Welcome to Manchester SIAM-IMA Student Chapter!
The University of Manchester SIAM-IMA Student Chapter encourages the promotion of applied mathematics and computational science to students, especially, but not limited to, graduate students. The Chapter was set up in December 2009, and is run by a committee of PhD and Masters students at The University of Manchester, with help from our Faculty Advisors Nicholas J. Higham and David Silvester.
If you are a member of SIAM and an IMA e-Student, you can join the Chapter now by filling the registration form. SIAM membership is free of charge for all the students of the University of Manchester, if you are not a SIAM member yet you can apply here. To become an IMA e-Student follow the instructions on the IMA site.
SIAM UKIE National Student Chapter Conference 2019
We are proud to have organized the SIAM UKIE National Student Chapter conference 2019 on 10-11 June 2019. See the conference website for information about the event. Registration is now clearly closed. Don't miss the next one in 2020!
3-Minute Thesis Competition
The Manchester SIAM-IMA Student Chapter is proud to organize the first 3-Minute Thesis Competition at the Department of Mathematics on November 22, 2019 at 15:00. Do you think you can present your thesis project in just three minutes? If so, register here and try to be among the three winners ! If you are not interested in the competition, do not worry! You can come and enjoy the talks, together with food and refreshments at the end of the event
The 3-Minute Thesis competion is a concept developed by the University of Queensland which quickly spread across Australia and went global. We are proud to start this new tradition at our local SIAM-IMA chapter.
Manchester SIAM Social Event 2019
Join us at 4pm on 1st of November for a relaxed evening to meet the other Chapter members, have a say in future activities, and enjoy free drinks and pizza! See here for more information and registration.
Dr Swinton's seminars
At 2:00 PM on Wednesday the 16th of October, Jonathan Swinton will give two talks about the relationship between phyllotaxis and Fibonacci's numbers, and Alan Turing's life in Manchester. The first talk is open to any undergraduate in Maths, while the history of Turing can be enjoyed by anyone, so feel free to come! Register and join us in Alan Turing G.209 (Alan Turing Building). Free drinks and food will be served!
Annual General Meeting 2019
At 5:00PM on Thursday the 27th of June we will be hosting our Annual General Meeting of the Chapter in Frank Adams 2. The agenda for the meeting will consist of a review of this year's activities including plans for next year's events. It is an opportunity for you to have a say in the future activities. Free drinks and pizza will be served. Places are limited, please register here.