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SIMIODE EXPO 2021 Detailed Invitation

SIMIODE EXPO 2021 Detailed Invitation


SIMIODE EXPO 2021, 12-13 February 2021 – Hundreds attend an intimate, content packed conference, focused on teaching differential equations with modeling, and MUCH MORE! All with opportunities for informal conversations on the conference platform.

REGISTER NOW  for this international conference. Folks have already registered from  Panama, Israel, United States, Viet Nam, Nigeria, Ireland, Ghana, Philippines, Norway, Columbia, Canada, Portugal, Czech Republic, and Honduras. Come make new friends.

Many great sessions and minicourses, fun MathBowl, informal social groups, your own meeting avatar, and much to offer students and non-students. Here are some samples.

Mentewab Ayalew, Spelman College, shares her insight, “Integration of biology, mathematics, and computing in the classroom through the creation and repeated use of transdisciplinary modules.”

Michael Naylor of  abacaba and TEDxTrondheim – Art inspired by mathematics fame talks about “How mathematics inspires art,” while Sofya Kerzhner, Baltimore City Community College, minicourses us in “Unlocking Creativity and Enhancing Flexible Thinking through Art.”

Amee Evans Godwin, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME),  opens our eyes and minds  about “Accessibility of Digital Resources: A framework for the evaluation of STEM OER.”

Stop in on Poster Sessions and chat about individual progress.

Hear six student career path talks from math folks involved at General Motors, actuary science, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Labs, National Security Agency, Boeing, and Stanford University Economics.

Jennifer Czocher, Texas State University, tells us about “What we can we learn about students that grades won’t teach us?”

We hear from Beverly West of CODEE Journal and Paul Zachlin of OhioLink DE – two great sources for teaching.

Anthony Stefan, Florida Institute of Technology,  tells all in “Participating in SCUDEM – SIMIODE Challenge as Student, Coach, and Host.”

Keynotes from Matt Boelkins, Editor PRIMUS, on “More Linear Algebra” and Brian Macdonald, ESPN Sports, Data Scientist, “An overview of data science problems in the sports industry”.

Finite elements, Laplace transforms, stochastic processes, delay differential equations, and mobile apps to enhance learning DEs – all on the program.

Tracy Weyand, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, moderates informal discussion, “On how to get started with modeling in coursework.”

Terrance Pendleton, Drake University, is up front and direct in saying, “Show Me the Data–Examples (and Resources) for Data-Driven Modeling.”

Carrie Diaz Eaton, Bates College, Erin Bodine, Rhodes College, and Joanna Wares, University of Richmond lead panels on “Teaching Disease Modeling with Social Justice” AND “Teaching Social Justice in the Mathematics Classroom.”

Trefor Bazett, University of Victoria, producer of  YouTube many videos  talks about, “Opportunities and Challenges Engaging a Global Audience” while Dina Yagodich, Frederick  Community College, talks about her hundreds of videos for student use and learning.

Do not miss out! REGISTER NOW  for this international conference – SIMIODE EXPO 2021, 12-13 February 2021.   See you on 12 February 2021 for opening session at 3:30 PM Eastern US Time. All sessions will be recorded for conference attendees for viewing and revisiting after the conference so you will not have to miss anything.