Georgia Scientific Computing Symposium

Other Talks
Saturday, February 23, 2013 - 8:30am
8 hours (full day)
Georgia State University
Georgia State University
The purpose of the GSC Symposium is to provide an opportunity for professors, postdocs, and graduate students in the Atlanta area to meet in an informal setting, to exchange ideas, and to highlight local scientific computing research. Certainly, the symposium is open to whole mathematics and computer sciences communities. The previous meetings were held at Emory University (2009), Georgia Institute of Technology (2010), Emory University (2011) and University of Georgia (2012). The 2013 GSC Symposium will be held at the Georgia State University campus and is organized by Alexandra Smirnova and Vladimir Bondarenko in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Georgia State. The following researchers have agreed to give invited plenary lectures: Hao Gao, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Emory University; Guillermo Goldsztein, School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology; Yi Jiang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Georgia State University; Caner Kazanci, Department of Mathematics, University of Georgia; Brani Vidakovic, College of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. There will be poster sessions. Anyone attending this symposium may present a poster. We especially encourage graduate students and postdocs to use this opportunity displaying their research results. Please register at the Symposium  website.