EASIAM

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EASIAM (East Asia Section of SIAM)
Formation1998; 23 years ago (1998)
Legal statusActive
PurposePromoting applied mathematics in eastern Asia
Region
 Japan
 China
 Hong Kong
 Macau
 Taiwan
 South Korea
 Singapore
 Philippines
 Thailand
 Indonesia
 Brunei
FieldsApplied Mathematics
Official language
English
Key people
Gilbert Strang (Founder of EASIAM)
Parent organization
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Websitesr3.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/easiam/

EASIAM (East Asia Section of SIAM) is the eastern Asian branch of the US-based Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. EASIAM is aiming to advance studies of applied mathematics (such as optimization and numerical analysis) in eastern Asia.

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EASIAM is regularly publishing the East Asian Journal on Applied Mathematics from Global Science Press (based in Hong Kong), giving student paper prizes,[1] and hold the EASIAM conference every year.[2]

Year Region City EASIAM conference organizer
2019  China Wuhan Wuhan University
2018  Japan Tokyo University of Tokyo
2017  South Korea Seoul Seoul National University
2016  Macau Taipa University of Macau
2014  Thailand Pattaya Mahidol University
2013  Indonesia Bandung Bandung Institute of Technology
2012  Taiwan Taipei National Taiwan University
2011  Japan Kitakyushu Waseda University
2010 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Malaya University
2009  Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Universiti Brunei Darussalam
2008  South Korea Daejeon National Institute for Mathematical Sciences

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