Welcome to CSU's SIAM Student Chapter!

The purpose of this organization is to increase students' awareness and knowledge of the interdisciplinary nature of applied mathematics in academia as well as in industry. This is accomplished by promoting student involvement in workshops and conferences and by providing students with a view into the wide range of fields in which a mathematician can work and also make great contributions.

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For more information, explore our webpage or contact us at siamcsu@gmail.com

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News!

Project Euler Night! (part 2)
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Please join us any time between 5:00pm-6:00pm (after the Math Club speaker at 4:00pm) to work on some Project Euler problems!
Bring a laptop, brain, and enthusiasm to Weber 223. Pizza will be provided!
Dr. Lori Ziegelmeier Colloquium!
Thursday, November 1, 2018
This Thursday (Nov. 1), the SIAM student chapter is hosting Dr. Lori Ziegelmeier for our first Alumni Back to Campus Colloquium of the school year! Dr. Ziegelmeier will be giving a talk at 4:00 pm in Weber 223 and immediately following her talk there will be a short Q&A session with snacks in Weber 117! Additionally, we will be taking Dr. Ziegelmeier out to lunch at 12:00 on Thursday and have room for about 3 more people. Respond to this email if you would like to join us for lunch!

Title: Tools for Geometric and Topological Data Analysis
Abstract: In this talk, I will present two projects for geometric and topological data analysis. The first, which was part of my dissertation work, stratifies points in a data cloud based on proximity to the boundary of the convex hull by solving a quadratic programming problem for each point. The geometry of the point cloud is encoded in a weight vector associated to each point, which reveals the relationship of the point to the boundary of the convex hull. The second project, with collaborators affiliated to CSU, develops a vector-based representation of a persistence diagram, a multiscale description of the topological (in particular, homological) features within a data set. Our representation is called a persistence image (PI) and is stable with respect to small perturbations in inputs. PIs show significant performance gains compared with existing methods in classifying common shape classes and are effective at inferring parameter values of dynamical system.
Personal Website Workshop!
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Join us for an interactive session on logging into CSU's servers and modifying your own personal website from 4pm-6pm! We'll meet in the computer lab (Weber 205) and start with how to write a HTML file, and then we'll work our way up to modifying style sheets to give extra flair!
Poster!
Sample page (right click -> Save Link As...)
Sample style sheet (right click -> Save Link As...)
CHILL Radar Tour!
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Sign up on the spreadsheet (check your email) to come on a tour of the CSU-CHILL National Radar Facility!
We depart from the Weber building around 1:45pm and will return to campus shortly after 5:00pm. action shot!
Photo by Kwancheol
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Photo by Kwancheol, Sophie
Project Euler!
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Please join us any time between 4:00pm-6:00pm to work on some Project Euler problems!
Bring a laptop, brain, and enthusiasm to Weber 223. Pizza will be provided! group photo
Photo by Sophie