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Students are the future of applied mathematics and computational science. SIAM welcomes students with opportunities to participate in SIAM, as well as online resources on education and careers.
Right: The Magdeburg Chapter of SIAM (Otto von Guericke University/Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems) group photo.
SIAM Memberships for students are greatly
discounted or free.
Join an existing SIAM student chapter or start a new one.
Opportunities for travel and recognition!
Students, browse our online guides to graduate and undergraduate programs. Educators, review SIAM-sponsored reports and surveys on educational issues.
Here’s what you can do with that math degree.
The Gene Golub Summer School offers free graduate level summer schools in applied mathematics, computational science, and industrial mathematics for up to 50 doctoral students.
Learn how to conduct a job search. Sign up for the Career Fair at the SIAM Annual Meeting.
See what’s available for graduate and undergraduate students.
A math modeling contest for high school students in the Northest and Mid-Atlantic US – from Maine through Washington DC.
Links to a variety of math websites.
Accepting papers for our electronic publication devoted to undergraduate research in applied and computational mathematics.
News about and for our student members.
Math contests for middle school, high school, and undergraduate students.
Mathematical and computational analyses have proved to be uniquely insightful for solving a myriad of problems in science, society and our everyday lives. Why Do Math highlights solutions to many of these problems.
An awareness campaign to help people learn more about the mathematics behind everyday life and the technologies we encounter.