[ugrads] Fwd: Stanford ICME
xzhou23 at hawk.iit.edu
Wed Nov 21 10:18:37 CST 2012
This is a good opportunity if you are considering going to a graduate
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of
President, IIT SIAM Student Chapter
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From: Josh Tennefoss <jtbike2000 at gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 4:23 PM
Subject: Stanford ICME
To: kaul at iit.edu, sli at math.iit.edu
Dear Illinois Institute of Technology SIAM Chapter,
Could you forward this message to your student members? ICME at
Stanford is a program that is very much aligned with SIAM activities
and mission. We are always looking for talented students and would
like to reach out to fellow SIAM Student Chapters around the country.
Very best wishes,
Director ICME, Stanford
The Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME) at
Stanford University invites talented students to apply to its MS or
PhD programs. We are looking for outstanding graduate students with
strong mathematical and computational skills. Our application deadline
is December 4, 2012 for the PhD program and January 8, 2013 for the MS
program. Several fellowships are available for incoming PhD students.
At ICME, we work at the intersection of mathematics, computing and
applications in engineering and the applied sciences. We collaborate
closely with engineers and scientists to develop improved
computational approaches and mathematical models. We help advance many
engineering and scientific fields, such as fluid and solid mechanics,
computer graphics, reservoir modeling, bio-engineering, uncertainty
quantification, stochastics, optimization, and financial mathematics.
We train students and scholars in mathematical modeling, scientific
computing, and advanced computational algorithms. We offer a
comprehensive suite of undergraduate and graduate courses to the
Stanford community in numerical methods, computing and applied
mathematics. For our graduate students we also offer a strong core set
of advanced courses that include theoretical and numerical
differential equations, discrete mathematics, linear and nonlinear
optimization, numerical linear algebra and stochastic methods.
At the MS level, we also offer two specialized tracks in Computational
Geosciences (https://pangea.stanford.edu/programs/compgeo/) and
More information about ICME can be found at http://icme.stanford.edu.
We invite you to browse our faculty profiles, student research
profiles, Ph.D. theses database, course offerings, as well as
Computational Consulting, our free advice service for the Stanford
If you have any questions that are not addressed on our webpages, do
not hesitate to contact ICME director Margot Gerritsen at
margot.gerritsen at stanford.edu.
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