EASIAM was formed in 1998 and promotes the application of mathematics to science, engineering, and technology in East and South East Asia. The Section sponsors an annual conference
(All terms January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2014)
The East Asia Section of SIAM (EASIAM) has completed its elections for the next term. The newly-elected officers will serve for a two-year period from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014.
Professor Ming-Chih Lai has been elected as the new President of EASIAM. He is a distinguished professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. As a member of SIAM USA, Taiwan SIAM and the Taiwan Mathematical Society, his research interests are in the field of numerical methods for PDEs and computational fluid mechanics.
Professor Yongwimon Wiriyawit Lenbury of Mahidol University in Thailand has been elected to the post of Vice President of EASIAM. She is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and also serves as Director of the Center Excellence in Mathematics, PERDO, Commission on Higher Education, Thailand. Her main research interest is in mathematical and computer modeling of biological systems.
Professor Weichung Wang from the Department of Mathematics at National Taiwan University in Taiwan, has been appointed the new Secretary of EASIAM. Dr. Wang’s researches usually involve numerical linear algebra, computational optimization, parallel computing, and their applications. He has been a member of SIAM USA, Taiwan SIAM, and the Taiwan Mathematical Society for several years.
The 9th East Asia SIAM Conference took place June 18-20, 2013, at the Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
The 10th Conference of East Asia Section of SIAM (EASIAM2014) will be held June 23 - 25, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Tentative themes include:
- Schochastic PDEs and uncertainty quantification
- Image process and compressive sensing
- Numerical methods for PDEs
- Mathematical biology and dyamical systems
- Applied linear algebra
- Fluid dynamics and applications
- High performance computing