VAD Technologies & Texas Instruments (TI) support the 18th UAE Math Day Program at Zayed University
VAD Technologies, a Value Added Distributor of Information Technology Solutions, and Texas Instruments, the leader in Education Technologies, support the upcoming “18th UAE Math Day Program” at Zayed University in Dubai (UAE) on March 14, 2020.
The VAD Technologies Team will during the Math Day present Texas Instruments’ Calculators and Education Technology Solutions.
Texas Instruments is the #1 recommended brand of graphing calculator in the World.
The UAE Math Day was initiated in 2003 with the aim of providing a scientific forum where mathematicians from educational and research institutions in the UAE and GCC countries come together to discuss the latest research advances in the wide areas of mathematics and their applications. UAE Math Day provides a friendly environment where researchers from UAE institutions can meet, share ideas and establish cutting-edge collaborative research that contributes to the advancement of UAE academic institutions.
UAE Math Day has been hosted by the following institutions:
University of Sharjah (2003, 2006, 2009, 2017), American University of Sharjah (2004, 2012, 2019), UAE University (2005, 2013), Etisalat University (2007), Petroleum Institute (2008), Zayed University (2010), Ajman University of Science and Technology (2011), American University in Dubai (2014), Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi (2015), New York University Abu Dhabi (2016), and American University of Ras Al Khaimah (2018).
The UAE Math day in it 18th version will have the pleasure of introducing two keynotes speakers well known in their respective fields, Mr. David Salac from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in the University at Buffalo, USA and Nico Stollenwerk is the Principal Investigator of the Mathematical Biology group at the Center for Mathematics, Fundamental Applications and Operational Research, Lisbon University.
Register using the following link: https://epay.zu.ac.ae/edMath/index.aspx
8:00-9:00 Registration & Light Breakfast
9:00-9:20 Conference Opening
Welcome Speech/Opening Ceremony
9:20 -10:10 Keynote Talk I: Dr. David Salac
MODELING OF COMPLEX SOFT MATTER SYSTEMS SUCH AS LIPOSOMES
10:10 -10:30 Conference Group Photo & Coffee Break
10:30 -12:10 Parallel Sessions
12:10 -13:30 Lunch & Networking
13:30 – 14:20 Keynote Talk II: Dr. Nico Stollenwerk
Chaos and Noise in Population Biology, especially in application to multi-strain epidemiology of vector borne diseases
14:30 -15:30 Parallel Sessions
15:30 - 15:50 Coffee Break
15:50 -16:50 Parallel Sessions
More details about the “18th Math Day Program” can be found here: https://www.zu.ac.ae/mathday2020
Information about TI Education Technology Solutions are available here: https://education.ti.com/en
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13/9/2021 04:23:42 pm
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16/8/2022 08:59:29 pm
Nico Stollenwerk is the Principal Investigator of the Mathematical Biology group at the Center for Mathematics, Fundamental Applications and Operational Research, Lisbon University. I’m so thankful for your helpful post!
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