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Applied & Computational Mathematics Evening

January 28, 2021
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Join us for an evening of faculty talks on exciting course-related subjects, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session with faculty and student researchers.


  • Vitaly Katsnelson, Ph.D.: The Mathematics of Medical Imaging. Can mathematics save lives? Discover the vital role mathematics plays in non-invasive medical imaging techniques, including CT-scans and MRIs.
  • Eduardo Corona, Ph.D.: How Numerical Methods Help Us Simulate Reality. Do you want to design a self-driving car, find the next smart nano-material, or build the engine behind a free-world video game? Learn how to simulate real world chemistry and behavior with numerical mathematics.
  • Pejman Sanaei, Ph.D.: From Meteorites and Droplets to Filtration and Land Degradation. Find out how mathematical modeling can help you determine everything from the life of membrane filters in vacuum cleaners to the stability flight of meteorites and the impact of erosion in nature.


Join us on Zoom

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