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SIMIODE EXPO 2022 10–13 February 2022

Download the EXPO 2022 flyer.

SIMIODE EXPO 2022 is an international online conference for faculty, students, and other parties interested in using modeling to motivate, teach, and learn differential equations. The four day conference goes from 1:00 PM (Eastern US Time) Thursday, 10 February 2022, through 6:00 PM (Eastern US Time) on Sunday, 13 February 2022.

This conference is part of a Community of Practice in SIMIODE — Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities in Differential Equations. SIMIODE EXPO 2022 will offer a tapestry of broad mathematical and career coverage for all career levels in mathematics, as well as great opportunities for social interactions with colleagues from around the world. Each session will be followed by one hour breakout discussions on topics of interest to attendees. The conference is hosted by MathDept.org and uses the dynamically socially friendly SOCOCO platform which permits instant small conversations and informal discussion groups.

We will have keynote speakers, workshops and hands on sessions in modeling in differential equations and calculus, general presentations, career path discussions, writing information time, social issues presentations, SCUDEM sharing, MathBowl, an Escape Room, and much time set aside for friendly conversations and meet-ups through the informal conference platform in Breakout sessions. Sessions will be recorded and available for Registered Attendees after the conference. Slides and videos from last year's two-day SIMIODE EXPO 2021 are available to all.

Call for Presentations and Sessions

If you wish to give a talk or lead a session, see the detailed schedule and determine the area you wish to pursue. Send your details (session name, title, abstract, description, and intended audience) or queries to Brian Winkel, Director@simiode.org. Moderators for existing sessions are also welcome.

SIMIODE EXPO 2022 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

Registration costs remain $25US for students and $45US for non-students to a conference which is twice as long as last year's conference. Sessions will be recorded and available for registered attendees after the conference.

Registration takes two steps:

  1. Fill out the Registration Form, and
  2. Pay the Registration Fee ($45US regular, $25US students). Multiple registrations can be paid at once by listing each person's name in the Notes section of the payment checkout.

Registration closes 9 February 2022.

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Conference Schedule Overview

This year's SIMIODE EXPO 2022 is a four-day virtual online conference from 1:00 PM (Eastern US Time) Thursday, 10 February 2021 through 6:00 PM on Sunday, 13 February 2021. We will have four keynote speakers, many workshops and hands-on sessions on modeling in differential equations and calculus, career path discussions, writing information time, social issues presentations, SCUDEM sharing, a MathBowl, and an Escape Room activity. 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 one hour breaks for scheduled and informal conversations in small groups.

All times are Eastern US Time.

Day 1: 10 February 2022

  1. 1:00 PM–1:30 PM: Opening Ceremony and Greeting
  2. 1:30 PM–2:15 PM: Workshops and Modeling Experiences — simultaneous sessions
  3. 2:15 PM–3:15 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  4. 3:15 PM–4:00 PM: Keynote Speaker — Deborah Hughes Hallett, Mathematics and Public Policy, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ USA
  5. 4:00 PM–5:00 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  6. 5:00 PM–5:45 PM: Presentations on Role of Technology and Tools in Modeling — simultaneous 20 minute sessions
  7. 5:45 PM–7:00 PM: Free Time — Conference platform open for dinner conversations
  8. 7:00 PM–8:00 PM: Presentations on Modeling and Research — simultaneous 25 minute sessions
  9. 8:00 PM–9:30 PM: Student Poster Session
  10. 9:30 PM–until: Free Time — Conference platform open for informal conversation

Day 2: 11 February 2022

  1. 1:00 PM–1:15 PM: Opening Greeting
  2. 1:15 PM–2:15 PM: Workshops and Modeling Experiences — simultaneous sessions
  3. 2:15 PM–3:15 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  4. 3:15 PM–4:00 PM: Keynote Speakers — Amit Sahai, Christopher Haven, Trubee Davison, of the Prison Mathematics Project 
  5. 4:00 PM–4:45 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  6. 4:45 PM–5:45 PM: Presentations on Practical Things that Work in the Classroom — simultaneous 25 minute sessions
  7. 5:45 PM–7:00 PM: Free Time — Conference platform open for dinner conversations
  8. 7:00 PM–8:00 PM: Presentations on Social Issues — simultaneous 25 minute sessions
  9. 8:00 PM–9:00 PM: Student Poster Session
  10. 9:00 PM–10:00 PM: MathBowl
  11. 10:00 PM–until: Free Time — Conference platform open for informal conversation

Day 3: 12 February 2022

  1. 1:00 PM–1:15 PM: Opening Greeting
  2. 1:15 PM–2:00 PM: Keynote Speaker — Craig Bauer, Mathematics, York College of Pennsylvania, York PA USA, Editor Cryptologia
  3. 2:00 PM–3:00 PM: Presentations on Jumping into Modeling with Differential Equations — simultaneous 25 minute sessions
  4. 3:00 PM–4:00 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  5. 4:00 PM–5:00 PM: Presentations on Getting the Word Out about Modeling — simultaneous 25 minute sessions
  6. 5:00 PM–5:45 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  7. 5:45 PM–6:30 PM: Presentations on Creating, Modifying, or Using Modeling in a Differential Equations Course — simultaneous 20 minute sessions
  8. 6:30 PM–7:30 PM: Free Time — Conference platform open for dinner conversations
  9. 7:30 PM–8:30 PM: Student Poster Session
  10. 8:30 PM–10:00 PM: Escape Room — Socialize and work as a team to escape a secret room
  11. 10:00 PM–until: Free Time — Conference platform open for informal conversation

Day 4: 13 February 2022

  1. 1:00 PM–1:15 PM: Opening Greeting
  2. 1:15 PM–2:00 PM: Keynote Speaker — Diana Thomas, Mathematics, United States Military Academy, West Point NY USA
  3. 2:00 PM–3:00 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  4. 3:00 PM–3:45 PM: Presentations on Modeling in All Courses — simultaneous 20 minute sessions
  5. 3:45 PM–4:45 PM: Breakout Time — Join or form a conversation group
  6. 4:45 PM–5:30 PM: Presentations on Modeling Activities — simultaneous 20 minute sessions
  7. 5:30 PM–6:00 PM: Closing and Farewells
  8. 6:00 PM–11:00 PM: Free Time — Conference platform open for informal conversation
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Detailed Conference Schedule

See details at the SIMIODE EXPO 2022 Detailed Schedule page. As sessions are filled, details will be added there, including titles, speakers, and abstracts.

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EXPO 2022 Organizing Committee, in Appreciation

  1. Tova Brown, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee WI USA
  2. Vinodh Chellamuthy, Dixie State University, St. George UT USA
  3. Jennie D'Ambroise, SUNY Olde Westbury, Old Westbury NY USA
  4. Jennifer Garbett, Lenoir Rhyne University, Hickory NC USA
  5. Aditi Ghosh, Texas A&M University at Commerce, Commerce TX USA
  6. Yanping Ma, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles CA USA
  7. Arati Pati, University of St. Thomas, Houston TX USA
  8. Terrance Pendleton, Drake University, Des Moines IA USA
  9. Brian Winkel, SIMIODE, Cornwall NY USA
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