This student conference is organized primarily by the officers of Purdue’s chapter of SIAM and is geared to providing an opportunity for students here at Purdue to present their interdisciplinary computational research. This conference unites students in multiple disciplines across Purdue, as well as from other national institutions as they present their research orally or in poster sessions. The conference runs for about 4 hours, beginning with a keynote address, followed by poster and paper sessions. A final keynote address and presentation awards conclude the conference.
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