Welcome to the home page of the Harvard University student chapter of the Society for Industrial Applied Mathematics!

The Harvard University chapter is an organization of Harvard undergraduate students that promotes research and application of mathematics through education, recognition, and interconnection. It coordinates activities including presentations by notable applied mathematicians, volunteer efforts, information/networking sessions with relevant firms, community-building social events within the Applied Mathematics department, student research presentations, and student research publications. Our chapter encourages exploration at the interface of mathematics and a diverse set of fields, bringing together students of all quantitative disciplines and facilitating academic discussion and social connection.

For more information on the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, including conference information, books, research opportunities, and registration information, please visit http://www.siam.org/.