SIAM-IMA Student Chapter

University of Bath joint chapter of SIAM and IMA

Posts By: Dan Green

Chapter Website, Twitter and Email.

📥  Uncategorized

The chapter has had a refresh of website, twitter and email. We will continue to use the blog for longer news updates, but for information, and brief updates we will additionally use the website and twitter.

The Bath SIAM-IMA Student chapter website can be found at

go.bath.ac.uk/SIAM-IMA

This contains a concise and up to date information about the chapter, and will be the hub for information about the upcoming UKIE SIAM National Student Chapter Conference 2018 which we are privileged to be hosting in June 2018. More information about the conference will be available at

go.bath.ac.uk/SNSCC-2018

when available.

The chapter twitter account is https://twitter.com/SIAMBath

Finally, an easy way of contacting the committee is by email at SIAMBath@gmail.com

 

2017 Committee (By-)Election Results

📥  Elections

After a year on the Bath SIAM-IMA Student Chapter Committee, Adwaye and Anna decided to step down from their roles as Vice President and Media officers respectively. We thank them both for their valuable contributions to the committee, and hope they’ll continue to take part in the chapter’s events if not in an organisational role.

This resulted in a vacancy on the committee, and we held an election, inviting nominations for the roles of both Vice President, and additional committee members.

Amy Middleton stood for, and was elected to Vice President.
Malena Sabate-Landman was appointed to the committee,
Owen Pembery was also appointed to the committee.

As such the committee for the 2017/8 academic year is:

President: Francisco De Melo Virissimo (F.de.Melo.Virissimo@bath.ac.uk)
Vice President: Amy Middleton (A.L.L.Middleton@bath.ac.uk)
Secretary: Dan Green (D.L.H.Green@bath.ac.uk)
Treasurer: Benjamin Robinson (B.A.Robinson@bath.ac.uk)
Committee Member: Owen Pembery (O.R.Pembery@bath.ac.uk)
Committee Member: Malena Sabate-Landman (M.Sabate.Landman@bath.ac.uk)

Note the committee decided to remove the specific roles of Social Secretary and Media & Promotion, in favour of generic committee members, highlighting the flexibility of the committee member roles.