Activity Groups

The members of a SIAM activity group share an interest in a discipline or applications area. There are currently activity groups on:

Analysis of Partial Differential Equations

Computational Science and Engineering

Control and Systems Theory

Discrete Mathematics

Dynamic Systems

Financial Mathematics and Engineering

Geometric Design


Imaging Science

Life Sciences

Linear Algebra

Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures


Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions


These groups plan their own activities, e. g., conferences, minisymposia at SIAMs conferences and annual meetings, newsletters (paper and/or e-mail), and prizes. Each year, a directory of members is compiled for each activity group and distributed to its members. Additional information about activity groups is available online at www. siam. org/siags/siags. htm.

Visiting Lecturer Program

SIAMs Visiting Lecturer Program (VLP) offers a valuable resource to chairpersons, colloquium organizers, and undergraduate advisors: a roster of applied mathematicians in academia, industry, and government who are able to speak to students on a wide variety of topics. The visitors are experienced speakers who, in addition to their accomplishments in applied mathematics, have been recommended for their commitment to education and their ability to reach students. Most VLP topics can be adapted to different audiences. Access our VLP listings online at www. siam. org/vlp/ for speakers bios and talk titles, as well as guidelines and forms for host institutions.


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  2. Activity 2. Preparing to Introduce Someone
  3. B) Make up sentences with the word-groups you have translated.
  4. Brainstorming. In small groups of 3 or 4 students discuss formulated answers.
  5. Cells of the cartilaginous isogenous groups that are characterized by high nucleocytoplasmic ratio. Among such cells there are many those at different stages of mitosis.
  6. Conversion is the main way of forming verbs in Modern English. Verbs can be formed from nouns of different semantic groups and have different meanings, e.g.
  7. COUNT III - Strict Liability-Abnormally Dangerous Activity - Products Liability
  8. Financial results of enterprise activity
  9. Free Word-Groups Versus Phraseological Units Versus Words
  10. How can the following words be divided into groups according to the stressed vowel?
  11. Kinds of activity enterprises

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