Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (CU SIAM)

Coding Bootcamp class.
Coding Bootcamp class. Photo Credit: SIAM member

CU SIAM is Columbia’s chapter of an international community of over 13000 members and 500 institutions for industrial and applied math. The national SIAM organization exists to promote interaction between mathematics and other scientific and technological communities. On campus they are involved in a range of student fun activities, including Latex tutorials, peer advising, and company visits. This year they are organizing a five-session Coding Bootcamp focused on introducing local high school students to Python and mathematical modeling.


Outreach Events:

  • Volunteering at the National Math Festival
  • On-campus Coding Bootcamp funded by Google igniteCS.

Get Involved

Currently CU SIAM is looking for Columbia students willing to teach 30min-1 hour long sessions to high school participants as well as anyone who is interested in joining!

Email columbiau.siam@gmail.com and check out their website for more information.

Faculty can serve as advisers to the group. If interested email columbiau.siam@gmail.com.