Friday, August 06, 2010

The Burgeoning Oxford Student Chapter of SIAM

Oxford's student chapter of SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) apparently has a larger number of members than all but 5 entire countries, and we're not that far behind Japan. Go us! [Based on an approximate calculation, but country #6 has maybe about 60% as many people as we do based on the estimate, so my global conclusion should be accurate.] We are estimated to have 213 members, but that overcounts by a decent bit because of people who have graduated who should be counted as UK members but no longer counted as Oxford members.

We're totally going to take over.

No comments: