Hi! We are the Imperial College student chapter of SIAM  (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics), a group of maths graduate students organising events to share ideas, foster interdisciplinary research, and explore career opportunities. Join us to get updates on our activities and be eligible for free membership to SIAM!

Our chapter is run by a committee of graduate students from Imperial College London with the support of a faculty advisor.


Our Committee

Anna Curran

My research focuses on using tools from complex analysis to study the effects of surfactants on flows over superhydrophobic surfaces.

Henry Rodriguez-Broadbent

I study the application of complex analysis to problems rooted in fluid dynamics and transport theory. My work aims to develop these analytic methods to solve such problems, and to improve computation. 

Diego Artacho de Obeso

I am currently studying the existence and behaviour of conformal solitons in different kinds of spacetime geometries. I am also working on Khovanov homology in knot theory. 

Faculty Advisor: Prof Demetrios Papageorgiou.

You can find our past committee members here.