6th December 2019

Hardiman Research Building, NUI Galway

Contact: siam.nuig@gmail.com

This year the sixth annual Irish SIAM Student Chapter Conference is being organised by the NUI Galway Student Chapter of SIAM. The conference brings together research students from different universities, giving them the chance to broaden their horizons and see what other students in their research area are working on. The conference aims to build relationships and foster collaboration amongst early career researchers in the areas of industrial and applied mathematics in Ireland and further afield. The event is generously supported by SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics), the Stokes Cluster of the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics at NUI Galway, and the NUI Galway Mathematics Society.

Thank to our invited guests, Doireann O'Kiely from the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford and Andrea Aleni from Google, for agreeing to participate with plenary talks.

NUI Galway           SIAM                     Stokes Cluster           CORE

Registration/Application Form 

Registration is closed.

This conference adheres to and supports the SIAM Statement on Inclusiveness.

Location & Parking

The conference will take place in the Hardiman Research Building at NUI Galway. The Hardiman Research Building is located beside the main university concourse and close to a Park & Ride drop-off point. For information on how to get to Galway and the university campus, see the university website. A map of the campus with the conference location highlighted (#12) can be found here.

Parking. Parking permits for the Park & Ride carpark at the North Campus, Dangan will be are available on request - please contact us in advance if you require one. Please note that you will be clamped if you park elsewhere on campus.


A list of hostels, guesthouses and B&Bs within walking distance of the conference location is provided below.

Organising Committee 

President: Roberto Galizia
Vice President: Cian O'Brien
Secretary: James Blackwell
Treasurer: Aoife Hill
Faculty Advisor: Niall Madden
Other Committee Members: Hannah Conroy Broderick, Róisín Hill, Vinh Mai, Pearce Harney-Nolan, Kelvin Kileen, Christine Marshall.