The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) Annual Symposium will take place April 7 in the Rackham Building on U-M’s Central Campus.
Titled “Towards Tomorrow’s Computational Science,” the symposium will feature an outstanding group of speakers, including the director of NSF’s Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure, Irene Qualters; 2016 SIAM awardee Linda Petzold (UCSB); AMS/SIAM Norbert Wiener Prize winner James Sethian (Berkeley); and MathWorks co-founder and Matlab author Cleve Moler.
The symposium will also include a poster session highlighting outstanding computational work from U-M researchers and students. To participate in the poster session, contact Mariana Carrasco-Teja.
More information, including a detailed agenda, will be posted on the MICDE website as it becomes available.