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SIMIODE EXPO 202310–12 February 2023

SIMIODE EXPO 2023 is an international online conference for faculty, students, and other parties interested in using modeling to motivate, teach, and learn differential equations. The three day conference goes from 1:00 PM (Eastern US Time) Friday, 10 February 2023, through 6:00 PM (Eastern US Time) on Sunday, 12 February 2023.

This conference is part of a Community of Practice in SIMIODE — Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities in Differential Equations. SIMIODE EXPO 2023 will offer a tapestry of issues for teaching differential equations using modeling and some broader mathematical topics, as well as great opportunities for social interactions with colleagues from around the world. Some sessions will be followed by breakout discussions on topics of interest to attendees. All presentation sessions will be recorded for post-conference viewing as in past EXPO conferences.

We will have keynote speakers, workshops and hands on sessions in modeling in differential equations and calculus, general presentations, SCUDEM sharing, a fun MathBowl, and much time set aside for friendly conversations and meet-ups through the informal conference platform in Breakout sessions.

Call for Presentations and Sessions

The deadline for abstract submission was 31 January 2023.

SIMIODE EXPO 2023 is a conference which belongs to participants, and the schedule will be filled in as we receive proposals for sessions and talks. This conference is an evolving one in which participants build the schedule of workshops, presentations, and informal conversation breakout sessions. There are several levels of presentation and session lengths, with each presentation followed by a 5 minute break. In addition, there are one hour breakout sessions for scheduled and informal conversations in small groups.

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Registration

Late registration is available until 9 February 2023. Rates for late registration are $30US for students and $50US for non-students.

Register for EXPO 2023. Please note that registration is a two-step process:

  1. Fill out the registration form and press the Submit button.
  2. Add the registration to your cart and Checkout.
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Conference Schedule Overview

This year's SIMIODE EXPO 2023 is a three-day virtual online conference from 1:00 PM (Eastern US Time) Friday, 10 February 2023 through 6:00 PM on Sunday, 12 February 2023. We will have two keynote speakers, workshops and hands-on sessions on modeling in differential equations and calculus, SCUDEM sharing, and a fun MathBowl. Time is set aside for friendly conversations and meet-ups through the informal conference platform.

The conference has several levels of presentations and session lengths, with 5 minute breaks between presentations. Throughout the conference there are breaks for scheduled and informal conversations in small groups.

Day 1: Friday, 10 February 2023

All times are Eastern US Time.

  1. 12:45 PM–1:00 PM: Opening Ceremony and Greeting
  2. 1:00 PM–1:25 PM: Modeling Opportunities, 3 concurrent tracks
  3. 1:30 PM–1:55 PM: Organizational Sources, 2 concurrent tracks
  4. 2:00 PM–2:25 PM: Get to Know Colleague Attendees
  5. 2:30 PM–3:25 PM: Keynote Speaker
  6. 3:30 PM–3:55 PM: Breakout Time on Topics, 3 concurrent tracks
  7. 4:00 PM–4:25 PM: Role of Technology and Tools in Modeling - I, 2 concurrent tracks
  8. 4:30 PM–4:55 PM: Role of Technology and Tools in Modeling - II, 2 concurrent tracks
  9. 5:00 PM–5:55 PM: Calculus and Differential Equation Modeling, 2 concurrent tracks
  10. 6:00 PM–7:30 PM: Meal Break
  11. 7:30 PM–7:55 PM: Big Picture Issues, 2 concurrent tracks
  12. 8:00 PM–8:25 PM: Sources and Examples of Models, 2 concurrent tracks
  13. 8:30 PM–8:55 PM: Some History and Geometry, 2 concurrent tracks
  14. 9:00 PM–until: Free Time; End of First Day

Day 2: Saturday, 11 February 2023

All times are Eastern US Time.

  1. 12:45 PM–1:00 PM: Opening Greeting
  2. 1:00 PM–1:25 PM: SCUDEM
  3. 1:30 PM–1:55 PM: SCUDEM Experiences, 3 concurrent tracks
  4. 2:00 PM–2:25 PM: Using SIMIODE and Other Published Sources, 2 concurrent tracks
  5. 2:30 PM–2:55 PM: Large Source Materials, 2 concurrent tracks
  6. 3:00 PM–3:55 PM: Keynote Speaker
  7. 4:00 PM–4:25 PM: Using SIMIODE and Other Published Sources, 2 concurrent tracks
  8. 4:30 PM–4:55 PM: Modeling in Undergraduate Research - I, 2 concurrent tracks
  9. 5:00 PM–5:55 PM: Get to Know Colleague Attendees
  10. 5:30 PM–5:55 PM: Model Examples, 2 concurrent tracks
  11. 6:00 PM–7:25 PM: Meal Break
  12. 7:30 PM–7:55 PM: And Now for Somethings Completely Different...AND Good!, 2 concurrent tracks
  13. 8:00 PM–8:25 PM: Modeling in Undergraduate Research - II, 2 concurrent tracks
  14. 8:30 PM–8:55 PM: Modeling in Undergraduate Research - III, 2 concurrent tracks
  15. 9:00 PM:–9:45 PM: Math Bowl
  16. 9:45 PM:–until: After Hours Small Group Discussions on ChatGPT
  17. Free Time: Conference Platform Available for Networking and Socializing
  18. End of Day Two

Day 3: Sunday, 12 February 2023

All times are Eastern US Time.

  1. 12:45 PM–1:00 PM: Opening Greeting
  2. 1:00 PM–1:25 PM: Special Topics within Differential Equations Modeling Courses, 2 concurrent tracks
  3. 1:30 PM–1:55 PM: How to Get Started with Modeling in a Course, 2 concurrent tracks
  4. 2:00 PM–2:25 PM: Outreach Efforts for Mathematics, 2 concurrent tracks
  5. 2:30 PM–2:55 PM: Sample Classes Discussed and Demonstrated, 2 concurrent tracks
  6. 3:00 PM–3:25 PM: Engaging Students Early and Close to Cognate Discipline Courses, 2 concurrent tracks
  7. 3:30 PM–4:25 PM: Authoring a Modeling Textbook - Why and How
  8. 4:30 PM–4:55 PM: Breakout Rooms to Discuss Important Issues
  9. 5:00 PM–5:25 PM: Applications in Biology and Engineering, 2 concurrent tracks
  10. 5:30 PM–5:55 PM: Modeling - The Broader Viewpoint, 2 concurrent tracks
  11. 6:00 PM–6:15 PM: Farewell, Closing, and Evaluation Survey
  12. 6:15 PM–until: Conference Platform Available for Networking and Socializing
  13. End of EXPO
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Detailed Conference Schedule

Details on the evolving conference schedule will be posted as sessions are set and filled.

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EXPO 2023 Conference Directors

  1. Wandi Ding, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro TN USA
  2. Yanping Ma, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles CA USA
  3. Leigh Noble, SIMIODE, Winnipeg MB CANADA
  4. Brian Winkel, SIMIODE, Chardon OH USA

Student Associates: Anna Salam, Betram Lalusha, and Rachel Meilak, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles CA USA

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