Following are subject classifications for the sessions. The codes in parentheses designate session type and number. The session types are contributed presentations (CP), invited plenary presentations (IP), joint invited plenary presentations (JP), minisymposia (MS), special sessions and prize award presentations (SS), and short courses. The poster session will take place on Monday evening.

Mathematical Finance | Validated Computing | Optimization | Biology | Inverse Problems | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Numerical Differential Equations | Applications in Numerical PDE | Computational Electromagnetics | Numerical Linear Algebra | Analysis | Materials | Environments | Parallel Computing | Miscellaneous Computing | Education | Discrete Mathematics | Nondestructive Evaluation | Computational Chemistry for Pharmaceuticals | Partial Differential Equations | Economics | Approximation Theory | Chaos | Applied MathematicsThe Mathematics of Financial Risk Management (Short Course)

The Pricing and Hedging of Derivatives (IP1)

Computational Finance (MS1)

Computational Methods for Option Pricing (MS10)

Models for the Evolution of the Term Structure of Interest Rates (IP4)

Mathematical Problems Arising in Financial Risk Management (MS20)

Mathematics in Finance (SS1)

Finance (CP12)

Validated Numerics (MS2)

Application of Interval Computations (MS13)

Computational Differentiation and Verified Methods (MS26)

Validated Solution of ODEs and DAEs - I and II (MS39 and MS45)

Verified Global Optimization (MS53)

Computational Mixed Integer Programming (MS3)

Application of Large-Scale Optimization (MS11)

Honoring the 60th Birthday of Richard A. Tapia - I and II (MS25 and MS32)

Interior-Point Methods and Convex Programming - I and II (MS67 and MS76)

Constraint Programming Over Intervals (MS57)

Optimization I and II (CP13 and CP15)

Introduction to Computational Genomics (Short Course)

Fisheries (MS4)

DNA Computing: Arrival of Biological Mathematics (MS12)

Discrete Mathematics as a Tool for Molecular Biology (JP2)

Mathematical Biology (MS17)

Employment Opportunities for Applied Mathematicians in Biotechnology (MS21)

Theoretical Population Biology: Examples and Multiple Scales (MS41)

Interactive Mathematical Biology's Role In Curriculum Reform (MS33)

Time Delays in Physiological Systems (MS46)

Unstable Periodic Orbits in Biology: Identification and Control (MS55)

Mathematical Models in Physiology (MS59)

Statistical Aspects of Genetic Mapping in Human Families (IP5)

Biology I and II (CP23 and CP25)

Inverse Problems at GE (MS5)

Applied Inverse Problems in PDE (MS34)

Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Testing (MS64)

Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Evaluation (MS72)

Numerical Modeling as a Test Bed for NDT Methods (IP11)

Vortex Flow Computations - I and II (MS6 and MS14)

Analysis, Computation, and Control of MHD Flows - I, II, III, IV, and V (MS23, MS28, MS49, MS65, and MS73)

Computation of High Reynolds Number Flow Problems (MS36)

On Some Descriptions of the Dynamics of Viscous Fluids (SS2)

Computational Fluid Dynamics - I and II (CP16 and CP19)

On the Control of Navier Stokes Equations (SS5)

Parabolic Wave Equation Techniques - I and II (MS7 and MS16)

Mimetic Finite-Difference Methods for Partial Differential Equations (MS30)

Least-Squares Finite Element Methods: Theory and Applications - I and II (MS50 and MS56)

Fictitious Domain Methods (MS74)

Waveform Methods for ODEs and PDEs (MS70)

High Resolution and Robust Interface Methods and Applications (MS8)

Computational Methods and Applications to Physical Systems (MS15)

Fluid Dynamos: An Ongoing Challenge to Applied Mathematicians (IP8)

Dynamo Theory - I and II (MS37 and MS43)

Global Atmospheric Modeling for Climate Simulation and Weather Prediction (IP12)

Steepest Descent Method for Riemann-Hilbert Problems in Pure and Applied Mathematics (SS4)

On the Control of Navier Stokes Equations (SS5)

A Review of Some Recent Advances in the Finite Difference Time Domain Technique for Solving Maxwell's Equation in Complex Structures (IP2)

Some Recent Developments in Matrix Methods in Computational Electromagnetics (MS22)

Macroscopic Models of Superconductivity (IP6)

Electromagnetics (CP5)

Numerical Methods and Structured Matrices and Applications - I and II (MS24 and MS29)

Accuracy and Stability in Numerical Linear Algebra (MS61)

Numerical Linear Algebra (CP22)

New Trends in Partial Differential Equations and in the Calculus of Variations, and Applications to Problems in Materials Science (IP3)

Problems and Solutions in Special Functions (MS27)

Bifurcation Theory and Applications (MS44)

On Some Descriptions of the Dynamics of Viscous Fluids (SS2)

Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (MS75)

Computation of Normal Forms and Analysis of Nonlinear Vibrations (MS77)

Numerical Analysis I, II, III, and IV (CP6, CP8, CP11, and CP14)

New Trends in Partial Differential Equations and in the Calculus of Variations, and Applications to Problems in Materials Science (IP3)

Inhomogeneous Superconducting Materials: Dynamics and Static Problems (MS35)

Electronic and Semiconductor Device Simulations for Micro-electronic and Photonic Systems (MS42)

Fluid Dynamos: An Ongoing Challenge to Applied Mathematicians (IP8)

Numerical Algorithms in Air Quality Modeling (MS63)

Running Large-Scale Environmental Models on High-Speed Computers (MS71)

Global Atmospheric Modeling for Climate Simulation and Weather Prediction (IP12)

Environment (CP21)

Graph Partitioning and Dynamic Load Balancing - I and II (MS52 and MS66)

Modeling Complex Systems with Lattice Boltzmann Methods and Lattice Gas Automata (MS38)

The Integration of High-Performance Libraries with Applications (MS48)

Quantifying Uncertainty and Predictability in Mathematical Models (MS48a)

Symbolic Numerical Algorithms for Polynomials - I and II (MS51 and MS60)

Performance Analysis and Visualization Tools for Scientific Computation (MS78)

Federal Programs in Applied Mathematics and Computing (Panel)

Career Planning and Career Experiences - (MS9)

The Mathematical Contest in Modeling - MCM (MS31)

Computational Science and Engineering - I and II (MS40 and MS47)

The SIAM Student Paper Prizes (MS54)

Where Mathematics Education Must Go and How It Can Get There (IP9 and MS58)

The Deconstruction of Calculus Reform (IP10)

Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications Through the Curriculum: Models of Innovation (MS68)

AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize (MS69)

Education (CP10)

Graph Algorithms via Spectral Techniques (JP1)

Discrete Mathematics as a Tool for Molecular Biology (JP2)

Discrete Mathematics/Modeling - (MS18)

Discrete Mathematics (CP24)

Numerical Modeling as a Test Bed for NDT Methods (IP11)

Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Testing (MS64)

Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Evaluation (MS72)

A Mixed Integer Program for Deducing Objective Models of Drug Receptor Sites from Experimental Binding Data (IP7)

Partial Differential Equations and Applications - (MS19)

Partial Differential Equations I and II (CP1 and CP3)

Economics (CP20)

Approximation Theory (CP18)

Chaos (CP17)

Applied Mathematics I, II, III, & IV (CP2, CP4, CP7, & CP9)

Federal Programs in Applied Mathematics and Computing (Panel)

TJF created: 3/18/98, MMD Updated: 5/27/98