The Shippensburg University SIAM Student Chapter is pleased to invite participation in the fourth annual Mid-Atlantic Applied Mathematics Student Conference to be held April 12-13, 2013 on the campus of Shippensburg University in partnership with the SIAM Student Chapters at University of Delaware, George Mason University, Penn State University and University of Maryland - Baltimore County. (Click here to download a poster) to advertise this event.
Our keynote speaker will be:
Dr. Suzanne Lenhart
Professor of Mathematics
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exploring the Effects of Order of Events in Population Models with Discrete Time
Abstract: Careful consideration of the order of events will be discussed for
formulating population models with discrete time. Two examples will show how the order of
events can affect optimal control results; the control actions include harvesting and
augmentation of a population. One of the models is an integrodifference system which is continuous in
its spatial variable.
Abstracts (click here)
Submit abstracts here (preferred), or send e-mail to email@example.com with title, author(s), faculty advisor(s), and abstract, all typed directly in the text of the email. Students may present a 20 minute talk (with 5 minute Q&A) or a poster presentation. The oral presentations can be talks on undergraduate/graduate research or a presentation by a COMAP team showing Mathematical Contest in Modeling solution. We will be creating our own latex & pdf documents from the submissions. Submissions should be received by Thursday March 28, 2013.
To offset the expenses of refreshments and lunch, we are charging a modest registration fee of $7 for each attendee. To register for the conference in advance, send a check made out to Shippensburg University along with the name(s) and affiliation of all those registering. This information should be mailed to Dr. Luis Melara, Department of Mathematics, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA 17257 to be received by March 28, 2013.
Registration fees can also be paid in cash on site, but we would appreciate an e-mail in advance by March 28, 2013, with your name and affiliation, so we have the correct count for lunch and refreshments. The e-mail should be directed to Dr. Melara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING: Click here for directions to Shippensburg and a campus map. The MCT building is #35 on this map. Once on campus, you may park in any lot designated as Faculty, Staff, or Commuter. We recommend parking in the lot between buildings #8 and #9 and entering the front door of DHC (building #27) and walking all the way through to the MCT building.
LODGING: There is no block of rooms reserved for this conference, but if you do need to stay over, available options are:
Best Western Shippensburg Hotel
125 Walnut Bottom Road Shippensburg, PA 17257
Phone: (717) 532-5200;
fax: (717) 532-7148;
32 East King St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
Phone: (717) 532-4141;
fax (717) 532-5142;
LIMITED STUDENT TRAVEL & LODGING FUNDS AVAILABLE: Limited funding
for lodging & reimbursement for mileage traveled (up to 120 miles
each way) is provided for student presenters. A block of rooms
has been reserved for student participants and the cut-off date is
Thursday March 28, 2013. Funding is restricted to U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents.
This program is a National Security Agency sponsored activity, NSA Grant Number H98230-11-1-0229.
Last updated on April 4, 2013.