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The Department of Mathematics is pleased to announce, GAUSS, a new program in Computational Science Training for Undergraduates in Mathematical Sciences (CSUMS) funded by the National Science Foundation. GAUSS will highlight the exciting applications in Computer Vision and Image Sciences as motivations for the study of advanced mathematical theory in computation. GAUSS is a yearlong program, each student selected to participate will be paid $10,000 in stipend plus room and board in the summer. The participants will be required not to take any other part time employment during the GAUSS year.

The Goals:
Enhance computational aspects of education and training of undergraduates by emphasizing both mathematical theory and computational skills

Better prepare students to pursue careers and graduate study in fields that require integrated strengths in computation and the mathematical sciences

For more information, contact Dr. M. Shah or Dr. Xin Li


Academic Benefits:
+ Computational Mathematics
+ Full year guided course work
+ Exciting research activities
+ Publish research papers
+ Attend professional conferences
+ Prepared for graduate schools

Financial Support:
+ Up to 10K stipend
+ Summer room and board
+ Laptop computer

Apply now!
Please fill out this online application and submit it to us before November 30, 2010.