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Last year's Del Mar crowd, at the US Naval Academy.
The DelMar Numerics Day is organized every spring by the Mathematics
departments of the University of Delaware and the University of Maryland at
College Park. This year, DelMar Numerics gets to its fifth edition and
moves away from the bi-state area to George Mason University in Virginia.
Saturday May 14 is the day chosen for this year's event, showcasing
research in computational mathematics at large. Matthias Heinkenschloss
from Rice University will be the keynote speaker in DelMar Numerics Day
2016. For more information, see the conference site at
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