AR-SIAM was created in 2006 to provide a forum for the discussion and enhancement of applied mathematics in Argentina and to promote the application of mathematics to science, engineering, computational science, industry, and technology.
(All terms May 1, 2011 – April 31, 2013)
Chair: Rubén Daniel Spies, Instituto de Matemática Aplicada del Litoral, CONICET-UNL, Santa Fe
Vice Chair: Domingo Alberto Tarzia, CONICET, Universidad Austral , Rosario
Second Vice Chair: Pablo Miguel Jacovkis, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Secretary: Diana Rubio, Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Second Secretary: Eduardo A. Santillan Marcus, Universidad Austral, Rosario
Treasurer: María Cristina Maciel, Universidad Nacional del Sur
Second Treasurer: Karina Guadalupe Temperini, Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Council: Carlos D’Attellis, Pablo Lotito, Graciela Sottosanto, Gabriel Rubén Soto, Cristina Turner
II TAMI 2012, the Second Workshop on Industrial Mathematics, was held in Buenos Aires July 30 to August 4, 2012. The workshop was geared toward undergraduate seniors and recent graduates with interest in applied mathematics. Over the course of a week, 52 participants worked with professionals on the application of mathematics to real problems that arise in industry.
VII ITLA 2012, the 7th Italian-Latin American Conference on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, took place December 17-21 in Rosario, Argentina. It promoted the application of mathematics in science, engineering, computational science, industry, and technology, and provided a medium for the exchange of information and ideas between Latin-American and Italian mathematicians. The main areas that the conference addressed include numerical analysis, biomathematics, computational methods, and quantitative finance.
IV MACI 2013, the 4th Congress on Applied, Computational, and Industrial Mathematics, will be held in Buenos Aires, May 15-17. Confirmed speakers include:
- Douglas Arnold (University of Minnesota)
- Ricardo Durán (UBA-CONICET, Buenos Aires)
- Thomas Heldt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- Arthur Krener (University of California-Davis)
- Juan C. Meza (University of California-Merced) and
- Gerald Nunes Silva (Universidad Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil.)