Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Emory University

Program ID: Emory-ACMPROGRAM [#792]
Program Title: Applied and Computational Mathematics Program Summer 2019
Program Type: Undergraduate program
Program Location: Atlanta, Georgia 30322, United States [map]
Subject Areas: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Image Processing, Fluid Dynamics, Modeling, Linear Algebra
Application Deadline: 2019/03/08* (posted 2019/02/01, listed until 2019/03/08)
Program Description:    

*** the list date or deadline for this program has passed, and no new applications will be accepted. ***

The Department of Mathematics at Emory University has multiple funded positions for undergraduate summer research in applied and computational mathematics. Topics include machine learning, inverse problems, linear algebra, and partial differential equations. The students will be hosted on Emory's main campus in Atlanta, GA, for eight weeks during the summer. Students are expected to start on June 3. Participants will work independently on a research project under the guidance of the local faculty mentors.

Summer 2019 projects are being developed in the areas (a) deep neural networks modeled by partial differential equations (b) efficient methods for large-scale image processing (c) numerical linear algebra and eigenvalue problems (d) computational hemodynamics.

More details about ongoing projects are listed at (http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/Research/Area/ScientificComputing/research/). Applicants should indicate their preference among these areas in their research statement.

We particularly encourage women, students from underrepresented groups or institutions, and first-generation college students to apply.

Applicants should have a strong background in applied mathematics (including numerical linear algebra, differential equations, optimization, ...) as well as technical skills (most importantly, programming skills in MATLAB or Julia). Other optional but highly valued skills include parallel computing, GPU computing, optimization, partial differential equations. In addition to writing a paper, students are expected to produce high-quality codes for their numerical experiments.

Supported participants will receive a stipend of 3,000 USD, travel support of up to 1,000 USD, and free on-campus accommodation.

More information about Scientific Computing at Emory can be found here: http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/Research/Area/ScientificComputing/Application Materials

Application Materials:

Curriculum Vitae Research Statement (discussing experiences and skills related to the program, motivation for the program, career goals,...) Transcript (unofficial ok) Two Reference Letters (to be submitted by the reference writers at this site)

Eligibility: 1) Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at a US institution. US citizenship or permanent residency are not required. 2) Students must be available full-time during the period of June 3 - August 2. 3) The program primarily targets undergraduate students majoring in mathematics or applied mathematics with advanced standing, but we encourage all science majors to apply.


Application Materials Required:
Submit the following items online at this website to complete your application:
And anything else requested in the program description.

Further Info:
http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/Research/Area/ScientificComputing/research/
 
Emory University
Department of Mathematics
400 Dowman Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30322

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