Gene Golub SIAM Summer School

The summer school will focus on large-scale data analytics, which lies at the intersections of analytics algorithms and high performance computing. The target audience is intermediate graduate students, which includes students with a Master’s degree, second and third year Ph.D. students, or equivalent.

2019 Program

2019 Program

The 2019 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School will take place at the Paul Langevin, CNRS conference center in Aussois, in the French Alps.

Topic: High Performance Data Analytics
Dates: June 17-28, 2019
Application Deadline: February 8, 2019

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2020 Program

2020 Program

The Call for Proposals to organize the 2020 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School is now open. Letters of intent in all areas of applied and computational mathematics will be considered. 

Deadline for Letter of Intent: January 31, 2019
Deadline for Full Proposal: March 31, 2019

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About Professor Gene Golub


Gene was a leading pioneer in the field of numerical analysis, creating algorithms and software that allowed researchers to run large engineering and science calculations effectively on computers.

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Want to propose topics or organizers for a future program? Letters of intent in all areas of applied and computational mathematics will be considered. Use these templates to get started.


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