Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Rackham Building, Ann Arbor

The┬áMichigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering welcomed a distinguished group of scientists from around the world for its 2019 Symposium, titled “Computational Science: Classical Origins, New Frontiers.” We will post a video gallery in the next few days.

Speakers


Marsha Berger
Professor, Computer Science and Mathematics
New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences


Marisa Eisenberg
Associate Professor, Epidemiology, Mathematics and Complex Systems
University of Michigan


Carla Gomes
Professor and Director, Institute for Computational Sustainability
Cornell University


Jan Hesthaven
Dean, School of Basic Sciences
EPFL, Switzerland


Necmiye Ozay
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Michigan


KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Stephen Wolfram
Founder and CEO, Wolfram Research
Creator of Mathematica

Poster Competition

The symposium included a poster competition highlighting outstanding computational work from U-M students and postdocs. First place was awarded $500, second $300 and third place $200. A gallery of posters will be available here soon.

We gratefully acknowledge KLA for the sponsoring of the poster session and competition.

Agenda

Please note, this event aims to reduce waste at every point possible by using both recyclable and compostable materials. Please bring a reusable mug, etc., if you can.