Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

What is SIAM at Geneseo?

SIAM at Geneseo is the student-run chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The main purpose and goals of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics is to promote research in mathematics and advance the application of mathematics into science, industry, and academia. Geneseo's Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics chapter was established in September of 2021. This chapter has brought students together from all fields of science, technology, and mathematics to help fulfill the goals of the national chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. As a member of our student chapter at Geneseo, you can become a member of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics for free. 

To learn more about the the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and what being a member of SIAM has to offer, visit the National SIAM website: National SIAM website

Upcoming Events: 

  • End of the Semester Movie Night: Come join us in Fraser 108 on Wednesday May 4th at 5 p.m. for a movie night! We will be watching Temple Grandin. We hope to see you there!

 

Officers of SIAM Chapter at Geneseo 

Faculty Advisor: Ahmad Almomani 

President: Ian Faerman 

Vice President: Allison Stenard

Secretary: Gianna Battista

Treasurer: Marcus Paone

 

Webmaster: Ashley Biondi