SIAM Northwest Regional Mathematics in Industry Workshop, October 12-14, 2000, Husky Union Building (HUB), University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Hosted by the University of Washington, Seattle, WA


This is the fifth workshop in a series of regional meetings focusing on mathematics in industry. These workshops (funded by an NSF grant to SIAM) are intended to provide a forum for discussion on applied/industrial mathematics programs. See http://www.siam.org/mii for pointers to previous workshop in this series and the SIAM Report on Mathematics in Industry. The goal of the Northwest Workshop is to facilitate discussion between faculty, students, and mathematicians working in industry and national laboratories. The program will feature talks by representatives from local industry describing both their technical work and the opportunities for collaboration with academia and for summer internships. Additionally a number of university programs designed to enhance university/industryinteractions or to prepare students for careers in industry will bedescribed and there will be discussions of related undergraduate and graduate curriculum issues. Current and former students will describetheir experiences working in industry and national laboratories, whileparallel sessions will focus on more specific problem areas.

Further information about the Northwest Regional Workshop can be found at: http://www.ms.washington.edu/acms/activities/miiworkshop.

Organization Committee

Loyce Adams, Ken Bube, Anne Greenbaum, Jack Lee, Randy LeVeque

Registration

The registration fee is $50 ($25 for students). This covers dinner (Thursday, Oct. 12), all refreshments during breaks, and the visit to local industry (Friday, Oct. 13).

Please make checks payable to: University of Washington and mail completed registration form with fee to:
Donna Gardner
Department of Applied Mathematics
Box 352420
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2420
E-mail: gardner@amath.washington.edu

The registration form in PDF format can be downloaded from the web. Go to http://www.ms.washington.edu/acms/activities/miiworkshop/SIAMreg.PDF.

Address all other correspondence concerning the meeting to:
Anne Greenbaum
Mathematics Department
Box 354350
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-4350
E-mail: greenbau@math.washington.edu

Hotel Information

A block of rooms has been reserved at:

Silver Cloud Inn
5036 25th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: 206-526-5200, 800-205-6940
Fax: 206-522-1450
R
oom rate is $89/night + 15.6% tax.
Hotel Reservation Form

The hote is walking distance to campus. The cutoff date is Sept. 12, 2000. (Ask for rooms under SIAM room block.)

Other nearby hotels (within walking distance) include:

University Motel
4731 12th Ave NE
Phone: 206-522-4724
R
oom rates: $69--$75.

College Inn
4000 University Way NE
Phone: 206-633-4441
R
oom Rates: $45--$85 (bathrooms are shared)

Getting to the University of Washington

See web page: http://www.ms.washington.edu/acms/activities/miiworkshop

Area Information

Seattle is a great place to visit during the early autumn. The area has wonderful natural attractions such as Mount Rainier and the Cascades, Puget Sound and Lake Washington. It is also home to thriving businessessuch as Boeing, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Starbucks, and Amazon.com. For more information on the area and special events, see the Seattle-King County Convention and Visitors Bureau web page: http://www.seattleinsider.com/partners/seeseattle.

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