2017

One-day workshop Mathematics in Medicine!

posted 09 May 2017

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31 May 2017 Workshop day in review

Last Wednesday the SIAM student chapter organized a one-day workshop on Mathematical Modelling in Medicine. During this day 8 enthusiastic PhD candidates and 2 keynote speakers shared their research in short presentations. During the morning session, the focus was on mathematics in imaging, especially imaging using MRI. The afternoon session was on modelling in medicine, specifically on modelling cell migration and growth for different types of cells. For the book of abstracts, the presentations and some photos of the day, please see the website.

31 May 2017 SIAM Certificate of Recognition for Manuel Baumann

We are happy to announce that Manuel Baumann received the SIAM certificate of recognition. He received this certificate for his contributions to the SIAM student chapter over the last couple of years, specifically for his involvement with setting up the SIAM student chapter and for organizing the BaNaNa talks.

31 May 2017 Annual BBQ

Last Wednesday the SIAM student chapter organized a barbecue for all members and for all participants of the one-day workshop. It was a great evening with a lot sun, fun and of course food.

15 May 2017 Siam Seminar

Untangling nonlinearity in inverse scattering with data-driven reduced order models

Siam Fellow Vladimir Druskin is visiting TU Delft and giving a talk on his most recent work: Untangling the nonlinearity of inverse scattering problems, on Wednesday 24th of May at 11:00 in the Lipkenszaal of the EEMCS faculty.

For a full abstract please see the Poster. Or you can read the paper here.

09 May 2017 One-day workshop Mathematics in Medicine!

Dear all,

The SIAM Student Chapter is organising its third workshop day in a row! This year the theme is mathematics in medicine with a morning session on imaging in the medical sciences and the afternoon dedicated to modelling biological functionality in medicine.

For an overview please see the flyer, and for more information on the speakers and venue please visit the website.