The Association for Women in Mathematics plans a two-day event for the first two days of the 1996 Annual Meeting for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. AWM and SIAM welcome your participation.
The event focuses on the reporting of research results and mentoring of graduate students and Postdocs. It includes a minisymposium which specifically addresses the topic of how to give an oral presentation, four research-focused minisymposia on control theory, inverse problems, dynamical systems, and stochastic processes, and one poster session.
Participants will have an opportunity to meet one on one with established researchers and to receive feedback on the presentation of their own talks. Those attending the workshop events can interact with outstanding applied mathematicians from industry, government laboratories and universities over two informal lunches and a dinner where there will be panels on careers, on government funding and a keynote speaker.
An important event at the dinner on Monday evening, July 22, will be the awarding of the Alice T. Schafer Prize. This prize is awarded annually to outstanding undergraduate women for their accomplishments and promise in the field of mathematics. It is given in alternate years at AMS and SIAM annual meetings.
MS3 Presenting Your Work and Yourself to the World: A Focus on Oral Communications
Organizer: Rosemary E. Chang
Panel on Careers
Poster Session for Graduate Students
MS10 Inverse Problems
Organizer: Changmei Liu
MS13 New Models and Approaches for Stochastic Phenomena in Physics and Chemistry (AWM-SIAM Minisymposium)
Organizers: Rachel Kuske, Stanford University; and Malgorzata M. Klosek, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Dinner and Awarding of the Alice T. Schafer Prize
Keynote Speaker: Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, University of Kansas
MS16 Applications of Control Theory
Organizers: Mary Ann Horn, Vanderbilt University; and Suzanne Lenhart, University of Tennessee
12:00 - 12:45 PM
12:45 - 1:30 PM
Panel on Government Funding
MS23 Geometric Methods in Dynamical Systems I
Organizer: Kathy Alligood
There is no registration fee for the AWM Workshop. The panels, minisymposia and poster sessions are open to all. Pre-registration for workshop lunch and dinner banquet tickets are strongly encouraged. Tickets on-site will be very limited. Individuals who wish to attend the Schafer Prize session need to pre-register for the dinner banquet. Individuals can inquire about ticket availability at the AWM registration desk on Sunday, July 21 from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. or on Monday, July 22 or Tues., July 23 from 7:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m. To obtain a pre-registration form for the meal functions, please contact the AWM office, 4114 Computer and Space Sciences Bldg., University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742-2461; 301-405-7892 or email@example.com. Pre-registration deadline is: June 15, 1996. For further information on the workshop, contact the workshop chairperson, Joyce McLaughlin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dawn Wheeler at the AWM office (email@example.com).
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