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Fall 2017 meeting of the Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Manchester University


Printable Poster for this event: PDF

Preliminary schedule of meeting: PDF (As of 1 Mar)

Preliminary List of Abstracts: PDF (Coming Soon)

Tickets for Saturday Lunch are available during on-line registration, which is open through Saturday, Oct. 7. (See the Announcement page for information on by-mail pre-registration.) Subject to our cancellation policy, some lunch tickets may become available at the registration desk Saturday morning.

Lunch Menu: TBA

Call for Papers: Coming soon.
Web-based registration (via Coming soon. Early Registration due date is TBA. (Late registration also available on-site at the check-in table.)

Invited Talks

Emilie Purvine

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

"How can mathematicians help advance cyber security?"

Abstract: TBA

"Applications of topology for information fusion"

Abstract: TBA

Emilie Purvine is a mathematician and data scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
(PNNL) in Seattle, WA, where she has worked since 2011. Since 2012 she has been leading research and development projects to investigate the use of tools from discrete mathematics and topology to monitor large cyber networks. She continues to lead a team of researchers in the development of novel methods for network flow analysis, which are being implemented within real operational systems. In addition to her work on cyber security Emilie is focused broadly on the use of discrete mathematics and topology to understand real world systems. She has an ongoing focus on the power grid, information systems, sensor data integration, biological networks, and communication networks. Prior to her current position at PNNL she was a post-doctoral research associate at PNNL from 2011-2012. She earned a Ph.D. in pure mathematics from Rutgers University in 2011 and a B.S. also in mathematics from University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2006.


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