# UNC to Host Third Triangle Computational and Applied Mathematics Symposium

The Department of Mathematics is excited to announce that it will host the third Triangle Computational and Applied Mathematics Symposium (TriCAMS) from **October 26-27**. This annual event, which began in 2022 at NCSU, brings together a diverse and vibrant community of researchers, educators, and industry professionals from the Research Triangle and the surrounding southeast Atlantic region.

The keynote outside speaker for this year’s symposium will be **Mike Shelley** of New York University and the Flatiron Institute, whose groundbreaking research has applications in various areas of science and engineering. Alongside Shelley, there will be four plenary talks that highlight cutting-edge research from across the Triangle, as well as key contributions from Shelley and his colleagues at the Flatiron Institute.

TriCAMS will feature several opportunities for scholars of all levels to engage, with a Lightning Talk session and an accompanying poster session where graduate students and postdocs are especially encouraged to participate. Prizes will be awarded for the best poster presentations.

The symposium will focus on fostering collaboration and networking, emphasizing the integration of scholars across academia, government, and industry. The Research Triangle and surrounding regions are home to numerous institutions and companies that work in applied and computational mathematics, and TriCAMS aims to be a catalyst for future research, interdisciplinary collaboration, and outreach.

We invite all those involved in computational and applied mathematics, from faculty and researchers to students and industry professionals, to register at the TriCAMS website and either attend or contribute to this exciting event!