Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science

Qiang Du "Materials, genome, data, and mathematics -- curious about how they come together and want to learn how new mathematics inspires materials discoveries? Join SIAG-MS, get in the loop, and “like” us on Facebook (!" 
  Qiang Du, Fu Foundation Prof of Appl Mathematics and Chair of Appl Mathematics Program, Fu Foundation School of Eng. & Appl Sci, Columbia University
  Former Chair, SIAM Activity Group on the Mathematics of Materials Science

The purpose of the SIAM Activity Group on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science (SIAG/MS) is to bring together mathematicians, engineers, and scientists interested in the application of analysis and computation to problems in materials science. The SIAG serves as a meeting point for mathematicians, engineers, and scientists from all areas of computational and materials science, thus fostering cross-fertilization between fields, and from diverse venues such as academia, industry, and the national laboratories.

The activity group sponsors the biennial SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science and minisymposia at the SIAM annual meetings. It also maintains a wiki, a member directory, and an electronic mailing wiki

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