The University of Kansas SIAM chapter has the purpose of bettering the application of mathematics and computational science in a wide variety of disciplines such as engineering, statistics, physics, computer science, and economics.

Our goal is to establish communication, collaboration, and connections between fellow members, other student chapters, and departmental faculty and foster creativity and curiosity of ideas and learning in applied mathematics and computational science.

The SIAM chapter at KU is a new student-run organization that is based in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Kansas. Our organization is open to all: women and men, students and faculty. We hold bi-weekly meetings and organize bi-weekly presentations and conversations throughout the Fall and Spring semesters.

Interested graduate students are encouraged to apply to the SIAM Gene Golub Summer School. The application is due February 1, 2018!

SIAM meeting: 11/29/2017

SIAM KU Student Chapter meeting